Authorised Amazon Training Partner

As of early 2020, SG Code Campus is proud to be an authorised Training Partner in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network, with a mandate to offer official AWS Certification and Training courses in Cloud Computing to youth and adult learners in the Singapore market.

What is Cloud Computing?

Ever used Google Docs to write a report, Apple iCloud to store your favorite photos or created that smashing new playlist on Spotify? If the answer is yes, then you have unwittingly consumed services from the mysterious Cloud.

Put simply, Cloud Computing refers to using other people's computers and servers to run your computing needs, usually over the internet. Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the world's largest Cloud provider, operating hundreds of thousands of computers at data centre locations all over the world. AWS provides developers with the computing, networking and storage infrastructure they need to build and deploy that shiny new mobile/web app or run technology companies - learn how tech giants like Grab and Netflix leverage on AWS to build their success.

Why choose us?

As Singapore's only home-grown authorised Training Partner in the AWS Partner Network, we are proud to offer the first youth coding programme in ASEAN that leads to official Amazon Training, Certification and Credentials.

After developing a foundation in Python and JavaScript programming in our acclaimed Principles course roadmap, students will move to the Principles X programme. Completion of this programme leads to a Certificate of Completion issued by AWS and will prepare students to sit for the AWS-proctored exam which confers the AWS Cloud Practitioner credentials (#8 of the Forbes 2020 list of the top IT certifications in the world); exam fee to be paid separately;

Competitions

Since 2019, AWS has held the annual Build On hackathon for students in Secondary Schools, local Polytechnics and Universities as a platform for competitors to learn about cloud computing through developing applications to solve real-world challenges.

The 2020 edition of the competition promises to be larger than ever with participants from 5 ASEAN countries including Singapore competing for top accolades.

Find out more here.