What is a Jr Full Stack Developer?
Jr Full Stack Developers are entry-level developers that work in tech-based startups, mid to large-sized software development companies, and consultancy firms, among others.
They spend the majority of their time analysing user requirements, designing solutions, supporting the implementation of these solutions and supporting regular updates to existing applications. Jr developers typically work on a team of other developers and may get support from more senior developers. Other responsibilities commonly associated with the jr developer role include testing and finalising solutions, fixing errors, supporting security provisions in software, and communicating with internal and external stakeholders.
Given that technologies and platforms are constantly changing, a core responsibility of any full stack developer is self-learning and taking active steps in staying up to date.
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Program Length12 weeks
Full-time, Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm
Next Cohort Starts
3 March (Full-Time)
6 February, 5 pm
$15,000 (before subsidies)
between 70% to 95% course fee funding for eligible participants
Employment after 90 days
Average income increase
Employment after 1 year
Hear from Gazali
Meet Gazali, a #GenAlumni from our train-and-place Jr Full Stack Developer programme.
Having spent six years of his life on the road as a driver, Gazali was bored. Even at 53, he knew that there was a purpose behind his fascination with technology — and he was done letting it go to waste. In 2021, he courageously made a career change into tech in spite of his initial apprehensions because of his age.
#GetReadySG Train-and-Place Programme Benefits
Personalised mentorship from a tech industry professional
Microsoft Certification Pathways
Learning pathways to attain Microsoft Learn certification in Microsoft Azure
Unlimited Access to Online Learning Platforms
Access to LinkedIn Learning, Data Camp, A Cloud Guru, or Codecademy, depending on job role
Personal Well-being Support
Well-being support from the Generation Singapore team and well-being partners
What You Will Learn
You’ll learn relevant behavioural, mindset and technical skills through a comprehensive instructor-facilitated training bootcamp that integrates real industry scenarios with hands-on projects and case studies.
After completing the programme, you will be able to undertake the following responsibilities:
- Effectively apply problem-solving skills to identify solutions to resolve project-related issues
- Consistently and proactively run tests to check code is correct
- Effectively communicate and collaborate with coworkers and other stakeholders using a variety of platforms such as Git Participants may look forward to job interviews opportunities during and upon completion of the programme
We'll help you learn the technical skills with lots of hands-on, interactive sessions. By the end, you'll know:
Behavior & Mindsets
In every job, there are key skills that will help you be successful. We'll help you learn how to:
How We Support Your Well-Being
When you become a Generation learner, you become a part of a community of like-minded individuals who have been through similar experiences as you are about to go through. In whatever stage of your journey, our #GenAlumni, #GenVolunteers, #GenPartners, and #GenStaff work together to help you succeed beyond your programme and into a meaningful and sustainable career.
Dedicated Learner Success Associates
Each cohort is assigned a Learner Success Associate (LSA) who supports each learner’s wellbeing by being a resource to learners in their career transition journey.
A Curriculum that Cares
We don’t just cover technical skills and behavioural skills and mindsets. Our curriculum will also help you learn how to build a supportive peer community, how to manage negative thoughts, and how to care for your well-being and energy.
Subsidised Counselling Support
We know that making a career transition can be stressful. So, each Generation learner has access to subsidised counselling support in partnership with Eagles Mediation & Counselling Centre.
Supporting People into Careers that Would Otherwise be Inaccessible
We accept applications from all individuals without a related educational background or prior work experience in the technology industry and we evaluate each application we receive for its own merits. To stay true to our organisation’s mission, we will be prioritising the following profiles:
- Individuals above the age of 40
- Individuals who have been unemployed for more than 3 months (Individuals who have been unemployed for more than 6 months may receive additional course fee subsidies of up to 95% upon submission of supporting documentation)
- Individuals with disabilities
- Individuals who are in need of financial assistance
Are you an individual with disabilities?
Contact us prior to submitting an application to find out how we can support you throughout your journey as a Generation learner.
SkillsFuture Career Transition Programme
The #GetReadySG Train-and-Place Programme is a SkillsFuture Career Transition Programme (SCTP) that supports mid-career individuals in acquiring industry-relevant skills to improve employability and pivot to new sectors or job roles. For more information on SCTP, please visit the SkillsFuture website.