Front-End Web Development Course: Toronto
More than half of all jobs in the top income quartile show significant demand for coding skills.
Boost Your Professional Value With Versatile Skills
Gain critical web development literacy to stand out in tech-driven fields like design, marketing, product development, and more. Discover how to build interactive, responsive websites and assemble a coding toolkit you can apply immediately on the job.
Tap Into a Valuable Professional Network
Form real connections that can change the course of your career. Meet practitioners and peers who can help you succeed through our global alumni network. Graduate with an industry-recognized GA certificate, and join an exclusive community.
Let Your Employer Foot the Bill
More than 45% of our part-time students receive tuition reimbursement from their companies — you could, too. We can send you an employer sponsorship package to show your manager the advantages of learning with GA.
Choose a Format Designed for Your Busy Life
Join this 10-week, evening front-end web development course online or at one of our campuses around the globe. Or, take part from the comfort of home — wherever you’re based — via our Remote classroom.
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Start Building Dynamic, Responsive Websites
Get a Head Start With Self-Paced Prep Lessons
Once you enrol, we equip you with online, self-paced preparatory lessons to set you up for success. Dive into essential web development concepts to gain a common vocabulary and start collaborating with classmates on day one.
Real-World Portfolio Projects
Apply your coding skills to a real project — build a dynamic website of your choice, such as a design portfolio, data visualization, or game. Combine technical and design skills to create a responsive website that’s compatible with modern browsers and devices.
Individualized Instructor Support
Get guidance, feedback, and more from expert web developers who are dedicated to supporting your learning and career goals. Instructors are on hand in class and during office hours to offer real-time support and help you turn ideas into action.
Global Network of 70K+ Alumni
Create connections with peers that last well beyond your time in the classroom. As part of the GA alumni community, you’ll gain access to networking events and workshops to keep evolving your career for years to come.
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Danielle Pascarella, GA NYC
“I knew nothing about web development and I had no idea where to begin. My teacher was able to break down a concept that was completely foreign to me so that I could understand it easily. He also really helped me a ton with my final project, which was building a prototype for invibed.com. Best of all, the part-time program was flexible enough to fit in with my busy work schedule."
These front-end development veterans bring in-depth experience from the field to the classroom each day, providing invaluable insights into succeeding on the job.
GA instructors are committed to providing personalized feedback and support to help you gain confidence with key concepts and tools.
“Every student brings a lot of knowledge and skills to the classroom. One of my goals is to help you recognize what you already know and connect it to what we’re trying to do. One of the most important skills I teach is how to troubleshoot and find answers to your questions so you can continue to learn and grow as a developer long after your time in my classroom.”
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Flexible Financing Options
Save $250 when you pay in full upfront.
*Applicable tax included
Canada-Ontario Jobs Grant Program
Employers and employees can apply for up to $10,000 of government support for upskilling.
Funding approval subject to eligibility.
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Are you a newcomer to Canada with Permanent Resident or Protected Persons refugee status? You can apply for a loan with Windmill Microlending to help cover the cost of tuition, hardware, software, and living expenses while taking a GA program.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Why are front-end web development skills relevant today?
Literacy in web development basics is in demand across a range of industries, including design, marketing, and product development. According to a recent Burning Glass report, “Our analysis of 26 million U.S. online job postings showed that jobs that required coding skills not only paid more, but also were growing more rapidly than the job market itself.” These opportunities aren’t limited to those with formal computer science training — employers want skills, not degrees.
Master the technical vocabulary you need to communicate confidently with web developers and technical stakeholders, and start applying your new skill set on the job immediately.
What are the professional backgrounds of front-end web development students?
This course is popular among mid-career professionals in tech-adjacent roles who are looking to gain new skills to grow in their current jobs. Common roles include UX and UI designers, print and graphic designers, digital marketers, content producers, product managers and product designers.
Ultimately, this program attracts a community of eager learners who are interested in building technical literacy, communicating better with developers, and taking their practice to the next level.
What does my tuition cover?
Here are just some of the benefits you can expect as a GA student:
The technical vocabulary needed to communicate confidently with technical teams.
39 hours of expert instruction from a professional developer, plus many more spent tackling homework, honing projects, and getting technical support in office hours.
Robust coursework, including expert-vetted lesson decks, project toolkits, and more. Refresh and refine your knowledge throughout your professional journey as needed.
A real-world project where you’ll build an interactive, responsive website from scratch.
Individual feedback and guidance from instructors and TAs. Stay motivated and make the most of your experience with the help of GA’s dedicated team.
Exclusive access to alumni discounts, networking events, and career workshops.
A GA course certificate to showcase your new skill set on LinkedIn.
Connections with a professional network of instructors and peers that lasts well beyond the course. The global GA community can help you navigate and succeed in the field.
Will I earn a certificate?
Yes! Upon passing this course, you will receive a signed certificate of completion. Thousands of GA alumni use their course certificate to demonstrate skills to employers and their LinkedIn networks. GA’s front-end developer course is well-regarded by many top employers, who contribute to our curriculum and use our tech programs to train their own teams.
Who teaches this course?
Our instructors represent the best and brightest web development professionals who combine in-depth knowledge as practitioners with a passion for nurturing the next generation of talent.
We work with a large pool of experienced instructors around the world. Please speak with our Admissions team to find out who is teaching the upcoming course in your location.
Are there any prerequisites for this front-end web development course?
This is a beginner-friendly program with no prerequisites, although some students may have coded previously. First-time programmers will have access to pre-course preparatory lessons and additional resources to boost their confidence with key concepts.
Our Admissions team can discuss your background and learning goals to advise if this course is a good fit for you.
Can I work full-time while enroled in this course?
Yes! All of our part-time courses are designed for busy professionals with full-time work commitments. Depending on your location, classes meet twice per week in the evenings, or all day on Saturday. You may opt to take this course in-person at one of our 20+ campuses or online via our Remote classroom setup.
You will be expected to spend time working on homework and projects outside of class hours each week, but the workload is designed to be manageable with a full-time job.
If you need to miss a session or two, we offer resources to help you catch up. We recommend you discuss any planned absences with your instructor.
Which format should I take this course in — on campus or online?
It’s up to you! Our Remote courses offer a learning experience that mirrors GA’s on-campus offerings but allow you to learn from the comfort of home. If you don’t live near a GA campus, have a busy travel schedule, or just want to save yourself the commute, a Remote course could be a good option for you, if available in your market. You’ll still get access to the expert instruction, learning resources, and support network that GA is known for.
If you prefer to learn alongside your peers and can make it to campus, our in-person courses allow you to take advantage of our beautiful classrooms and workspaces.
Our Admissions team can advise you on the best format for your personal circumstances and learning style.
What are my financing options?
We offer a variety of different financing options, including instalment plans, so you can focus on what counts — your education. Plus, more than 45% of our part-time students receive full or partial tuition reimbursement from their employers. Speak with our Admissions team to learn more and find the best fit for you and your finances.
What projects will I work on during the course?
Throughout the course, you’ll also complete a number of smaller labs designed to reinforce what you’ve learned in each unit.
How does this program relate to GA’s other web development courses?