C++ is one of the powerful object-oriented programming languages in the world. Its is widely used since it was introduced and used to code basic applications to high-end applications. C++ Programming course for beginners covers the basics of programming using C++, programming constructs, methods, features of C++ language, data types, program structures, functions, object-oriented programming with C++, memory management in C++ and others.
Target Audience – Learners who are familiar with the basics concepts of programming and interested in learning C++ programming.
Prerequisite – Basic understanding of computing and programming is preferred. Learners are required to bring their own laptops with them when they come for the course.
Duration – 24 hours
Course Fee – £750
More Information – This course can be organised as groups or individual. Expert trainers are available to train your employees at your workplace or online using virtual platforms on request.
C++ Introduction to programming with C++
C++ Understanding the building blocks of C++
C++ IDEs and Tools for C++
C++ Use of variables and constants
C++ Primitive data types
C++ User defined data types
C++ Flow of Control
C++ Use of arrays
C++ Understanding references and pointers
C++ Functions and function overloading
C++ Introduction to Object Oriented Programming with C++
C++ Memory management in C++
Completion of the course will give learners the confidence to start programming with C++ and be knowledgeable with the concepts and features of C++ programming.
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IT and Computer Science Tuition for University Students – We are a team of professional tuition providers who are having excellent academic and industry level expertise in the field of Computer Science, Software Development and ICT. Our tutors provide immense support and guidance for computer science related subjects, guide through your assignments, course works and projects. We ensure all students are supported professionally and friendly making sure they engage in the lesson and make maximum out of the time spent with the tutor.
- NQF Level – Entry and Level 1, 2
- Undergraduate – NQF Level 3-6
- Masters – NQF 7
- PhD/DPhil – NQF Level 8
- Professional Courses
- IT / Programming Certifications
Subject Areas Covered
- Programming – Java, C#, VB.NET, C/C++, Python, HTML5, Java Script, SQL
- Extreme programming practices, TDD, BDD, User story writing
- Continuous Integration and Testing Tools
- Object Oriented Programming
- Software Engineering
- Database Management Systems
- Data Modelling Techniques
- Object Oriented Modelling with UML
- Information Systems
- IT Project Management
- Enterprise Software Engineering
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GCSE and GCE AL Computer Science
Tuition for GCE AL Computer Science & IT
The General Certificate of Education (GCE) Advanced Level, or A Level, is a secondary school leaving qualification in the United Kingdom, offered as a main qualification in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland, as an alternative qualification in Scotland, and as an international school qualification worldwide. We provide tuition for GCE AL Computer Science & IT including AS Level.
The General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) is an academic qualification, generally taken in a number of subjects by pupils in secondary education in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The GCSE was introduced as a replacement for the former O-Level (GCE Ordinary Level) and CSE (Certificate of Secondary Education) qualifications.
We provide tuition for GCSE Computer Science & IT.
This includes tutoring for over 20 subjects in the areas related to computer science for GCSE and GCE A Level Computer Science.
- Computer Science
- Information and Communication Technology
- Digital Communication and Technology.
- Java, Python, C#, C, C++, VB.NET, HTML
- Databases and SQL
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Functional elements of ICT in the subject content
Functional elements of ICT are embedded in the subject content of this specification – see references to ‘FE’ throughout Section 3. 53% of GCSE assessment is allocated to the Functional Elements in ICT.
The completeness of the subject content
Throughout the subject content the learning objectives are specified. These will not change during the lifespan of the specification. Examples are used to indicate the total range of items that should be taught. The indicative examples will be reviewed annually to accommodate emerging technologies and an update published in the specification on the AQA Website in September of each year. Any changes will be side barred and the version number of the specification will change. There is no intention for the assessment to go beyond the items listed other than in exceptional circumstances, for example where the speed of the introduction of a ubiquitous new technology outstrips the speed at which the specification can be updated.
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