I've been working for the same company for years and paid the same salary since I started.
It's why I always made excuses when it comes to going out with friends or any talks about holidays!
It's affecting my relationship, I feel miserable all the time and can't stop complaining about my job and what happened at work.
I desperately want to change my job, I hate everything about it, but it's all I've ever known how to do.
like the smartest person, is it something you could teach me or point me in the
You've mentioned to me before about getting into tech- how easy is it? is it something I can really do? I don't feel right direction?
I just feel that if I don't make a change now, I won't ever get out of this rut and that scares me.
You feel stuck in a job that makes you question your value
No matter how hard you work you're always overlooked for promotion
Your relationship might be suffering because of the crazy hours you already work
You feel unappreciated, overworked and overlooked and you're tired of feeling like this
You want to provide more for yourself or your family, but never seem to get there
Embracing every Monday morning because you love what you do.
Happy you're finally growing your savings balance- no more hand to mouth living each month
Full of confidence because what you do is highly valued and appreciated
Full of excitement because there is a clear progression of growth with an increasing pay-pack
Enjoying a proper work-life balance, being able to afford decent holidays or shopping sprees
I explained to my friend that as a contractor I make £600+ a day and I know lots of people who make even more than that.
But these things are more easily explained when you see it for yourself, so here I showed him some job adverts including contractor roles, so he saw how much these jobs are paying.
You would of course need to work your way up, by building the required experience etc, and that I can help you with.
Can you imagine yourself being qualified in the future for these pay packs? let's get to work!
No, it won't be too advanced for you at all- in fact, the courses you'll be doing are designed especially for people just like you, all you need to bring is an enthusiasm to learn. You must be committed to putting in the time.
The course is broken down into small chunks, so you are only going to focus on one piece at a time.
When you look at all you have to learn, it can feel overwhelming, but you have to remember why you are doing this in the first place, the change you are about to make in your life, that will be your daily motivator.
All software installations used in the course are open-source, so you will not pay for them. What you do need is a computer or laptop.
To be successful on this course you will need at least 1 hour for at least 5 days a week and be able to commit no less than 6 months to learning.
There are weekly workshops usually at 6PM GMT which is also designed to help your learning and requires commitment from you.
Yes you can work out a learning time plan around your work, this course is designed to fit around your work with workshops planned after work for that reason.
Over 95% of students learning on CODEHANCE still have their day job and then transition into developer roles afterwards.
Every Mon and Thur 6PM GMT we host a workshop over zoom, this is a hands-on workshop where students get to try out in a group the same subjects they were learning on their own.
We work on side hustle ideas, learning about tips about succeeding in tech. Interviews, fix bugs some students are experiencing, and hear about how things are going for those who have started their new roles.
It really varies on how much time you have available to dedicate to your learning. We have had students land their first role after 4 months and some after 6 months.
But on average students start putting up their new tech. CV on job sites in the 3rd month into their learning.
We look at the tech. job market and all you need to know to be in demand, then you have a roadmap to help you learn all you need, without missing out on any vital skills.
We all have ideas, here you will learn how to take an idea and create a prototype, this is the first stage and often the point where ideas die, let’s change that!
To begin your journey into owning your own digital projects, we start with the basics, learning all the tools required to put together amazing websites.
Python is a programming language in high demand, used to build web/mobile apps, we will learn all the basics of python for a beginner.
We will learn how to package our code into "containers" ready for deployment. At the end of this course you will be able to package and deoply your own code.
Besides learning programming languages, you will learn about tools to help you in your day to day work as a developer.
"I am now a lead dev and I owe that success to what Kingsley Ijomah taught me. He is an excellent mentor, such an honour to have been guided by him in my career journey.
Kingsley also makes it a personal goal to see his mentees earning in the IT field from what they learn."
Kingsley has taught me how to write quality code. He challenged my conventional ways of reading a programming book from cover to cover and taught me to learn smartly instead.
Learning to code has completely transformed my life and I recommend it to anyone currently thinking about it, go for it!
I knew nothing about coding. Kingsley convinced me to take it one day at a time. I dared myself to believe. I am so excited about starting a new Job as a junior developer!
In the mean time I have used my new coding skill to build my very own online dog training business.
Kingsley is very passionate about teaching, his style of teaching is very unique, I am very grateful to have discovered his courses, this is a life changing skill.
Even if you have never coded before, his courses explain things so simply and clearly you will not feel overwhelmed at all. I recommend his courses 100%
I never imagined myself in a million years working in tech. when it came that I needed to learn coding using Python I joined codehance.
Kingsley has a very clear way of explaining things and his courses uses real world examples which I really like. If you are serious about making a transformation I recommend codehance courses.
With no IT background and within 6 months, Kingsley taught how to create web apps. This has changed my life and allowed me to have a very well paid full-time job as a software engineer.
This is actually possible to go from not having any experience to getting paid very well all in a short period of time.
I started learning to code with Kingsley whilst I was working full-time, I did not like my job and wanted a change, now I am a software contractor, learning to code is by far the best investment I ever made.
This is something I now tell all my friends, invest in this skill and it will change your life for good.
I have been writing code for over 15 years and my journey in this profession has been a life changer in many ways. My passion is to pass on what I have learnt in all this time to help fast track your learning experience.
As a child with a disability (Polio) I wanted something I could do as a career and I thought "maybe computer programming?" and gosh did I hit the jackpot, it gave me the freedom I was looking for, the financial freedom I thought was impossible.
When I started coding Python (Django) Framework it was my eureka momement! I can build things 10x faster I can take an idea from conception to LIVE in a snap of a finger, the Python community are super helpful, so now my focus is building lasting financial indepence with my skillset.
If you are ready to embark on this journey, to transform your future earning potential then you have come to the right place. I will work with you 100% to ensure you don't quit.
I look forward to catching up with you within the course, book a time with me to find out what the process is and the commitments involved.