One Day Workshop Version Control: GIT

Course Details

Participant Criteria

Participant Criteria for One Day Workshop Version Control : GIT

Are you ready to delve into the world of version control and master the power of GIT? Join our comprehensive training program to gain essential skills in managing code repositories and collaborating effectively with teams. Please review the participant requirements below to ensure you meet the prerequisites for this learning experience:


Training Program One Day Workshop Version Control : GIT

"One Day Workshop Version Control : GIT" is a comprehensive program designed to equip participants with in-depth knowledge and practical skills in utilizing GIT for effective version control and collaboration. Throughout the program, participants will learn GIT's core concepts, best practices, and advanced techniques. The program follows a structured approach that combines theoretical learning, hands-on exercises, and collaborative projects to ensure participants gain a thorough understanding of version control with GIT.

Benefit This Program:

  • Live Mentoring Sessions

    Learn directly face to face with Professional Mentors.

  • 9 Learning Materials

    More than 24 lessons that you will get to support the training process.

  • Practical and Hands-on Training

    You get practical training and real-world projects. This hands-on approach allows you to apply what you've learned and build a portfolio of work to showcase your capabilities to potential employers.

  • Portfolio Improvement Feedback

    Job-ready training participants will receive portfolio reviews and feedback and will be guided to improve their portfolios.

  • Completion Certificate

    If you successfully complete the final project you will receive a certificate of completion.


What will you learn?

  • What is VC and its significance
  • What is Git
  • Advantages of Git
  • Git installation
  • Connecting to Git and Identity
  • Practical application of Git
  • Introduction to Git
  • Basic structure of repository and “Three Trees”
  • Hashes and Revision Identification
  • Connecting to Git and Identity
  • Practical application of Git
  • What is a branch
  • Creating and switching branches
  • Merging branches
  • Conflict resolution
  • Introduction to Remote Repositories
  • Connecting a Local Repository to a Remote
  • Fetching and Pushing Changes
  • Viewing History with Git Log
  • Searching for Revisions with Git Diff
  • What is Rebase and how to use it
  • Using Rebase to Merge Commits
  • Dealing with Unwanted Changes
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Collaboration in Teams Using Git
  • Conflict Management and Code Review
Study Method

Online and Offline Training

Online – Self-paced Training

  • Teaching Facilites
    • Electronic reading materials: The course materials will be presented in the form of videos and text readings.
    • Discussion forum: Each class has a dedicated discussion forum where you can ask questions and engage in discussions.
      • Learning Evaluation: Submission of a final project in the form of a simple web application.  
    • Competency certificate.

Offline – Direct Training Experience

  • Venue: The venue for the training will be determined later, providing flexibility in choosing a location that is convenient and suitable for the number of participants.
  • Facilitator: Experienced instructors will lead the training session in-person. They will deliver the content interactively, encouraging active participation from all participants.
  • Activities:
    • The training session will include group discussions, case studies, and practical exercises to reinforce understanding.
    • Each participant will be given opportunities to actively engage in class activities.
  • Evaluation:
    • Assessment will be conducted through practical assignments to be completed during the workshop.
    • Instructors will provide direct feedback to participants to help them improve their understanding and skills.
  • Certificate: Participants who successfully complete the workshop will receive a certificate of participation detailing the materials covered and skills acquired.
  • Networking: In addition to learning, the offline workshop provides opportunities for networking and interacting with fellow participants and instructors, expanding professional networks.

Frequently Asked Question

Yes, individuals without prior programming experience can join Git training. Git training is designed to teach the concepts and practices of version control to all levels of experience, including beginners. Git training starts with an introduction to the concept of version control and its importance in software development. It then covers the basics of Git, such as how to create a repository, make a commit, and work with branches. Git training also includes advanced material, such as how to use Git to collaborate with other teams and how to use Git to manage large projects.

Yes, there are free resources available for learning Git.
Yes! Each participant is expected laptop with the following minimum specifications:
  • Processor: Minimum Intel Core i3 or equivalent.
  • RAM: Minimum 4 GB.
  • Storage: Minimum 128 GB SSD or 500 GB HDD.
  • Operating System: Windows 10, macOS, or compatible Linux distribution.
  • Internet Connection: Stable and reasonably fast to access online materials and perform assigned tasks.
  • Browser: Latest version of popular browsers such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or Microsoft Edge.