Junior Python Developer

With PCAP - Certified Associate-Level Python Programmer Exam

Python Essentials

Gain industry certifications and enhance your resume by adding Python to your programming skills. This workshop will help you open the door to employment opportunities in Sarasota and Bradenton. Upon passing the industry certification, you can apply to earn three credit hours for the SCF Programming Concepts class. Gain the tools you need to program with Python in skill and confidence is the programming language that opens more doors than any other. With a solid knowledge of Python, a person can work in a multitude of jobs and a multitude of industries. The more they understand Python, the more they can do in the 21st Century.

This course includes 1 voucher to the take the PCAP – Certified Associate-Level Python Programmer exam. *Students enrolled in certain Associate in Science degrees or Career Certificates who pass the certification exam, may be eligible for three credit hours for SCF’s COP 2510 Programming Concepts course (for an additional fee). **This class (with test voucher) is offered at a discount for students currently enrolled in COP 2510.


Build New Skills

Programming Concepts​

Universal concepts and practice resolving implementation challenges.

Python Basics

Learn the syntax and semantics of the Python language

Run Python Programs

Install your runtime environment and write your own programs. Learn to use

Implementations and Libraries

Use the most important elements of the Python Standard Library.

Pass the Exam, Get an Industry Certification

PCAP - Certified Associate-level Python Programmer

This certification shows that the individual is familiar with universal computer programming concepts like data types, containers, functions, conditions, loops, as well as Python programming language syntax, semantics, and the runtime environment.

Becoming PCAP certified ensures that the individual is acquainted with the most essential means provided by Python 3 to enable her/him to start their own studies at an intermediate level and to continue their professional development.