Website building has become easier and easier, and a website design business is definitely quite lucrative, and it allows you to not only save heaps on building and managing your own website, but it also allows you to create and sell websites to clients.
In this course, which is not a coding course, you will learn how to build and deploy your own website, how to manage a website’s SEO, and what social media works best with your business model.
At the end of the course, you will be able to build a complete website using wordpress and elementor, choose and create your social channels, manage and modify website SEO and social media.
This is a non-AQF course so the certificate will not appear on a student’s USI.
50 hours over 10 weeks
1 hour per week class + 4 hours from home
Must be 18 years or older
Face to Face or Online
Session 1: Introduction, types of websites, definition of domain, hosting and other key concepts
Session 2: Domain and hosting research and setup
Session 3: Introduction to WordPress themes, builders, and plugins
Session 4: Setting up WordPress back end and configuring some plugins
Session 5: Installing and using Elementor and building a page with it
Session 6: Choosing and editing designs with Elementor and making website responsive
Session 7: Basics of SEO
Session 8: Finalising and launching the website
Session 9: Choosing, setting up, and deploying social media accounts
Session 10: Social Media Marketing and Search Engine Optimisation, and course conclusion
Enrolment fee: $100
Material fee: $150 (includes .com domain + hosting + plugins)
Tuition fees: $500 (payment plans available. Includes 1 year q&a e-mail support)
Total course fees: $750
First cohort will start in January 2021.
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