During the 4-month program, classes are held in a live, instructor-led format with hands-on activities. Each cohort is limited to 12 students that attend classes Monday through Friday, 8:30am-4:30pm. At the end of the course, students prepare a final project to present to their peers, instructors, and prospective employers.
Upon completion of the program, Full Stack Web Developer provides comprehensive assistance with the job search. Students benefit from in-depth resume and interview training and on-site job fairs every three months. The Centriq placement team works with their employer network to source entry-level positions for their graduates. Over 1000 different companies in Kansas City have hired Full Stack Web Developer grads.
Centriq’s Boot Camp program is eligible for private loan funding by Sallie Mae. In addition, Centriq’s program is eligible for funding from multiple other sources, such as WIOA, Voc Rehab, Trade Act and it is also eligible for Post 9/11 G.I. Bill finding.
Recent Centriq Training Reviews: Rating 3.33
The Application/Web Developer (or Coding) training is based primarily on Microsoft’s enterprise .NET C# (Visual Studio) development platform which is utilized by a vast majority of Kansas City employers. However, just as the technology workplace is integrating and utilizing more and newer open source coding tools, students are also exposed to the newest technologies. Students enrolled in the program will receive all necessary courseware, a laptop computer (which the student keeps), supplemental study materials, supplemental seminars and workshops, placement assistance and other student services and access to post-graduation continuing education events.
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I used my GI Bill to complete the .NET coding side of Centriq and it was the best experience of my life. It's WELL worth the time and money, it's an investment in your future.
I am working my dream job and I have been here for a year and a half. Without Centriq, I would still be killing my back as a landscaper and making nothing.
I went to Centriq to take a test. I was forced to leave my valuables (phone, wallet, etc.) in an unlocked drawer. When I objected, I was told that the door to the room will be locked. After taking my test when I came out, the door was wide open, and there was no receptionist nearby. They used to have lockable lockers, but apparently that is too much of a hassle for them now. Leave your valuables at home. Only take two forms of ID with you. The test environment was fine. Except that in a big room, they seated me right next to someone who was also taking another test rather than separating us. I thought that was not cool since I kept getting distracted by the other test taker (and he probably got distracted by me).