This 20 hour course is designed to teach you how to create and update a website for your personal portfolio or for your small business. Showcase your successful work, help customer find you, and represent yourself professionally on your website.
Take this class and walk away with a website designed by you and assisted by our web designer Instructor.
What will I learn?
- How to choose a Domain Name
- How to choose a Web Hosting
- Website building platforms
- WordPress Introduction
- Working with the Control Panel
- Installing WordPress
- WordPress dashboard
- Adding and editing pages
- Create categories
- Create a new page
- Adding pages to the menu
- Editing sidebar
- Using images and text
- Adding and editing posts
- Installing plugins
- Create a contact form
- SEO for WordPress
- Adding a Favicon
- Set up analytics
- WordPress site maintenance
Is this for me?
If you want to improve your website or web designing skills, then this course is ideal for you. Web Design will help you do just that in 20 hours. You will also learn to how to use WordPress.
Pre-requisites: Basic Windows knowledge and Intermediate level of English.
Registration and information
For more information, please call 416-658-3101 x216 or write firstname.lastname@example.org
When and where
Toronto Central – Saturdays
Saturdays | 9:00 A.M. – 2:00 P.M. (4 weeks, 20 Hours)
Registration continues up to the second day of class.
Tax Credit: Tuition tax credit forms will be issued.
Certificate: Participants receive a certificate of completion.
If you withdraw more than five business days before the start of the Career Skills class you have enrolled in, an 80% refund by cheque, or a reversal to your credit card, will be processed. If you withdraw five business days, or less, before the start of the Career Skills class you have enrolled in, you will receive no refund.
Skills for Change (SfC) strives to hold classes as scheduled, however if low enrolment or other circumstances beyond our control occur, SfC reserves the right to cancel or reschedule classes five business days prior to its commencement date.