About ARM Cortex Course

This course is designed for advanced students who are willing to enhance their competencies in Job Market. This course is not for new students, as the focus of this course is a 32-bit controller. Working professionals can apply for this course. If you are looking for a basic course or if you are new to this domain we recommend 8051 Training Course for you. In this course primarily you will learn ARM Peripherals programming using Embedded C along with different hardware interfacing techniques with ARM IC.


  • 1Training

    60 Hours Instructor led classroom training

  • 2100% Practical

    Learning with hands-on practices

  • 3Assignments

    Gain Knowledge through interesting assignments and quizzes

  • 4In-Depth Learning

    In-depth knowledge by experienced instructor

  • 5Hardware Kit

    Free ARM Development Board

  • 6Certificate

    Widely recognized Certificate upon completion


Am I eligible to attend the course?
Students or Professionals who are experienced in 8-bit Controllers are eligible for this course. Passed out students with the mentioned capabilities can also do this to enhance their competencies in Job Market.
Are there any pre-requisites?
Yes. If you have a sound knowledge of Basic Electronics and C Programming then you are welcome. In this course, we cover very little of C Programming and Basic Electronics, so if you have a prior knowledge of these topics then understanding of the course topics will be easier for you.
When can I apply?
You can apply anytime. We offer this course on a regular basis. For engineering students they can apply in their summer/winter vacations, this training is very effective as a summer training program. Weekend classes are available for professionals.
What are tools I will learn?
In this course our focus is ARM Controllers, to be very specific you will be using Nuvoton’s NUC140 ICs. As per the tool is a concern, you will learn to use Keil uVision IDE and Flash Magic Software.
Is there any project included in this course?
Yes. There are at least 3-4 projects we offer with this course.

Course Topics
  • ► C Programming Fundamentals
  • ► Embedded C Programming
  • ► ARM Architecture
  • ► ARM Peripherals
  • ► Thumb, AMBA, Pipelining concepts
  • ► ARM Cortex M0 Programming using Keil IDE
  • ► I/O Interfacing with LED, 7 Segments, LCD, Relays etc.
  • ► Memory(EEPROM) Programming
  • ► Timer Programming
  • ► ADC Interfacing and Programming
  • ► PWM Signal Generation
  • ► UART Programming
  • ► PC Communication using UART
  • ► I2C Communication and Programming
  • ► Interrupts Programming
  • ► Building RTOS on ARM
  • ► Capstone Industrial Project

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