The IACD delegates will learn the tools, techniques, and concepts needed to build a basic iOS app, from scratch in this full certificate program.
Find out how to program in Swift and utilise the iOS Software Development Kit (SDK) and Apple developer tools (Xcode, debugger, analyser and iOS Simulator) to create mobile apps which can be sold via the App Store.
In each course, you will work through a range of lessons and projects which will focus on Swift programming and teach you about various aspects of app development. These lessons will provide you with the practical, hands-on skills needed to embark on a career in app development.
In addition, a number of app development companies will share their experiences in building and developing apps so you can find out what it really takes to turn your brilliant idea into a functioning product.
iOS App Development Programme
On this program, you will learn;
- How to get started with app development and create your very first iOS app.
- How to utilise the Apple developer tools (Xcode, Instruments, debugger, analyser, and iOS Simulator) to build your app.
- How to implement a range of features using the Swift programming language.
- How to distinguish well-written code from poorly-written code and follow programming best practices in Swift.
- The process and steps required to get your app on the App Store.
The training is delivered through a Hybrid VILT (virtual instructor-led training) methodology. Hybrid VILT learning is a blend of self-paced and online training that incorporates virtual laboratories. Most of the theoretical material is covered in selfstudy, while practical laboratory environments are recreated using virtual instructor-led training (VILT). It provides delegates who have internet availability with the opportunity to study the SWIFT curriculum and obtain international certification from remote locations.
Our unique Hybrid VILT learning is ideal for any delegate wanting to obtain an internationally recognised app development qualification but who is unable to come through to a campus but requires facilitator-led training.