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5 Reasons to Consider an Online Bootcamp

The internet, through tutorial videos and blogs, has become an important learning tool for a lot of desirous talents across the world. Bootcamps have also been developed to become formidable alternative platforms for structured learning and acquisition of in-demand skills.

The first Tech Bootcamp was organized in 2011.In 2020, according to Career Karma, there were already over 44,000 bootcamp graduates in the United States, a 30.32% increase from a report the previous year. This alone highlights the massive shift in online learning.

Interestingly, over the years bootcamps have evolved into learning channels that could be hosted online like every other E-learning course or program, offering short-term intense training sessions at lesser costs.

Here are five important reasons to consider an Online bootcamp regardless of time constraints.

  • You don’t need to change your location: Unlike traditional colleges or even bootcamps, you don’t need to commute to a new location to get involved in online bootcamps as you can learn from the comfort of your home and most times at your own pace just with an access to the internet. However, in this regard, it is up to you to stay disciplined and on track with your goals and learning objectives.

  • There is no need to quit your job or studies: Online bootcamps offer you convenience and flexibility in a way that you can decide when to engage in bootcamp activities depending on your schedule since there are mostly no defined learning hours. So, whether you are a student with a very busy schedule or you are juggling for more than one job, you can choose a time that works for you and stick to it.

  • Skills are beginning to matter more than Schools: Many employers are now beginning to care more about the skills and experience individuals are bringing to the table than where or how the skill was gotten. A report by Flexjobs asserts that proving to big tech companies that you can get the job done is enough to land you the job even without a degree. In fact, nearly half of Apple, US employees are people without four-year college degrees. Online Bootcamps should prepare you well enough to be able to meet the demands of prospective employers

  • Shorter Time Frame: Online bootcamps unlike regular college degrees don’t require years of learning. They are short-term programs that most times stretch for a period of about 9 to 12 weeks. Although regular colleges expose you to a whole lot more, bootcamps focus on the fundamentals that will help you start your career.

  • Greater Access to Larger Community: Online Bootcamps avail you of a large network of people with similar interests. This will help you stay updated with trends and happenings in the industry as well as give you the benefit of gaining from others' experiences and creating connections that could help you in the future.

Attending an online bootcamp is a great way to get your UX design journey started for its flexibility and the myriads of opportunities it avails you of. You can Join our three-month virtual bootcamp with expert instructors, mindset coaching from design veterans across the tech industry and gain connection to versatile employers that seek your talent. Kindly click here to join our Fall Bootcamp Waitlist.

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