Java Script Training


Application Deadline

• March 28, 2021
• The course starts on March 30, 2021


• Tuesday – Thursday – Saturday from 16:30 – 19:30 • 9 hours per week* 3 times per week* in a total of 60 hours

An object-oriented programming language commonly used to create interactive effects within web browsers.

About the course

This course is designed in such a way that the students will be exposed to the fundamentals of JavaScript first, and then move on to modern JavaScript (ES6), Node and Git.


As of today JavaScript is one of the most popular programming languages. According to resources, JavaScript is used by 95.2% of all the websites. This can also be backed up by the fact that JavaScript is the most discussed topic in Stack Overflow. That being said, JavaScript is one of the most sought after skills in the market.

JavaScript is a programming language that you have the most direct exposure and experience with — even if you don’t realize it. JavaScript is executed in the browser, so anyone who has surfed the web has used it. Even having a basic understanding of JavaScript will help you in everyday life as a casual internet user.

Learning JavaScript in 2021 is an excellent choice for new developers considering the high demand for developers and a multitude of frameworks to choose from, some of which are backed up by big Silicon Valley players such as Facebook, Google, etc.

Who is this course for?

This course is aimed at individuals that are seeking to improve their programming skills with JavaScript. The typical candidate is passionate about technology and programming and is willing to explore new subjects.

Expected learning outcomes

Upon course completion, students will be able to:

• Thoroughly understand JavaScript

• Understand HTML, CSS and manipulate the DOM using Vanilla JS

• Understand modern JavaScript (ES6) features

• Use basic UNIX file traversal and manipulation commands

• Use Node for running JavaScript code

• Use NPM for package management

• Use Git as a version control tool

Training content and timing

The planned curriculum for this course is as follows.

1. Introduction

a. Course Outline and What This Course Will Cover

2. Setting Up the IDE

a. Installing Visual Basic and Necessary Plugins

3. JavaScript on the Browser

a.  HTML & CSS

i. Introduction

ii. Fundamentals

iii. Including JavaScript

b. Using Developer Tools

c. JavaScript

i.  Introduction

ii. Fundamentals

iii. Variables

iv. Conditionals

v. Functions

vi. Scope

vii. Arrays

viii. Objects

xi. Loops

x. Understanding the DOM

xi. DOM Manipulation

xii. Events

xiii. Error Handling

4. Modern JavaScript

a. Let and Const

b. Template Literals

c. Object & Array Destructuring

d. Object Literal

e. Spread Operator

f. Rest Operator

g. Computed Property Names

h. Arrow Functions

i. Array Functions

j. Includes

k. Modules

l. Import and Export

m. Classes

n. Promises

o. Async & Await

5. Command line basics

a. Directory Traversal

b. Listing directory Contents

c. Creating Files & Folders

d. Copying and Moving Files & Folders

e. Removing Files & Folders

6.Node and NPM

a. Introduction to Node

b. Exploring the NPM

c.Initialising an NPM Project


a. Introduction to Git

b. Basic Git Commands

c. Initialising a Git Project

d. Techniques for Team Collaboration

Course prerequisites

• HTML & CSS basics

Certification / Completion

Minimum criteria:

1. Course attendance – 80%.

2. Final Project/Exam - 20%

Entor Arifi | Instructor

Entor Arifi is a software engineer and tech enthusiast experienced in working with different languages and technologies. Entor has a passion for programming, algorithms, microservices and containerization. He is also very resourceful working with UNIX, databases and networking. Entor has been working on projects for international clients and specializes in API design and Full Stack development.