Choosing a training course provider can be difficult, so with the following list, we’ve tried to make it a bit easier for you by listing the top 3 skills you’ll be mastering on one of our Web Developer courses, here at The Training Room.
Studying the globally renowned CIW Foundation Associates course, you’ll receive training to the very best standard with daily interactive modules to complete online via our e-learning platform. By working at a pace that suits you, you’ll complete modules with the support of our experienced tutors who will help you every step of the way.
Without further ado, here’s the list of the top 3 skills you’ll be mastering if you choose the Web Development course at The Training Room.
1) HTML5 Markup Language
HTML5 has been dubbed the future of web browsing and is one of the most important elements of the World Wide Web. Learning technologies like this, used for enhancing web experiences, will add a great skill to your arsenal. HTML5 is a markup language (or code as it’s more commonly known) that structures and presents content on the web.
HTML is the most widely used markup language today, using tags, elements and angle brackets, with some help from CSS, to form the building blocks of most of the content you’ll see when browsing the World Wide Web.
Arguably the best skill you can learn on one of our Web Developer courses, HTML, takes the top spot of the best skill you’ll master when e-learning at The Training Room.
2) Cascading Style Sheets (CSS Level 3)
Coming a close second, CSS3 is the latest standard of style sheet language used to set the visual style of web pages and user interfaces that are written in HTML and XHTML. Being a cornerstone technology used by most websites means that you’ll be best placed to be employed in the industry.
Understanding the principles of CSS3 is best learned with examples from our experienced tutors and by following simple straightforward modules via our e-learning platform. You’ll master CSS3 by also learning how to apply basic and advanced functions of the current version that are also backward compatible with earlier version of CSS.
Bonus skill to learn on our Web Development course
Not only will you be best placed for a job in the web development industry by learning the above coding languages, you’ll also be learning all about computer IT networking like how to configure common hardware and the working relationships between IP addresses and domain names - vital knowledge for a professional developer.
On top of our list of skills you’ll master, you can find out what else you’ll learn in order to qualify as a Web Developer through The Training Room (including our Job Offer Guarantee) by visiting the Web Developer courses page for more information.