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The Jump

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The Jump is a family-run school that offers part-time coding bootcamps including a 30-week full-stack web development bootcamp, a 24-week front-end web development bootcamp, and a 17.5-week JavaScript developer bootcamp. The school is based in London, England, and all the training is taught live by experienced professional developers, via Zoom.

Throughout the bootcamps, students will gain a full understanding of the client-server model and learn programming languages (and associated frameworks) such as HTML, CSS (Materialize, Zurb Foundation, SCSS, Bootstrap), JavaScript (React, Express, Node.js), SQL/NoSQL, and Bash (Server & Database usage in full-stack course only). The bootcamps are designed to help students with little or no coding skills to become professional web developers with advanced coding skills. They will be taught methodologies and best-practices such that by the end they will be able to comfortably create their own web-based applications to industry standard. Students are taught by experienced instructors who are also current industry professionals, who can guide and support students through up-to-date and commercially relevant material. The Jump was founded by two brothers who each have more than 10 years of experience in web development and recruitment. Their mission is to help more people make the jump and learn to code by: removing the need to quit your job to train; providing close learning support throughout the bootcamp; ensuring they are using current industry professionals to teach up-to-date and commercially relevant content.

The part-time schedule of the bootcamps allows students to continue their full-time jobs, in addition to maintaining their lives while learning advanced coding skills. By allowing students to maintain their earning capacity, The Jump aims to remove the financial pressure to compress the bootcamp into a shorter time-frame.

The Jump gets its students ready for the job market by focusing on the most relevant technologies, languages, and frameworks; rewriting their CV's; providing interview practice; helping them build and curate their portfolio of projects and helping them understand how to source roles. Once students graduate, they will have access to the alumni network benefits. These benefits include access to opportunities and a referral program that allows graduates to earn back course fees and more. 

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  • Front-End Developer Bootcamp | Full-Time (Live Online)

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    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost£6,750
    Class size15
    LocationLondon, Online
    This 9-week, intensive, Full-Time Front-End Bootcamp is the Full-Stack Bootcamp minus the portion which relates to servers, databases, building your own API’s and DevOps. We also provide career-change support for those looking to start their developer careers. This bootcamp would be suitable for you if you wanted to focus on client-side development. You'll learn the most commercially valuable tech, including React, from an experienced instructor, in a friendly and supportive environment. Cohort sizes are capped at 15 and you can attend the live and interactive training sessions remotely from anywhere via Zoom.
    Financing
    Deposit£2,250 deposit
    Financing
    We are partnered with 2 specialist education finance providers - Lendwise and Knoma.

    Knoma can offer interest free loans repayable over the course of a year (Approximate monthly cost to you: £562.50).

    Lendwise can offer loans that are repayable over 4 years (Approximate monthly cost to you: £150). Lendwise require you to pay a deposit
    Tuition PlansIf you are funding it directly, the Deposit is payable prior to the bootcamp start date, with the remaining amount split into 2 equal instalments of £2,250 at the beginning of weeks 4 and 9 of the bootcamp.
    Refund / GuaranteeAlumni have access to a referral programme which gives them the opportunity to earn back course fees.
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelBasic computer literacy - can create, open and save files. Solid English language skills.
    Prep WorkWe provide you with pre-bootcamp materials and exercises to get you up to speed with the fundamentals prior to starting.
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewYes
  • Front-End Developer Bootcamp | Part-Time (Live Online)

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    REST, React.js, Mobile, JavaScript, HTML, GitHub, Git, Front End, Data Structures, CSS, Algorithms
    OnlinePart Time6 Hours/week24 Weeks
    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost£6,750
    Class size15
    LocationOnline, London
    This 24-week, Part-Time, Front-End Bootcamp is the Full-Stack Bootcamp minus the portion which relates to servers, databases, building your own API’s and DevOps. It enables you to train to a professional standard without you having to quit your job and lose your income. The training sessions run two evenings a week from 18:30 to 21:30 (either Monday and Wednesday or Tuesday and Thursday) with around 9 hours of homework / project work per week. Support is available throughout the bootcamp to assist you when you need it. You'll cover exactly the same content as the full-time Front-End Bootcamp, but over a longer period of time. We also provide career-change support for those looking to start their developer careers. This bootcamp would be suitable for you if you wanted to focus on client-side development. You'll learn the most commercially valuable tech, including React, from an experienced instructor, in a friendly and supportive environment. Cohort sizes are capped at 15 and you can attend the live and interactive training sessions remotely from anywhere via Zoom.
    Financing
    Deposit£1,000
    Financing
    We are partnered with 2 specialist education finance providers - Lendwise and Knoma.

    Knoma can offer interest free loans repayable over the course of a year (Approximate monthly cost to you: £562.50).

    Lendwise can offer loans that are repayable over 4 years (Approximate monthly cost to you: £150). Lendwise require you to pay a deposit
    Tuition PlansIf you are funding it directly, the Deposit is payable prior to the bootcamp start date, with the remaining amount split into 5 equal instalments of £1,150 at the beginning of weeks 3, 8, 13, 18 and 23 of the bootcamp.
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelBasic computer literacy. Solid English language skills.
    Prep WorkNone - this course is suitable for those with little or no coding skills and is designed to provide all the training you need to become a professional web developer
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewYes
  • Full-Stack Developer Bootcamp | Full-Time (Live Online)

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    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost£7,500
    Class size15
    LocationOnline, London
    Whether you want to start your career as a software developer, upskill for work, or bring your entrepreneurial ideas to life, our 12-week, full-time, full-stack bootcamps will take you from little or no coding experience to being able to develop and deploy software to a professional standard. You'll join a cohort which will be a maximum of 15 students so that we can give you the one-to-one support you'll need to flourish. You’ll have a dedicated instructor with over 15 years of experience as a software developer, as well as significant instructor experience. They will use this to equip you with an in-depth understanding of the languages, tools, systems and best-practices you'll need to build software to a professional standard. They're also really easy to get on with and will support you at every stage of your journey. We’ll focus you on what is most commercially valuable for you - e.g. JavaScript rather than Ruby (because there are 4-6 times more jobs for JavaScript Developers than Ruby Developers), and we'll use your finite bootcamp learning time to get you you really good at one language (JavaScript) rather than splitting your time over two languages. You can attend the live and interactive training sessions remotely from anywhere via Zoom. This is an intensive bootcamp and you will need to work hard to get the most value out of this experience. We’ll be with you every step of the way and will work just as hard as you will to get you to a professional standard.
    Financing
    Deposit£2500
    Financing
    We are partnered with 2 specialist education finance providers - Lendwise and Knoma.

    Knoma can offer interest free loans repayable over the course of a year (Approximate monthly cost to you: £625).

    Lendwise can offer loans that are repayable over 4 years (Approximate monthly cost to you: £170). Lendwise require you to pay a deposit of £750
    Tuition PlansIf you are funding it directly, the Deposit is payable prior to the bootcamp start date, with the remaining amount split into 2 equal instalments of £2,500 at weeks 4 and 9 of the bootcamp.
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelBasic computer literacy. Solid English language skills.
    Prep WorkWe provide you with pre-bootcamp materials and exercises to get you up to speed with the fundamentals prior to starting.
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewYes
  • Full-Stack Developer Bootcamp | Part-Time (Live Online)

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    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost£7,500
    Class size15
    LocationLondon, Online
    This is a 30-week part-time programme to train to a professional standard without you having to quit your job and lose your income. You'll cover exactly the same content as the full-time programme, but over a longer period of time, enabling you to start your career as a software developer, apply your new skills in your existing work, or bring your entrepreneurial ideas to life. The training sessions run two evenings a week from 18:30 to 21:30 (either Monday and Wednesday or Tuesday and Thursday) with around 9 hours of homework / project work per week. Support is available throughout the bootcamp to assist you when you need it. Class sizes are capped at 15 students. Your instructor will have over 15 years of experience as a software developer as well as significant instructor experience. You can attend the live and interactive training sessions remotely from anywhere via Zoom. We’ll focus you on what is most commercially valuable for you - e.g. JavaScript rather than Ruby (because there are 4-6 times more jobs for JavaScript Developers than Ruby Developers), and we'll use your finite bootcamp learning time to get you you really good at one language (JavaScript) rather than reducing how proficient you are by adding in another language on top like Python or Ruby. You'll learn how to build and style user interfaces with HTML and CSS. We'll tech you how to programme using JavaScript to: create the internal logic of your application; create interactive and dynamic user interfaces; connect to external sources of data using API's; create more performant Single Page Applications with React; test your software; utilise and configure servers, administer databases (SQL & NoSQL), control access rights and connect to 3rd party services like Twitter or Zapier. Finally, we'll introduce you to DevOps, so you can deploy your code, optimally, anywhere.
    Financing
    Deposit£750 deposit
    Financing
    We are partnered with 2 specialist education finance providers - Lendwise and Knoma.

    Knoma can offer interest free loans repayable over the course of a year (Approximate monthly cost to you: £625).

    Lendwise can offer loans that are repayable over 4 years (Approximate monthly cost to you: £170). Lendwise require you to pay a deposit of £750
    Tuition PlansIf you are funding it directly, the Deposit is payable prior to the bootcamp start date, with the remaining amount split into 6 equal instalments of £1,125 paid every 5 weeks starting from week 3 of the bootcamp
    Refund / GuaranteeAlumni have access to a referral programme which gives them a chance to earn back course fees.
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelBasic computer literacy: Can create, open and save files. Solid English language skills.
    Prep WorkNone - this course is suitable for those with little or no coding skills and is designed to provide all the training you need to become a professional web developer
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewYes
  • Part-time JavaScript Developer Bootcamp

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    Start Date Rolling Start Date
    Cost£4,999
    Class size15
    LocationLondon, Online
    Learn to code professionally without having to quit your job and lose your income to train, and make the jump to: - Your new career as a software developer - The next level of your current career - Building software to bring your ideas to life Our 17.5-week, part-time (evening) programme of in-depth software-engineering training and optional career change support will cover everything you need to be able to develop and deploy enterprise-grade software to a professional standard. We'll also support you to transition to a new career if that's your objective. How the bootcamp is delivered: - Our bootcamps are all taught live via Zoom so you can learn from anywhere - Our instructors all have 15+ years of experience as Full-Stack developers, a number of years of experience as instructors and are all practicing industry professionals, so you're learning from professionals, not amateurs who've just graduated or who only have a few years of experience. - Training sessions take place two evenings per week (Mon & Wed or Tue & Thur) 18:30 - 21:30 with approximately 9 hours of homework per week and ongoing support available throughout the week when you need it. - Build a portfolio of 8 projects throughout the bootcamp which will essential if you want to transition as well as being key to embedding your learning. What you'll learn: 1. How the constituent parts of the internet & websites work - e.g Back-end (Servers, Databases, 3rd Party Services), Front end/Client/Browser, Transport & APIs (e.g. HTTP and RESTful services) 2. The programming languages and libraries to control some of those constituent parts - e.g. JavaScript (inc. NodeJS & React), SQL/NoSQL, Shell, GraphQL, JSON and YAML 3. The tools & systems to create, edit, debug, test, deploy & host your code - e.g. Developer Tools (debugging); Text editor (e.g. VSCode ); GIT (Version Control); The environments into which you set your code live, e.g. Linux Administration, Bash/Command Line usage/tools, GitHub/GitLab. 4. Industry standards and best practice for writing software - e.g.MVC, MVVM, MV* (separating data, business logic and the data required to show the interface); Design Patterns - ways to solve architectural problems; Paradigms (General ways of efficiently coding, particularly when modelling real-life situations) - Object-oriented & Functional programming For more details, visit our website and download our syllabus and arrange a chat with our friendly team.
    Financing
    Deposit£1,000 deposit
    Financing
    We are partnered with 2 specialist education finance providers - Lendwise and Knoma.

    Knoma can offer interest free loans repayable over the course of a year (Approximate monthly cost to you: £416.50).

    Lendwise can offer loans that are repayable over 4 years (Approximate monthly cost to you: £107). Lendwise require you to pay a deposit of £750
    Tuition PlansStudents can pay the remainder of the fee in 3 instalments of £1,333 at the beginning of weeks 3, 8 and 13 by Direct Debit.
    Refund / GuaranteeAlumni have access to a referral programme which gives them the opportunity to earn back course fees.
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelBasic computer literacy - creating, opening and saving files. A working knowledge of HTML and CSS.
    Prep WorkNone - our bootcamps are designed to enable students with little or no coding skills to become professional web developers with advanced coding skills.
    Placement TestNo
    InterviewYes
  • Freddie Horne  User Photo
    Freddie Horne • Software Engineer • Graduate • Verified via LinkedIn
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    The Jump is a fantastic school that from day 1 had my best interest in mind. They are a family run business and my particular cohort was small and intimate which made for a great learning experience. The full time course is very full on and is a lot to take in but our instructor Russell was always there to help with anything. I could always jump on a quick call when I was stuck.
    The highlight for me was the hackathon which seemed daunting at first but we all came away from it having learnt a lot and really enjoyed it. I highly recommend this course!
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    Grazell • Student • Verified via LinkedIn
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    I’ll start by saying that I would 100% recommend The Jump to anyone who wants to get into web development. Regardless of your tech knowledge, or the lack thereof, as long as you’re willing to put the work in and is enthusiastic to learn, then The Jump has your back for everything else.

    As someone who is changing career from a non-tech background, you can imagine how scary it is to take the leap and make that big decision. From the get-go, Rob and James made it feel so accessible and you immediately get the essence that you are joining a family. One main element that I’m sure resonates with everyone whose been through The Jump is that we are treated as individuals rather than just a statistic.

    In addition to that, the content of the course is top-notch! They really took the time to create in-depth lesson materials that contains best practices and up-to-date information on technologies that are in-demand today. The tutor, Russell, was very dedicated and treated us not only as eager learners but also as professionals. His deep knowledge and contagious enthusiasm for everything techy makes the lessons engaging and really prompts you to want to know more.

    Importantly, it was just really fun. I always looked forward to my Tuesday and Thursday nights to agonise over new information from Russell. Don’t get me wrong, it’s definitely not easy and it highly requires your efforts; but as long as you’re willing to learn, the difficult parts of it becomes a welcomed challenge. There is always someone available to give guidance when you need it.

    So, what happens after? Thankfully, your relationship with The Jump doesn’t end when the lessons end. That’s probably one of the most important aspects of this course too. They are dedicated to help you through the application process for you to get that very important first job! I definitely needed lots of help in that area and talking to Rob, James, Katie and Russell eased my worries. From CVs, to job hunting process, to interview preps, to just general motivational push, they were very supportive through it all. 

    Within 2 weeks of firing out applications, I landed my first role as a Junior Full-Stack Engineer. It took less than a year for me to completely change career and I honestly can’t imagine being able to do that successfully, within that timeframe, without The Jump. 

    And as a bonus, their Socials are a great way to meet the people that you mainly see in squares on zoom and others that are in the same position as you! Plus, you MIGHT get to see Russell’s small phone in person! (You’ll have to join to know😉).

    So if you want to get into coding, join The Jump! it’s worth every penny.

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    I initially found The Jump through a recommendation and had scheduled my first call with Rob. Rob was great to talk to, he told me about the course, all the different options and what to expect. I could tell he was really passionate and truly wanted to help those who looking to make a move into the coding industry. Compared to other schools, I really liked how small the classes were and that they taught Javascript; which is a lot more useful in terms of finding a job.

    I opted for the Full-stack developer full-time course. As this was a full-time course, it was quite intensive in how much we learnt each day but the material and our teacher Russell made it easy to keep up. I always felt that if I didn't quite understand something, there was plenty of support from our teacher.

    After completing my course, there was a lot of support from the team in applying for jobs and providing plenty of advice. This was really beneficial as it didn't feel like you were left behind once the course was over. I have just managed to secure a job after a few weeks after the course has ended.

    Overall, I would definitely recommend The Jump! Everyone in the team, Rob, James, Katie & Russell, are really passionate in helping you become the best you can be and are just such nice people. They will guide you along the way and do their upmost best to help you on this journey.
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    Beth Clifford • Graduate Verified via GitHub
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    The Jump really offers a next level, in-depth course, which I just couldn't seem to find anywhere else. 
    The teaching by Russell was fantastic. Everything was explained so clearly and there was never a question he wasn't able to answer and he was always able to explain the reasoning behind something. He was also always available throughout the week for help with any difficulties that had cropped up from the homework or whilst reviewing a lesson.
    What's so great about The Jump is that you can tell that literally everyone involved is really passionate about creating a really high quality course. I always felt like I mattered as an individual and not just as a number or statistic to brag about. 
    I've come away from the course feeling like I'm ready to get a job as a developer (which I have!), which I'm not sure a lot of courses can offer. 
    Also, the fact I could study alongside my full time job was great and meant I didn't have to lose out on income whilst learning. 
    Would 100% recommend for anyone wanting to really get into coding seriously.
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    Faith Tejada • Junior Software Engineer • Graduate Verified via GitHub
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    Changing careers is hard enough, but this coding school was just what I needed. The Jump are top tier quality, teaching you what is in demand in the job market and doing so with unparalleled support and humanity, which at the end of the day (especially during a pandemic), makes all the difference. Even though this school is continuing to flourish and expand, as a student you will not feel like a number. Not only are class sizes moderately small, but these guys are kind, down to earth, brilliant (of course) and genuinely care about how you do if you are willing to put the effort in. They provide the space and resources for you to learn at your own pace, while regularly checking in with you through the programme and job search and seeing how they can help. 

    There were many times where I was struggling during the course, and I cannot emphasise enough how that support was always there. I am incredibly grateful for my instructor, Russell, for his patience and always putting in the extra 1to1’s in the calendar to help get me there. Apart from being a wiz in his technical craft, he is an excellent instructor that puts the effort into reframing concepts and making them more digestible, all the while adding in humour and the much needed hope at times.

    After about of month of applying to jobs I have already accepted an offer. Once again, The Jump was there to help during that time (from interview prep to debriefs and encouragement) and offer advice where needed. No doubt is this family run company, a special group of individuals. I would wholeheartedly recommend The Jump to anyone. 

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    Joshua Campden • Graduate Verified via GitHub
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    The single most important thing that puts The Jump above other coding bootcamps is the fact that the owners, Rob and James, care so much about each individual student. It's clear from day one that it's their mission for you to succeed in whatever it is you choose to do after completing The Jump.

    Secondly, the caliber of teaching provided by The Jump is astounding. I was taught by Russell who is not only a brilliant guy but also one of the most knowledgeable and experienced developers I've ever met. He's extremely dedicated to teaching and his passion really comes across during lessons.

    As for the course itself, the tech stack taught is exactly what the technology market is looking for, with myself being taught React.js for handling the front end and Express.js for the back. Both techniques are hugely popular at the moment with more and more web applications transitioning to them every day.

    All in I'd have to say if you want to upskill or totally make the change to the tech industry (you don't need any prior coding experience for The Jump) then go for it! I have secured a job in the tech industry within a month of applying for positions, so the skills they teach are clearly in demand!
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    Andy Beable • Junior Frontend Developer Verified via GitHub
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    I decided to enrol with The Jump after much searching for a course that I could do alongside my current job. From the very first call I had with Rob and James, I had knew I had made the right decision to choose them as it was obvious there was a genuine passion to help and determination to see you succeed which remained throughout.

    In terms of the course itself, as to be expected, the learning curve is steep. However James provided fantastic support and was on hand if needed. The content covered is up to date and focuses on frameworks that are current and highly sought after in the industry, which was a huge bonus. 

    Perhaps most impressive about the course however is the level of support that is available on completion. From my own experience, despite graduating over a year ago, I was able to ask advice in preparation for an interview. Both Rob and James were on hand at short notice and continue to provide support if needed. From the research I did in to other bootcamps, it is this attitude which stood out to me the most. By joining The Jump you don't simply become a number, but the staff take the time to get to know you and are genuinely invested in your future.

    I've no doubt that the skills/knowledge I gained during the course were instrumental in securing a role as a Developer and I can't thank the team enough for that. 
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    Tobias Casey • Front End Web Developer • Graduate • Verified via LinkedIn
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    While all aspects of the Jumps program are top tier, the human aspect and level of support will succeed any other boot camp out there. Beyond teaching up-to-date, in-demand skills with strong day-to-day support, the guys are approachable, hard-working, and put every effort in to get you to succeed in your goals. 
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    Cath Levett • Designer and developer • Graduate Verified via GitHub
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    I joined The Jump after doing a lot of research (and self-learning). When I say a lot, I mean a lot! I spoke with several 'big name' bootcamps, and was really surprised that in one case, they were unable to show me recent student projects, and in another that they didn't teach Javascript.

    After finding the Jump and speaking to the team, it was really clear that after 30 weeks studying on the part-time curriculum, I could graduate with an in-depth knowledge of web development and a wide-ranging portfolio of showcase projects. Not one big final project, or four smaller pieces, I counted 16 on my site as we wrapped up. All built during the course. I would never have produced these projects, either the quality or volume had I continued self learning for a few hours here and there. 

    It was also clear that this is a people focused family business. It genuinely feels like your success, learning and development is the priority for the team.

    The part time aspect was a total win for me. It meant I didn't have to leave a job I really enjoy (but was looking to expand on), and the best part, by having two instructor led sessions a week, plus homework and projects, there was the time and the repetition for all the knowledge we were soaking up to really embed before moving on to other concepts and aspects of development.

    The curriculum is up to date with industry standards, and is incredibly in depth – you will learn A LOT. The lessons are well structured and documented. As other students have mentioned, James is a deeply knowledgeable instructor who brings years of experience as a commercial developer and teacher to the classroom.

    TLDR – If you are curious, driven and want to build projects to kick-off or change-up your career, I'd recommend The Jump without hesitation. You will learn the 'why' as well as the 'how'. You will get out what you put in. For 30 weeks, I put everything I had into this process and I could not be happier with the outcome.
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    Suzanna Hurst • Graduate • Verified via LinkedIn
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    I was first taught by James at General Assembly, and when I heard that he had opened his own school, it was enough of a push to make me sign up and actually commit to something I’d been um-ing and ah-ing over for ages. 

    The Jump is very much a family affair - its run by a group of people who happen to be an actual family, but once you’re in, you’re basically part of the family too. Not only do they take you on this mammoth rollercoaster ride of programming but they also look after you and treat each person as an individual. They are always there to answer questions, technical or career related.

    If you are looking for somewhere that will meet you in your efforts, The Jump won’t disappoint! You have to put the work in, you have to do the homework, to do the swotting up, try to really immerse yourself in the world that you’re about to have your eyes opened to. Basically you get what you give with coding, and if you’re willing to go the extra mile, The Jump will support you every step of the way.

    The effort, precision and care that James puts into his lessons is just brilliant. Particularly in terms of the out-of-lesson help, which is so crucial when you are in your early stages. His instructions are clear and direct, both in person and in written form too.

    I did the course whilst also working pretty much the equivalent of full time in freelance roles. I tried to study for the equivalent of at least one full day a week, but when there were bits I didn’t understand, I’d do more than that so that I could make the most out of the next lesson. 

    I won’t lie - the course is difficult! For me It felt like a huge jump when you start working with servers, but having knowledge of the full stack means that you can pretty much do anything, which is very inspiring. 

    I work in theatre and have already incorporated software made with the help of James and The Jump into a performance project, which was my ultimate goal when doing the course! 

    So yes I can recommend The Jump with my head and my heart. They are a great school and they’ll push you to be a brilliant coder.
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    Ciaran • Graduate • Verified via LinkedIn
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    I joined the Jump with a little knowledge of web technologies and an eagerness to learn. After looking at different schools & programs, I decided upon The Jump because of the syllabus which was relevant and up to date with industry standards, which I checked with friends already working in the web development sphere. 
     
    In an industry where the technology evolves faster than any potential curriculum could keep up, it is important to have a tutor who follows the latest developments and is willing to experiment with and teach this knowledge to his class. The tutor James really makes you engage with the learning process and tailors his support to your experience level/needs. He delivers his lessons in great detail, encouraging engagement with code-alongs and asking and answering complex questions. He also teaches with a sense of humor and compassion, which really helped when we had to move to remote learning at the beginning of the pandemic earlier this year.
     
    Towards the end of the course, the team really push you to get ready a portfolio of work to demonstrate everything you have learned, across the entire tech-stack. And after you finish, Robert is at hand to help you with career support, and advise you for interviews and CV preparation. Robert is very approachable and friendly and knowledgeable about the ins and outs of the job market. 
     
    I left The Jump with deep knowledge, understanding, and passion for skills that help me build solid web applications, and which will serve me well in the future job market.
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    I joined the jump with the goal of learning the skills required to build my own apps, as I have experience marketing websites. Since graduating not only have I built what I wanted to, but I'm now building tools, chrome extensions and more. I'm so pleased with the curriculum, format and team and would recommend the full stack course for both beginners and people who have done a few online courses but are looking to bring it all together.

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