Build simple and responsive websites.

The Undergraduate Certificate was developed in response to community and industry need as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic with the intention to help reskill people in the most in-demand areas!



Course Overview


Ever wanted to learn how to build websites or maybe you're just curious about coding? You could enter the tech sector as a Junior Software Developer or Programmer - one of the most in-demand ICT roles right now. 

In just 24 weeks part-time, you’ll gain a Higher Education Undergraduate Certificate in Programming and the foundation skills needed to build simple and responsive websites and applications using Python - one of the most popular programming languages, globally.

Right now, there are also LIMITED spots available for CSP funding - which means you could have part or all of your course fees covered by the Australian Government. See more in the 'Details' section below. 



  • With no prior knowledge of coding or programming. 
  • Looking to kick-start their career in tech. 
  • Wanting to learn the foundations of programming. 
  • Looking to reskill in an area adjacent to their current industry. 


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Government-Funded Places Available

Limited places for domestic students. Have part or all of your course fees covered!  

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100% Online - Virtual Evening Classes

Reskill from home every Tuesday 7-9 pm AEDT over 24 weeks. 

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We're the only Australian owned coding bootcamp to consistently make Course Report's Top 54 Bootcamps in the world!

Course Content


Gain the foundation skills needed to build simple and responsive websites and applications with our industry-ready training. Learn to create a responsive webpage in HTML, use advanced CSS to format the page and incorporate interactivity using web scripting libraries. You will also dive into Python - one of the most popular programming languages globally - to design and implement algorithms for web and application development.

Subjects covered in this course:

Introduction To Web

Learn to build simple and responsive web pages using HTML - including creating a basic page content structure, using CSS for formatting and incorporating basic interactivity using web scripting libraries.

Foundation Programming

Learn to understand and apply programming concepts using Python- such as basic variables, constants and functions to build small programs. 

Programming 1

Gain essential skills needed to step into a career as a coder, programmer or software designer. Learn techniques for designing and implementing algorithms using Python as well as how to debug and test them.

Information Systems

Gain fundamental knowledge of how computers, networking and the internet work. Develop problem-solving capabilities, interpersonal communication and analytical skills to create an information system for clients.


What is an Undergraduate Certificate?

The Undergraduate Certificate is a higher education qualification, formally recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF).

The qualification was developed in response to community and industry need as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic with the intention to help reskill people in the most in-demand areas - which include programming and data.

Undergraduate certificates are accredited by the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA).

The Undergraduate Certificate is a higher education qualification of six months duration covered by an existing higher education qualification at AQF levels 5, 6, or 7. Course content is to be drawn from an existing higher education qualification, to ensure students have the option to transition to the AQF level 5, 6, or 7 qualification on completion of the Undergraduate Certificate.

This means that students who successfully complete an Undergraduate Certificate with Coder Academy will be eligible to transition to a Bachelor of IT once they graduate. We offer two Bachelor of IT programs through our Academy of Information Technology (AIT) courses – the Bachelor of IT (Games Programming) and the Bachelor of IT (Mobile Applications Development). Students can also gain credit towards our Web Development Bootcamp (Diploma of IT).

For more information visit: https://www.aqf.edu.au/faqs#under

What is CSP funding and am I eligible?

Under the Australian Government’s Graduate Job Ready package, LIMITED Commonwealth Supported Places (CSP) are available for this course which means that your tuition fees may be subsidised. 

If you are able to secure CSP, the Australian Government will subsidise $6,625 of your tuition fees reducing your student contribution to $3,365.

The student contribution amount can be deferred to HECS-HELP if this is your preferred and approved method of tuition fee payment.

More details regarding HECS-HELP tuition loans are available at studyassist.gov.au



To be eligible for a CSP, you must be one of the following:

  • An Australian citizen; or
  • A permanent visa holder who will be living in Australia for the duration of your course; or
  • A New Zealand Special Category visa (SCV) holder or permanent humanitarian visa holder who meets the residency requirements.

To apply for a CSP, please follow the instructions in the enrolment process.

What payment options are available?

Payment options include:

  • CSP Funding - Government Supported Places
  • Up-front payments
  • Ezidebit Monthly Payments

Speak to a course adviser if you have any questions about payment options - we're here to help!

* HECS-HELP only for CSP students who wish to use this payment option to cover the gap. 

More Government Loan Scheme Information and Schedule of Fees

Education and Student Services Policies

Please click here to refer to the Academy of Information Technology Student Services Policies on withdrawals, cancellations, refunds and FEE-HELP re-credit.


Who teaches this course?
The education team at Coder Academy includes a wealth of industry experience: former game developers who transitioned to the more lucrative web development market; freelance professionals still active in the industry; even a former Silicone Valley CTO. 
This diverse group is unified by a shared goal - helping to shape the future of the web development industry, one junior developer at a time. Through their strong ties to industry, our educators keep their fingers on the pulse of the tech community, and they are passionate about sharing that knowledge to help upskill the next generation of developers.  
What technologies will I learn?

Within 6 months, you’ll learn how to code simple websites, applications and programs using Python - currently the most in-demand programming language on the planet! *

Python is an elegant, readable, practical language that can be used in almost every application thanks to its open-source licence and prolific community of contributors. It is a powerful high-level language that was made with the core philosophical goal that, “There should be one - and preferably only one - obvious way” of performing a given task. This, combined with its simple, English-like syntax makes it easy to learn and a joy to work with.

It’s also a multi-paradigm programming language that can be used to perform almost any task, and concepts and techniques are transferable to other popular languages like Ruby, JavaScript, C# or C++. The great thing about this is that you’ll graduate as an adaptable programmer and adaptability means more job opportunities!

Some examples of companies that have Python as part of their tech stack include Instagram, Spotify, Uber, Netflix, Pinterest, and Google.

Other tech taught includes HTML, CSS and JavaScript.


*Source: TechRepublic 

What qualification will I receive?

Successful completion of assessments, coursework and sufficient attendance will lead to a nationally recognised Undergraduate Certificate in Programming.

Academy of Information Technology (RTO: 90511, Registered Higher Education Provider: PRV12005).

Are there pathways available into other courses?

Upon successful completion of the Undergraduate Certificate in Programming, students can pathway into the Bachelor of IT (Games Programming) or Bachelor of IT (Mobile Applications Development) with the Academy of Information Technology.


What life skills will I learn?

Technical skills aren't the only important factor when starting your programming career.

Coder Academy’s industry partners emphasise the importance of life skills. 

Our curriculum not only includes the technical knowledge you'll need for a career in tech but life skills, such as collaboration and communication.

Before You Start

Entry Requirements

All candidates must show:

  • Completion of Year 12 or equivalent; OR
  • Certificate IV, VET Diploma or Higher Education Diploma (completion); OR
  • Completion of one year of full-time study in a degree course at a higher education provider; OR
  • Admission via non-academic criteria may include demonstrated interest or experience in relevant fields of work. Students may be asked to demonstrate this through a short written piece, interview and/or portfolio.

Applicants are advised to begin this process well in advance of the intended start date to allow adequate time for the processing of documentation. Please contact Coder Academy’s Admissions Office at +61 2 8355 3822 or email studentservices@coderacademy.edu.au


What Our Coder Graduates Say About Us

"I wanted a career in Web Development and through my research, I discovered that a bootcamp would provide me with the quickest and most successful path into the tech industry. My experience with Coder Academy so far has been intense, challenging but absolutely worthwhile."

Chinonso John Nkpolukwu
Coder Academy Student

"Doing a bootcamp has been very hard but so rewarding. The amount of growth I have experienced in these few months has been mind-blowing. I’m extremely motivated to find my first role and can’t wait to see what lies ahead for me on my career change journey!"

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