Everything from business to dating to socialising happens on the internet. In recent years most of us have become accustomed to spending a great deal of our time online. New businesses have emerged thanks to the internet, new sectors and many new ways of doing the same old things. But how many of us really know how a computer works? What it takes to build a Facebook application? Or if not build one, at least know whether or not it would be possible to build. Probably a lot fewer than you might think. If you’re someone who works in digital and is looking to add more value to your company, or just someone who wants to know more about how websites are built and designed, it might be worth signing up for an introductory course. Some reputable ones in London are:
1. UBIQ Creative Training:
2. London School of Computer Education (LSCE):
3. Activia Training:
Activia offer an Introduction to HTML course that covers more than the basics of creating a website. Students of this course will learn about formatting text with HTML, adding local and remote links, adding graphics and sound, creating lists in HTML, creating tables in HTML, setting body and background attributes, web page design guidelines, and adding links to other internet services.
Those are 3 good classes to get you started. London is filled with great courses though, so if those don’t satisfy what you’re looking for keep looking around for one that does.