Digital Bootcamp - Web Development with Wordpress

Digital Bootcamp - Web Development with Wordpress

Course Information

Online, 05/09/2022, 09:30
Start Date: 05/09/2022
End Date:28/06/2023
Days: VAR
Location: Online
Duration: 2 Weeks
Start Time: 09:30
End Time: 16:00
Type: Part Time
Fees: Free

About the Course

The primary role of a web developer is to build and test simple, high-quality code across front end, logic and database layers. A developer will typically be working as part of a larger team, in which they will have responsibility for some of the straightforward elements of the overall project. The developer will need to be able to interpret design documentation and specifications. The customer requirements will typically be defined and agreed by more experienced or specialist members of the team, such as a business analyst or technical architect. The course will help develop the learner in acquiring the skills required for simple and advanced code in software development and web design.

What is covered in the Course?

Structure of the Internet

Internet Communication

Network Security and Threats

Protocols and Layers

HTML and CSS, and JavaScript

Google Analytics and Tag Manager (Google Garage)

WordPress Tutorial, Introduction and Installation

WordPress Dashboard

Creating a Website or Blog in WordPress

WordPress Posts, Pages, Categories and Tags

WordPress Back Up, Plug Ins, and Optimisation

WordPress Web Build Project

WordPress Blog Post Project

Create a WordPress CV

Introduction to Technical Writing, Development Life Cycle and SEO Writing


Skills bootcamps are designed deliver the skills you need in order to progress in your organisation, or gain a new and exciting role.

You will have access to a dedicated job coach who will support you to get the interview you need to secure your dream job

Typical job roles include Junior Development Technician,?Junior Developer, Junior Web Developer, Junior Application Developer, Junior Mobile App Developer, Junior Games Developer,

Junior Software Developer, Junior Application Support Analyst, Junior Programmer, Assistant Programmer and Automated Test Developer.

Entry Requirements

This course is available to learners, of all academic backgrounds.

Learners will require Microsoft Office, access to W3Schools and enough memory to download WordPress – if they cannot download, they can use the virtual machine embedded in W3Schools.


The induction will include the analysis of Skills through a purpose-built assessment. (This is designed to recognise prior learning in the area.)

Each unit has at least 2 assignment-based activities, and break-out rooms for professional discussions are expected in each lesson. Learners will be considered as having passed this programme upon passing each unit exercise, actively participating in professional discussions and through a series of practical projects (these are pass/fail and are measured through the success of a coding sequence ‘working’).

Learners will have access to expert tutor support throughout the course

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