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almo136




msg:3743167
 2:49 am on Sep 12, 2008 (gmt 0)

Hi Everyone,

I've been dabbling in web design on and off for a couple of years and have the skills to put together a decent but basic website.

I would like to turn my web design hobby into a career and thinking a qualification would be a good place to start.

Does anyone know of any good/credible distance learning qualifications I can get which would be beneficial when trying to make a career out of web design?

Thanks!

 

geoffb




msg:3743840
 8:06 pm on Sep 12, 2008 (gmt 0)

Im doing the Web Development course from the Open University in the UK.

geoffb

almo136




msg:3744698
 8:54 pm on Sep 14, 2008 (gmt 0)

hi geoff,
Is it the C39 Certificate in Web Applications Development course you are taking? I just had a look at it seems pretty good.

What do you think of the course? Do you think it will help you gain employment in web development?

geoffb




msg:3758775
 8:16 pm on Oct 4, 2008 (gmt 0)

Hi almo136,

The one I am on now is TT280 Web design, development and management.

It look easy, but I'm a freelancer and have been developing for over 3 years, I wanna get qualification behind me thought, and pick up a few things along the way, which is why i'm doing the course.

geoffb

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