Why should I learn Python?
Whether you're looking to land a job or automate your workflows to save time, learning Python can help.
Dive into the essentials of Python with step-by-step guidance while creating a practical application. You’ll be able to show off your new skills by building a functional, interactive program.
What will you learn?
This is for you if you're...
A complete beginner
Aspiring programmers looking to master the foundations that will get you hired.
A data analyst
Become more efficient at processing, analyzing, and visualizing data.
A productivity fan
Want to save hours of manual work? Learn Python - you'll get to automate your boring tasks.
Module 1 - Week 1
Introduction to Python and programming
Gain an understanding of what programming is, why you should learn Python, and how to set up your Python programming environment.
Module 2 - Week 1
Getting and handling data
Data is at the foundation of any program. Learn how to interact with users, manage data in Python with variables, data types, and complex data structures such as lists and dictionaries.
Module 3 - Week 2
Logic is like water that gives life to your data. Understand how to control the flow of your programs with "if" statements and "for" loops, and learn how pseudocode can make writing real code easier.
Module 4 - Week 2
Making code scalable
When working in teams in particular, programs need to be well structured. Learn how to handle errors in Python with try-except blocks, structure your code with functions, and improve code organisation and reusability using modules.
Module 5 - Week 3
Working with libraries and external data
One thing that makes Python special is its huge ecosystem of libraries. Explore how to leverage these libraries, learn about APIs and RSS feeds, and use the Feedparser library to read RSS feeds.
Module 6 - Week 4
APIs and your portfolio program
Let’s demonstrate your new skills! Apply everything you’ve learned to build a Random Joke Machine program. Understand how to handle potential issues and brainstorm ways to improve your program further.
Module 6 - Week 6
Earn premium perks
Graduate and get surprise gifts!
Originally from the UK, Daniel has been living in Japan for the past 20 years working in programming, web development, and community management. He has taught computing to thousands of people, from workshops and corporate training to community college and local seniors. Having worked at DuckDuckGo, W3C, and Opera Software, he’s now an independent developer building and teaching about AI-powered tools. He’s a member of the Python Software Foundation and in his spare time runs Japan Daily News, and AI-generated podcast.
Land a high-paying job
Every person I sent my portfolio to was amazed.
That was my first time finishing a whole portfolio.
One fantastic thing that stood out for me was the practical aspect of the course. This course isn't like any other course where they churn out information without practicals or real-life applications.
I love that we worked on real-life projects and compiled our work into a portfolio. Plus the teamwork with my group members, the reviews, and group discussions.
I recommend this a million times to any professional who want to develop new tech skills. EntryLevel is beyond a training company, for me it is a reliable mentor. The program is facilitated by seasoned world class professionals who worked in reputable companies.