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Website Design and Software Development, Award
This course is designed for people aged over 19 years and is broken down into 2 elements, an award in programming and an award in website design, this includes the following content areas:
Award in Programming
Learners will learn about the principles of computer programming to understand how programming works. They will develop text-based programming skills to design and develop their own computer program. The following learning outcomes will be covered:
- Understand the principles of programming
- Be able to design a program in response to a client brief
- Be able to develop a program using a text-based programming language
- Be able to test, refine, document and review the program
Award in Website Design
Learners will investigate website design and plan, design and create their own website in response to a client brief. They will test and refine the website against the client brief and review their own performance. The following learning outcomes will be covered:
- Understand website fundamentals
- Be able to design a website for an audience and purpose
- Be able to produce planning documentation for a website in response to a client brief
- Be able to create a website
- Be able to test, review and refine a website for functionality and usability
You will be assessed through practical assignments and portfolio development.
Preparing learners for the future is an integral part of everything we do at Weston College. Whether you want to bolster your employment prospects, upskill or change careers, our friendly careers staff are committed to helping students get on the right career path. As an adult learner at Weston College, you will have access to our specialist, highly qualified careers advisors who are on hand to assist you with making those important decisions about careers and course choices. Whether you need support with developing your employability skills, or you are investigating your future options, we’ll be there to help you through the process. You can also use our free-to-access Career Coach programme to provide yourself with a detailed careers assessment, which you can then talk through with one of our advisors, as well as the assessment directing you to certain courses that will help you on your career journey. As a Microsoft College all students and apprentices are given FREE access to LinkedIn Learning – an online educational platform that helps individuals discover and develop business, technology-related, and creatives skills through expert-led course videos.
Category & Subject AreaComputing and Digital Technologies Computing and Digital Technologies Courses for adults Courses for adults UWE Bristol
iAn interview is required for this course.
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