Website in a Weekend

Course details

Code
O19P197COR
Fees
From £182.00

Dates
Sat 02 Nov 2019 - Sun 03 Nov 2019
Time
08.45 - 17.00

Website in a Weekend

Overview

The ability to design and develop websites using industry standards is a valuable skill for career progression and personal enjoyment.

This course offers you a rapid introduction to the practical skills necessary to design, develop and publish a basic website – from scratch to a website in one weekend. 

We provide a hands-on practical introduction to web design and development through the use of industry standard HTML 5 and CSS 3. It is an intense course that covers the fundamentals of creating a website. 

This beginner’s course assumes you have experience of using a computer and competence with Microsoft Windows. No previous experience of web design or development is required. 

Please note: participants are required to bring an external storage device with them e.g. USB memory stick. 

 

Comments from past participants:

"Excellent tutorial style; excellent learning materials."

"A very intensive but enjoyable course with an excellent team teaching."

"A very useful course which I enjoyed a lot. The handbook was very thorough and easily digestible."

"Plenty of content and a brisk pace, made manageable by clear explanations and thoughtful support."

Programme details

SATURDAY 2 November 2019

8.45am    Registration

9.00am    What is the Intenet?

                What is the World Wide Web?

                Anatomy of a webpage

10.30am    Coffee/tea

11.00am    Creating and styling a simple webpage

12.30pm    Lunch

1.30pm    Managing the structure of the webpage and the multi-page website

3.00pm    Tea/coffee

3.30pm     Embedding images, audio and video

5.00pm    Day One ends

SUNDAY 3 November 2019

9.00am    Tabular data - adding tables and lists  

10.30am    Coffee/tea

11.00am    Creating and styling forms

12.30pm    Lunch

1.30pm    More forms, more style and more colour

3.00pm    Tea/coffee   

3.30pm     Adding a Twitter feed, a Google map and a favicon. Getting online and going public

5.00pm    Course disperses

Accommodation

Accommodation is not included in the price, but depending on availability, it may be possible to stay at Rewley House on Friday and / or Saturday night.  Please contact our Residential Centre on +44 (0) 1865 270362 or email res-ctr@conted.ox.ac.uk for details of availability and discounted prices.

Accommodation in Rewley House - all bedrooms are modern, comfortably furnished and each room has tea and coffee making facilities, Freeview television, and Free WiFi and private bath or shower rooms.

Fees

Tuition (includes coffee/tea): £182.00
Baguette lunch (both days): £10.00

Funding

If you are in receipt of a state benefit you may be eligible for a reduction of 50% of tuition fees.

If you do not qualify for the concessionary fee but are experiencing financial hardship, you may still be eligible for financial assistance.

Concessionary fees for short courses

 

Tutors

Mr Glenn Clarkson

Tutor

Glenn Clarkson is a web developer and photographer who runs a web design and development business. His career has been in publishing and technology for the media, defence and IT industries.

Mrs Lesley Clarkson

Demonstrator

Dr Cezar Ionescu

Director of Studies

Dr Cezar Ionescu is Associate Professor of Data Science with the  Oxford University Department for Continuing Education.  His main interests include functional programming, correctness of scientific computing and machine learning algorithms,  and the role of computing science in education.

Application

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