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Whether you are self-taught and you want to fill in the gaps for better efficiency and productivity, this Python  course will set you up with a solid foundation to become a confident python developer and develop more advanced skills.

This comprehensive Python course is the perfect way to kickstart your career in the field of python. This course will give you a competitive advantage in your career, making you stand out from all other applicants and employees.

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Who is this course for?

This comprehensive Python course is suitable for anyone looking to improve their job prospects or aspiring to accelerate their career in this sector and want to gain in-depth knowledge of python.

Entry Requirement

  • There are no academic entry requirements for this Python course, and it is open to students of all academic backgrounds. 
  • As long as you are aged seventeen or over and have a basic grasp of English, numeracy and ICT, you will be eligible to enrol.


On successful completion of the Python course, you will be eligible to order your certificate of achievement as proof of your new skill. The certificate of achievement is an official credential that confirms that you successfully finished a course with Lead Academy. You/your employer can verify your certificate through our website. Certificate can be obtained in PDF version at a cost of £12, and there is an additional fee to obtain a printed copy certificate which is £35.

Career path

This Python course opens a brand new door for you to enter the relevant job market and also provides you with the chance to accumulate in-depth knowledge at the side of needed skills to become flourishing in no time. You will also be able to add your new skills to your CV, enhance your career and become more competitive in your chosen industry.


Course Curriculum

Python Basics
What is Python? Installation and first Execution 00:08:00
Variables, Creating and Running External Script, Interactive Shell 00:14:00
Comments 00:03:00
Types of Variables 00:09:00
Math Operators 00:10:00
Exercise: adding VAT to products 00:08:00
Semicolon and ENTER – assigning multiple values to variables at once 00:04:00
Assignment operators 00:02:00
Playing with Strings (Slicing, adding and having fun) 00:10:00
Functions and Libraries Basics
Importing libraries, what are functions – basics 00:10:00
ATTENTION – important lecture about common mistake regarding functions 00:05:00
Taking data from user and type conversion (casting) 00:12:00
Conditional statements
Comparison (Relational) Operators 00:05:00
Instruction ‘if’ why INDENTATION is IMPORTANT in Python | DO NOT SKIP! 00:10:00
EXERCISE: Simple Calculator 00:11:00
Values different than 0 00:03:00
Logical Operators 00:10:00
Loop while 00:06:00
EXERCISE: Adding numbers taken from the user 00:08:00
Loop for 00:06:00
Instruction break and continue 00:11:00
EXERCISE: Guess the number 00:08:00
What are Lists? Basic operations on lists 00:09:00
Checking if element is ‘in’ or ‘not in’ the list 00:02:00
Operating on lists with Functions 00:13:00
Advanced Types
Tuples – what does immutable mean? 00:05:00
Dictionaries 00:10:00
Sets 00:07:00
Operations on sets 00:07:00
Nested types 00:12:00
Processing nested types using loops 00:03:00
Dictionary inside Dictionary, Dictionary inside List – when to choose which? 00:08:00
Extracting (Iterating Through) values from nested dictionaries 00:19:00
EXERCISE: Dynamic dictionary with definitions 00:12:00
List comprehensions 00:10:00
Generator Expressions 00:11:00
Dictionary Comprehensions 00:14:00
Set Comprehension 00:02:00
EXERCISE: Finding numbers that are divisible by 7, but are not divisible by 5 00:10:00
Functions - Basics
What are functions? How to create a function? Why should we use functions? 00:10:00
Multiple parameters in function (passing more arguments) 00:04:00
Returning values from function 00:12:00
Functions - Advanced
Multi module application | How to import your own module? 00:09:00
enum – what it is and why you should use it? 00:13:00
EXERCISE: Sum of all numbers up to the one entered by user | IMPORTANT lecture 00:13:00
Measuring PERFORMANCE of code | How well (fast) some part of code work | time 00:15:00
Function as argument of another function | How to measure performance of func 00:07:00
Default Arguments 00:07:00
Named (keyword) and unnamed (positional) arguments 00:08:00
EXERCISE – checking if value is in container 00:06:00
Variable Length Argument (Multiple Arguments sent and saved in single parameter) 00:11:00
Local vs Global Variables – scope – lifetime of variables 00:09:00
Mutable vs immutable objects 00:21:00
Shallow vs Deep copy of object 00:14:00
Lambda | Anonymous functions – what are they? when should you use them? 00:11:00
Random Numbers
Drawing random numbers – creating a program that checks if you hit the monster 00:14:00
Random events – choice vs choices function 00:09:00
Shuffle – shuffling cards in ‘war’ game 00:03:00
EXERCISE: Drawing elements without REPETITION – lottery game – 6 numbers from 49 00:12:00
EXERCISE | GAME | Drawing random chests colours with random rewards 00:25:00
EXERCISE | GAME | Drawing approximate value to a certain value 00:08:00
Working With Files in Python and Exceptions
What is a file? How to create it? Why do we need to CLOSE it? How to save data? 00:10:00
Exceptions, try, finally block 00:04:00
Opening the file using: with… as…: 00:03:00
Reading the content of file – read vs readlines, splitting lines, encoding 00:07:00
seek and tell – changing and reading the position of last operation in file 00:05:00
Append – Adding Text at the end of file 00:02:00
A+, R+, W+ – two function file opening modes 00:06:00
Keyword except – catching exceptions – EXERCISE – loading names and surnames 00:12:00
What is JSON? Why do we use it? What problems does JSON solve? 00:06:00
Creating and saving data from Python in JSON format to file and String 00:10:00
Loading data from JSON file to Python 00:04:00
Pretty Printer – loading/saving pretty and sorted JSON 00:07:00
pip and PyPi - using External Packages
What is pip and PyPi? Installing and playing with external package – request 00:11:00
Loading data from server from JSON file – preface to next EXERCISE 00:10:00
Processing JSON data | extracting top values from list of dictionaries 00:18:00
SOLUTION 1: Retrieving a few users from server at the same time 00:07:00
SOLUTION 2: Retrieving a few users from server at the same time 00:05:00
SOLUTION 3: Retrieving a few users from server at the same time 00:12:00
Defaultdict supplying missing values of dictionary when accessing empty element 00:06:00
What is public API? Where to find them? stackoverflow API 00:12:00
Getting JSON from -> getting top questions from last week 00:00:00
Opening websites from Python code – webbrowser module 00:04:00
Getting records from last week – datetime module 00:10:00
EXERCISE: Cat facts 00:06:00
EXERCISE: random CAT images by breed 00:02:00
Authorization – log in using API key – getting holiday calendar 00:12:00
API - header authorization - POST % DELETE
Authorization through header – settings 00:06:00
EXERCISE: CAT system – introduction 00:12:00
POST – adding a cat to favourite list 00:07:00
DELETE – removing a cat from favourite list 00:15:00
Visual Studio Code - Installation and Setting
VSC – Downloading and installing 00:03:00
Setting up the workspace in VSC and installing basic extensions 00:08:00
Linter – what is linting – how to use it, settings in .vscode 00:10:00
Code Runner | Custom Shortcuts | Shortcuts from other editors, Interactive shell 00:11:00
Auto Save – making sure your file is saved after each change 00:01:00
Snippets and pass keyword 00:06:00
Automatic code formatting 00:02:00
Debugging mode – how to professionally debug your code? 00:16:00
Ligatures – custom font created especially for programmers – Fira Code 00:06:00
Visual Studio Code - Useful Extensions
Icons theme 00:02:00
Bracket Pair Colorizer – improving readability of your code 00:02:00
Python Preview – watching the code execution while writing it 00:06:00
Python Quick Print 00:01:00
Code Spell Checker 00:02:00
What is Object Oriented Programming? 00:04:00
OOP - Object Oriented Programming
What are objects and classes? How to create a simple object and class? 00:13:00
Creating your first method – what is “self”? 00:14:00
__init__ – sending arguments to class for initialization 00:08:00
EXERCISE: Create rockets that can move up 00:11:00
Document String – docstring 00:05:00
__str__ – dunder method representing text of object 00:04:00
EXERCISE: Organizing more than one class – Rocket Board 00:10:00
__getitem__, __setitem__ – setting and getting values using dunder methods 00:10:00
EXERCISE: Counting distance between rockets 00:21:00
Is it important to understand math that was used in the last lecture? 00:06:00
Static Methods 00:12:00
Setting type for variables using annotations – Pyright extension 00:12:00
__len__ 00:05:00
class / static variables – creating USER with unique ids 00:11:00
EXERCISE: Bank Account – withdraw/deposit money 00:07:00
How to properly handle returned values from methods? 00:16:00
Inheritance and method overriding – super() 00:19:00
EXERCISE: Inheritance on practical example – result 00:08:00
EXERCISE: playing with cube, square and rectangle 00:09:00
Inheritance vs association – when to use which? 00:16:00
Generator functions
Generator functions – yield keyword 00:13:00
EXERCISE: Generate infinite amount of numbers multiplied by themselves 00:06:00
send method – how to send a value into a generator? 00:12:00
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Python Training Course Online
  • Self-Paced Online Learning
  • Course Duration: 19 Hours
  • Course Duration:
  • High-Quality Study Materials
  • CPD Approved Member
  • Recommended by 97% of Students
  • Instant Access 24/7
  • 382 Students Enrolled




14 Days Money Back Guarantee

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