Introduction to Web Design
About the Course
This course is aimed at learners with an interest in developing an on-line presence to support their personal/professional work.
- People who want to showcase their own personal creative work or that of organisations or community / local interest groups.
- Teachers/trainers/group leaders wanting to make content/learning materials available on-line to support participants.
- People who want to raise awareness of particular issues locally or further afield.
What will be learnt?
Learners will be able to:
- Set-up and maintain a blog/webpage using an on-line editor.
- Insert images, videos, and other varied media.
- Use formatting to adjust layout and appearance of pages.
- Create links to other sites or resources.
- Embed engaging widgets/content into web pages.
Assessment: Portfolio of Learner’s Work
Duration: 10 Weeks – 2 hours per week – Fridays 10:30am to 12:30pm
Start Date: Friday 15th April 2016
Location: Room 124, Glyndwr Building, Swansea University. SA2 8PP
Tutor: Wayne Yare
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Full Fee £150.00 paid by:
- Individuals that work 16 hours per week or more.
- Individuals repeating the course.
Concessionary Fee £40 paid by:
- Individuals working less than 16 hours per week (including self-employed).
- ALL retired individuals
- Anyone who is unwaged or unemployed
Fee Waiver – Free!
- You must be new to higher education (HE), do not have qualifications higher than a HNC/HND or other undergraduate credit-bearing HE award (unless you are upgrading your qualification) and meet one of the conditions below:
- Your family is in receipt of Universal Credit or Income Support or income based Jobseekers Allowance or Housing Benefit or Pension Credit or Working Tax Credits.
- You are in receipt of Employment and Support Allowance or Personal Independent Payment or Severe Disablement Allowance or Disability Living Allowance or Attendance Allowance or Incapacity Benefit or Carer’s Allowance.
- You are a registered job seeker, and have been so for a continuous period of no less than six weeks prior to the date of application for fee waiver.
- Your sole family income is through Department for Work and Pensions benefits.
You must provide full documentary evidence of your entitlement on application, for example a letter from Jobcentre Plus confirming your name, address and benefit entitlement.
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