Computer programming and coding are fast becoming popular industries, more and more students are choosing to study computer science at university, TAFE and other private education institutions.

With the continued advancement of technology, it's no wonder web developers, coders and programmers are in high demand in the employment sector.

In this article, we're going to find out how you can connect with the best programming tutors in Brisbane, and find out how to choose the right programming course for you.

We'll take a look at the computing course options that are available in Brisbane and see what the benefits of each are depending on what you are looking for. Australia also has plenty of other fabulous cities, why not consider studying in Perth?

Brisbane is a sunny and vibrant city, it's a great place to choose to study and work! Given that a number of programming jobs allow you to work from home; you could live close by to beautiful coastlines, and all that Queensland has to offer.

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Coding lessons in Brisbane and how to find a tutor
Find the perfect programming tutor in Brisbane to support your learning! (Source: Tourism Queensland)

What is Programming and Coding?

Firstly, if you're a beginner in coding and programming and have only recently become interested in finding out what it actually involves, then let's quickly go over what is and how it works. Programming and coding refer to the processes required in order to build, design and create software.

Computer software and coding are used to provide computers with "directions", or tasks to perform. Code refers to the computer languages we provide to computers with the information they need to complete tasks.

An example of coding and software that we might not associate with our every day is mobile Apps, web browsers and the websites we visit. We wouldn't be able to use this technology if it wasn't for coding!

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Benjamin
$55
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1st lesson free!
Chintan
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Chintan
$40
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1st lesson free!
Rajat
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5 (42 reviews)
Rajat
$40
/h
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1st lesson free!
Adi teja
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Adi teja
$45
/h
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1st lesson free!
Jay
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Jay
$40
/h
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1st lesson free!
Shubhangi
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5 (11 reviews)
Shubhangi
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Parvaneh
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Parvaneh
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Coding For Beginners

Now that we've quickly gone over what coding entails let's discuss how to find coding lessons for beginners. If you're new to programming then investing a few lessons before deciding on a university, TAFE or boot camp course is a great way to get a grasp on the basics.

Working With a Programming Tutor

Having a specific time to study with a programming tutor, and investing some of your time into a regular weekly lesson could be a great way to solidify the learning you do in class. Working with a tutor will allow you to commit to a schedule and keep you motivated to study in a fun way.

Coding is beginning to be taught at more primary and high schools across Australia as the STEM job sector continues to grow. If you have a child at primary or high school, organising some programming lessons with a tutor could be a great way to encourage and support their digital literacy learning.

New to coding? Invest in some programming lessons
If you're new to coding learn how to find the perfect tutor and beginner programming lessons in Brisbane (Source: Big Think)

Programming for Primary and High School Students 

Primary School

If your younger child is interested in animation and creative technologies, there are few fun Apps for your kids to try at home if they are interested in learning about code and how to use it. Scratch is a popular App that is being used as a learning tool in classrooms, the App allows kids to practise code by using a "block-based" computer language to create animations and other projects.

Arranging programming lessons for your child could take their interest to the next level, allowing them to choose technology and science-based subjects when they reach high school. Check out our Brisbane tutors profiles and browse through reviews to see which tutors are specialising in kids beginner lessons.

Your child's programming tutor may also be able to provide you and your child with additional at home learning resources so they can practise their new skills in between their lessons!

High School

As a senior QCE high school student, you may already be investigating what you are interested in studying, or what kind of employment would suit you after you finish your studies. If you are doing subjects such as; information and communication technology, physics, chemistry, maths methods, specialist maths, then choosing to study computing at university could be a good choice.

Working with a tutor during your final two years of high school will help you prepare for when you take on a university workload. Having a tutor to support you and provide you with detailed feedback will enhance your skills and help you to have a positive learning experience!

There is also the option of enrolling your child in a coding holiday program, this is great way to get them to use their problem solving and critical thinking skills in a fun and engaging way! 

University Students 

You not be a beginner coder, and are already studying at university, it can be difficult to keep up with the strain of a university workload and fit in time to study if you are also working part-time. Group classes are a good option if you are looking for more affordable lessons, check out which tutors here at Superprof are offering group sessions here in Brisbane! There's also the option to keep in mind other Australian cities, learn more about programming in Adelaide here.

Looking For a Career Change?

You could already be working full time in an industry closely related to computer science and have some coding skills. It can be beneficial for your professional skill set to invest some time into some lessons which will help you work towards enrolling in a bachelor or masters degree later on.

Lessons with a tutor can be a good way to start coding and use software, as you can commit to one class a week and balance your work and study life. Your tutor may also be able to give you some advice on where to further your studies if you are looking to change careers and move across to the computer science sector. 

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Consider computer programming as your next career move (Source: Medium)

Coding and Computer Science Courses in Brisbane

There are a few different options for you to keep in mind when you are making a decision about what type of programming and coding course you are interested in. Remember to take into consideration factors such as;

  • Budget: How much do you want to spend?
  • Availability: When do I have time to study?
  • Current Level: What level course do I need?
  • Delivery Style: What type of learning best suits me?

Think about these factors when you choosing a programming or coding course, it will help you figure out whether choose a; short course, boot camp, diploma, undergraduate or postgraduate study. With these questions in mind let's take a look at some of the courses available in Brisbane.

TAFE Queensland 

  • Diploma of Software Development
  • Certified Full Stack Developer Course

The University of Queensland

  • Bachelor of Computer Science
  • Master of Computer Science

Griffith University

  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) and Computer Science
  • Master of Information Technology

Coder Academy Brisbane 

  • Undergraduate Short Courses
  • Code, Cloud and Cyber Security Bootcamps
  • Web Development Bootcamps

There are some great university computer science degrees offered in Brisbane for you to apply for if you are looking to start studying after high school, or wanting a career change. Jump onto the websites of the universities listed above to access course outlines and prerequisites. Learn more about other university degrees you can do in Australia here.

However, if you are someone who is looking to become qualified to work in programming in a short space of time then the short courses and boot camps offered at Coder Academy are a good choice! An accredited education provider, they offer a variety of courses that can run for up to 24 weeks, with shorter options available.

Employment Outcomes

Lastly, let's talk about what types of jobs you can apply for once you've gained your qualifications and completed your coding and programming studies. Choosing to work in Information Technology is an exciting career path. You'll have plenty of room for professional development as you'll be keeping up with the latest softwares and programs.

Some may think that the world of computer science and technology doesn't allow for any creativity, however being able to understand different softwares and programs will allow you to design and develop websites and mobile App interfaces.

Explore different coding job opportunities
As a coder, there are many collaborative and creative jobs for you to pursue (Source: Ubiqum Code Academy)

Take a look at some of the job opportunities you can have with programming qualifications;

  • Full Stack Web Developer
  • Computer Programmer
  • Software Engineer
  • Database Analyst
  • Mobile App Developer
  • Business Intelligence Analyst
  • IT Support

It's clear that there are a variety of different professional avenues you can explore with experience and qualifications in programming. There is also plenty of opportunities for you to work collaboratively with other program designers and make long-lasting and meaningful relationships.

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Sophie

A lover of learning, Sophie is currently studying a masters and working part-time in Melbourne.