How Accelerate works


Our courses are designed to give you skills that will open new career doors for you. If you are dedicated to boosting your career and willing to put in an effort for 10 weeks, this is perfect for you.


Technology is driving change in almost every industry. Consequently, people skilled in IT are in great demand in many competitive industries.

The term “skills gap” is used to describe how employers have trouble finding employees with the skills they need. You can help close the skills gap and give your career a real boost.

Noroff Accelerate gives you the chance to acquire valuable skills in just ten weeks.

Invest in yourself, unlock your potential and start learning today.

Who's it for?

Our courses are for people looking to get the skills they need to start a new career or become more productive in the job you have today. 

You can start without any knowledge of coding and learn the basics of programming, or you can expand your knowledge by learning a new programming language. Are you looking to become a full-stack developer, capable of working with both the back and the front end of websites and applications? We can help you.

Looking to start a career in network- and IT security? We can help you.

What we do

Through our part-time bootcamps we provide fast-paced training using accelerated learning techniques developed by experts.

All our courses are online, you can study from anywhere. With highly qualified instructors and lecturers, as well as modern learning techniques, you will be able to learn more than you can imagine during those ten weeks.

The bootcamps are designed to fit into your daily work schedule, perfect for working professionals. Our lecturers and instructors are available to you throughout the course, helping you learn the skills you need. Accelerate is an online first company and has been for many years, ensuring the quality you expect.

What you need to do

You need to be motivated to accelerate your career by learning new skills. During the course, you will need to put in around 10-15 hours a week.

Example of a weekly schedule:

  • Three weekly synchronous lectures live online (lectures are recorded so you can watch them later).
  • 3-6 hours of problem-solving. 
  • 5 hours of self-study when it fits your schedule.
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