Enrol for the IACD’s App Development Programme with SWIFT

According to latest research, mobile skills are now the most in-demand for businesses looking to hire in the IT industry. Mobile roles now account for 28% of all IT related adverts, making it one of the  most popular job type in the industry. Mobile app developers are expected to have know-how in app development across the main platforms, experience coding with mobile frameworks including Xcode and familiarity with mobile and web development languages and mobile app frameworks. Build an exciting career in App Development with our App Development
Programme in SWIFT

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Who is our programme for?

Students and graduates
If you have just finished your undergraduate studies but you are looking to specialise yourself as an App Development in SWIFT, the IACD’s certificate in App Development is your opportunity! Through our Virtual Instructor Lead Training (VILT) methodology,  you are expected to start applying your skills from day one and get ready to jump to the job market with a brand new set of skills that are in high demand all over the world.

 

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Why should you learn App Development in SWIFT?

1. Swift is the premiere language for building iOS apps, and it’s here to stay!
Apple released Swift in October of 2014. Since then, it’s become one of the most popular programming languages in the world. Swift is ranked 12th on the TIOBE Index, and has already supplanted Apple’s original development language, Objective-C!

 

2. Swift developers are in demand, globally 1,500,000+ jobs have been created around app design and development since the launch of the App Store in 2008 and the desmans continues to grow.

3. A career as an iOS Developer is an existing one and pays well.
Apple designed it with education in mind. Apple is known for beautiful design, and the Swift language is no exception. Apple’s Engineers designed Swift to be powerful enough for professional developers, while still being easy to pick up and according to Glassdoor, the national average starting salary for an iOS Developer exceeds many others.