SkillStackr.com Web Technologies Certificate of Completion
Internet usage has permanently grown and so has the demand for those with Web Technology skills. Get your certification now and go straight to the front of the jobs line.
 
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8 hours of Online Web Technology training, guided by a LIVE Instructor, just $249

This is Web Technology training taught completely online, but led by a real, live instructor who will patiently answer your questions, guide you through, step by step and make sure you understand the materials in the shortest time possible.

You will learn the essential Web Design & Web Development foundational skills in a nurturing learning environment designed to get you certified quickly and easily.

You will participate in multiple live instructor-guided labs and exercises that will help you solidify what you've learned.

LIVE Instructor training will always be the very best training available. Here's why:

With many online courses, if you have questions, you're asked to submit them to a "forum" where, hopefully, one of your fellow students (really?) will try to answer them.questions

That means you submit your questions and wait . . . maybe you'll get quick, accurate assistance, maybe not. We don't believe this is an ideal solution.

Obviously, job competition is incredibly high right now. Give yourself the smart & competitive advantage of SkillStackr.com's Web Technologies Certification.

The U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics has said "Employment of web developers is projected to grow faster than the average for all occupations." Technology career fields have historically been among the most profitable, professionally-satisfying and recession-resistant and Web Design and Web Development are two of the most popular on-ramps into the IT world.

Thinking of taking one of those $2,500 - $3,000 multi-week Web Design courses?

Here's some great advice: take our low-cost, high-quality course first. Doing so will give you two absolutely huge advantages . . .

  • You'll know exactly what a real life Web Designer or Web Developer does day-to-day, before you plunk down three grand.
  • You'll go in to that very expensive class prepared to "knock it out of the park" because you'll already have a thorough grounding in the subject matter.
  • Now, that's a smart strategy!
Here is what you will learn and what you should expect
SkillStackr.com students will receive multiple step-by-step walk throughs as well as instructor-guided, hands-on coding and design labs and exercises specifically crafted to teach them how to get comfortable with and use the following technologies to create (or target), manipulate and style website elements.
HTML 5
HTML 5 If you want to design and code the front end of the web, you will need to understand how to use HTML. It is the starting point, the "on ramp", to a career in Web Design and/or Web Development. It is absolutely a foundational skill.
CSS 3
CSS 3 You will learn how to control the style, appearance and the position of every element that appears on screen through the power of CSS. Version 3 of this simple yet powerful language brings with it a host of brand new features like rounded corners, shadows, gradients, transitions or animations and a lot more.
Bootstrap 4
Bootstrap 4 Bootstrap is an essential tool for modern front-end designers and developers. It removes a great deal of the complexity you would otherwise experience as you ensure screen elements are positioned correctly in both desktop and mobile environments. This powerful technology actually combines elements of HTML, CSS and JavaScript in one seemless package. Don't worry though - it's easy to use. We'll show you how!
jQuery
jQuery JavaScript is known as the "language of the Web"; and for good reason. It's used in almost every single siteon the Web today. You won't get very far without learning how to use it. jQuery has been called the "Write Less Do More" JavaScript library. It hides much of the complexities of JavaScript while still making a lot of its' power available. This makes it an ideal way to ease into using the power of JavaScript.
What's the salary range for an entry-level web designer or web developer?
Obviously, the answer to this question will depend in large part on what part of the country (what job market) you're in among other factors. That said, we can get a good overall view from job sites like indeed.com and ziprecruiter.com, who handle tens of thousands of real live job postings daily. This puts them in a position to have an extremely accurate read on salaries for these exciting fields. Here is how they answer that question:
From indeed.com:

"The average salary for an entry level web designer is approximately $23.32 per hour. Salary information comes from 209 data points collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months."

From ziprecruiter.com:

"Based on recent job postings on ZipRecruiter, the Entry Level Web Designer and Web Developer job market is very active. People working in these areas are making on average $46,552 per year at an entry level."

From glassdoor.com:

"The national average salary for a Entry Level Web Designer is $59,504 in United States. The national average salary for a Entry Level Web Developer is $85,355 in United States."  

From payscale.com:

"Average Entry-Level Web Designer & Developer Salary $49,668."
Obviously, these classes fill very quickly, so register now to reserve your seat.
Class requirements: There is no assumption of prior coding or design knowledge, however, students will need to have a basic understanding of how to navigate the folder structure on their laptops (Mac or PC), create folders and name and save files, etc.
All classes are 8 hours in duration, including one hour for lunch.
All Saturday classes are taught from 10:00 am EDT until 6:00 pm EDT.
Upcoming class dates
Day Date & Time Signup link
Tuesday July 14,
10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday May 9,
10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday May 16,
10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday May 23,
10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday May 30,
11:00 am - 7:00 pm
Saturday June 6,
10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday June 13,
10:00 am - 6:00 pm

We're sorry. This class is filled. But there's good news. Click the blue button below if you would like first notification when additional dates for this class become available, usually within 5-7 calendar days, often sooner.