This course has concessions available

WordPress For Web Design

For students who have completed the Introductory
course or have some knowledge of WordPress. Use
this open source software (free to download) to
create websites, blogs or apps.

Available Classes:

Who is this course for

Anyone who wants to use WordPress which is a popular website builder to install and set up a site. Students may be new to WordPress/blogging but will need to already have basic computing skills and experience of using a web browser on a PC.

What does this course cover

All the basic features required to design and create a funtioning website using WordPress.

What will it be like

Demonstration using Smartboard through computer-linked projectors, exposition and discussion. One-to-one and Group work. Through tutor-guidance and hands-on experience, the completion of the course objectives.+
Ongoing monitoring of students' work including questions, observation and tasks. Start and End of class student self-assessment/achievement tick sheet.

What else do you need to buy or do

Materials are supplied free of charge by the Centre.
As much practice as possible to reinforce learning. This may be at home or elsewhere or from homework given by the tutor.

What this course could lead to

A Mary Ward Dreamweaver course or further WordPress courses.

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This course has concessions available for people who meet certain criteria

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Why come to Mary Ward Centre?

Mary Ward Centre is the adult education centre with a difference. We provide a wide range of subjects for people at all levels and run courses during the day, evening or weekend to suit your timetable.

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