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Willis College’s 70-week Software Developer – Mobile Applications Program teaches you the skills required to become a software developer and join this lucrative market. These skills apply to mobile software development and traditional desktop/server software development.
While multi-year programs compartmentalize subjects and go into great depths, this program trims content to progressively focus on the essential principles and tools for an entry-level software developer position. These principles are taught through practical examples, repeated in various scenarios, and used to give students a comparative view from which they learn insight and intuition – critical for the never-ending learning in software development.
You can become a Mobile Software Developer and start your dream career in a booming industry in just 70 weeks! Our hands-on program includes an exciting Co-Op, so you’ll graduate with the most up-to-date industry knowledge and relevant work experience.
Throughout your Software Developer – Mobile Applications Program, you’ll learn how to:
At Willis College, we care about our students, and we have 150+ years of experience training them for their careers! We’re happy to provide our students with the following benefits of studying with us:
Total Program Length is 70 weeks
53 instructional weeks, 12 weeks practicum placement
Up to 5 weeks of breaks
Successful graduates of this program may pursue a variety of interesting positions, including:
Note: Some career and education options may require advanced degrees, further training, or experience.
Average Wage ($/hr) – $38.46
High Wage ($/hr) – $57.69
National Occupation Classification (NOC) for this program: 2174
Source: noc.esdc.gc.ca & www.jobbank.ca
Minimum Grade 12 (Secondary School Diploma) or GED equivalence
Willis College Entrance Assessment. If you are a Mature Student (over 18 years of age), you can gain admittance by writing a free entrance assessment. Note: students with foreign credentials, regardless of whether their documents have been translated/compared or not, should be tested to establish literacy in the English language.
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“When I first started at Willis I was a shy, self-conscious girl… but Willis changed all that! My time at Willis was knowledgeable, fun and most importantly self-rewarding. The PSW program was amazing. I learned so much. All of the staff are absolutely awesome; they looked at you as a person and not just a number filling up a seat.” Rachel Goyer Personal Support Worker