Many digital trainers/teachers have only their experience and perhaps a relevant and well followed blog to lean on. Look at UDEMY - very cheap courseware taught by people with only their experience and a Bachelor's degree in CIS. For virtually any CIS employment situation in non-startup companies, you will need a Bachelor's degree in CIS regardless.
John recommends the following next steps:
Good luck and happy coding!
If you want to teach coding in a coding school, you can take some certification courses online or take some courses in a community college or enroll in a coding school as a student and then try to get some experience as an intern or volunteer.