Course Description

Certified Java Associate

For those who have little or no programming experience at all, the Pitman Certified Java Associate course is a great starting point. This highly engaging course will teach you all of the basics and how to use and interpret Java programming language.

With this course you’ll gain an insight into the significance of object-oriented programming, the keywords and constructs of Java programming language. What’s more, you’ll learn how to create simple Java technology programs using a step by step approach.

Upon completion, you will receive a Pitman Training Course Completion certificate* and you’ll have a solid platform with which to continue your training and get a job where your skills are highly sought after by employers.

The Pitman Java Course also covers all the requirements to pass the Oracle Java Associate exam: 1Z0-850.

Training ProviderPitman Training Centre (Dublin)
Course LocationDublin City South, Dublin
Location PostcodeDublin 2
Course CategoryJava, Information Technology
Course TypeBlended Learning - Mix of Classroom & Online
Course QualificationCPD
Course Duration30 hours
Course FeePOA
Carear PathThis course will set you on the path to a rewarding IT programming career. With this certification on your CV you can confidently apply for roles such as Oracle Database Developer, Database Adminstrator, Java Developer.
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Pitman Training Centre (Dublin)

2nd Floor 3 Westland Square, Pearse Street, Dublin, Republic of Ireland. Eircode: D02 N567

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2nd Floor 3 Westland Square
Pearse Street, Dublin
Republic of Ireland
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