Recommended 3rd Party Learning Resources for Individuals and Academic Institutions.
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The Knowledge Pillars exam syllabus/outcomes are very generic, covering 90% of learning content available online. Below are some of the resources we recommend to support you on your learning or teaching journey.
Python Learning Resources
Test takers are expected to have approximately 100 hours of hands-on experience or have attended (5-6-day) lectures on programming using Python prior to taking the Python Coding Apprentice (PCA) exam, and 150 hours before taking the Python Coding Specialist (PCS) exam.
Learn how to program in Python! This course is designed for students with no prior experience with text programming and is perfect for beginners of all ages. Python for Beginners is aligned with the Australian Curriculum: Digital Technologies for students in Grades 7 and above.
Introduction to Python
In this online course, you’ll learn to represent and store data using Python data types and variables, use conditionals and loops to control the flow of your programs. You’ll harness the power of complex data structures like lists, sets, dictionaries, and tuples to store collections of related data.
WordPress Learning Resources
Test takers are expected to have approximately 150 hours of hands-on experience or have attended (5-6-day) lectures on WordPress before taking the WordPress Certified Editor (WCE) certification exam.
When you start planning a new website project, there are a lot of options. It can be daunting and overwhelming trying to pick the right tool for the job. This course will delve into one of those options — WordPress — and why, after you’ve started using it, you’ll never need anything else.
Learn how to create your own web experiences with this powerful and open-source publishing platform. You will also learn how to create and publish posts and pages; create and edit blocks, and define reusable content blocks to take full advantage of the new block editor codenamed “Gutenberg.“