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The course takes users from building basic web-sites - working with text, paragraphs and tables - to build a multi-frame layout.
The Certificate in Web Design & Development is conducted on a part-time basis over a 10-week period. This course is for any individuals wishing to develop a web-site including, professional designers familiar with Desktop Publishing or Graphics software needing to get to grips with this powerful web design tool.
We run 2 intakes for this course commencing in Spring and Autumn.
*subject to sufficient numbers
See timetable for next course dates.
If you have any questions please get in touch with us at [email protected] or 01 415 0429.
This course is scheduled to commence on Thursday, 24th October 2019 in Griffith College Dublin. Contact email@example.com for further information.
This part time evening course will run one evening per week from 6.30pm - 9.00pm over 10 weeks, course dates outlined below.
Oct: 24, 31
Nov: 07, 14, 21, 28
Dec: 05, 12
If you are 23 years or over from the 1st January of this year, you can apply for this course directly using the College’s online application form.
Under 23 Years
Old Leaving Cert (Pre 2017)
5 Ordinary Level D3s (subjects to include a language, English, Irish or another language) or equivalent exam taken.
New Leaving Cert
5 O6/H7 grades, to include a language (English, Irish or another language).
Proficient in the use of MAC/MS Applications.
Directly to Griffith College Short Courses Department
Study Mode: Part-Time
Fee: EUR 850.00
Fee: EUR 650.00
Graduates of the Certificate in Web Design & Development may elect to pursue further studies in this area by pursuing the Diploma in Dynamic Web Applications Development course.
Graduates of the Certificate in Web Design & Development will be well positioned to progress in the workplace or set up their own eCommerce websites.