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Web Designs Trends to Watch

One of the thrilling elements of a career in the fast-paced industry of web design is that trends don't hang around for long. With every passing graphic, style or animation, there's a more advanced or dynamic version waiting in the wings. As technology evolves by the day and software updates are more frequent than tube strikes, it's important to keep your finger on the pulse and your hand on the mouse. Not only will this give you an exciting, ever-evolving career, but it will provide you with a vast array of skills that grow with every new trend.

Global Administrator | 28/07/2016 12:21:17

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Why You Should Get a Career in Web Development

They may be international superstars, but catwalk favourite Karlie Kloss and pop star Will.I.Am realise that to keep relevant in this technological world, they're going to have to learn a new skill – coding. Positions in web development are plentiful so you don’t need to worry about high competition in a job interview. Research has shown that the demand for developers outweighs the amount of candidates available, putting those training in a fantastic position. Aside from the average pay packet of £70,000 (do we have your attention now?), here are just a few of the other reasons you should sign up to a web development course right now.

Global Administrator | 27/05/2016 11:59:54

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Six Top Tips To Get You Recruited as a Junior Web Developer

Always wanted to get a top job as a Web Developer? Well we’ve put together a list of some of the top tips to help you land your dream job.



Global Administrator | 22/02/2016 11:15:34

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Brand New Service Line Added to the Training Room's Arsenal



Global Administrator | 10/11/2015 14:25:02

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Discipline

Figure out what you want and make it happen. Whether that's reaching a weight goal, changing career or pursuing a passion.

Global Administrator | 13/08/2015 17:06:22

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Traineeships on the Rise

On March 25th 2015 BBC reporter Patrick Howse reported that adult education in England "will not exist by 2020" if government cuts continue. The report went on to state that “The Association of Colleges says 190,000 adult education places will go next year, as funding is cut by 24%”*, and warned that should cuts continue, the country could end up with no adult education system for those aged 19 upwards.

Global Administrator | 27/03/2015 11:58:37