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At Canada Learning Code, we have a program for every stage in your learning journey. Dip your toes in by reading a blog post, or dive right in with a hands-on workshop!

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Browse our blog to find “I’ve been there” insights, workshop reviews, and inspiring learner stories!


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What’s Next?

Have you already attended a workshop? Here are a few ways to keep your learning journey going!

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Keep your new skills sharp by learning a new topic, taking a level two session, or polishing your workshop project at a meetup event!


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You don’t need to be an expert to nurture the spark of passion in another learner. Learn more about volunteer opportunities at your local Chapter!


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Learner & Mentor

I began the Ladies Learning Code Digital Skills course as a testing ground to see if coding was something I wanted to pursue. I was even lucky enough to receive a partial scholarship, which made participating more feasible as a recent grad. One part-time course can’t cover everything, but what I took away was more than just the basics of digital literacy. It was the confidence that this was a possible career path for me and a part of my future.  The comradery and collaborative atmosphere between the instructors, mentors, and other learners was incredibly encouraging.