Web Design & Development Master Class

Do you want to build web pages, but have no previous experience? here is the perfect place to start. You'll begin at square one.

Register for this Course Now!

Course Preview

You are here: Courses - Computer Courses - Web Design & Development Master Class

Web Design & Development Master Class

Do you want to build web pages, but have no previous experience? here is the perfect place to start. You'll begin at square one, learning how the web and web pages work, and then steadily build from there. By the end of this course, you'll have the skills to create a simple site with multi-column pages that adapt for mobile devices.
This course is ideal for students and professionals of all backgrounds and skill levels, whether you're a beginer or brushing up on existing skills.

Participants attending this workshop will:
Review the Sacramento State Web guidelines.
Attain a beginning understanding of the Web publishing process.
Organize a sample Web site.
Learn how to evaluate a Web site.
Discover where to find Web design resources.

Workshop description
Understanding the world wide web
Web guidelines
The web process at sacramento state
Web site organization
Site structure
Working with images
Web editors
Moving your files to a web server
Web usability.

Duration: 4 weeks
Course Fee: NGN 50,000.00
Venue: Simptutor Training Center | This course could also be taken at your preferred location (extra fee may apply)
Time: Flexible

Register for this course!

You may also like.


Book keeping

Digital Graphic Design

Microsoft Word 2010 Training

Coming up Soon!

Math | Language Arts | Science | Social Studies


Counting objects, inside and outside, longer and shorter, letter names, rhyming words, and more.


Comparing numbers, names of shapes, consonant and vowel sounds, sight words, and more.

Basic 1

Adding and subtracting, tens and ones, telling time, categories, nouns, verb tense, time order, and more.

Basic 2

Place-value models, contractions, irregular plurals, plants and animals, historical figures, and more.

Basic 3

Multiplying and dividing, bar graphs, pronouns, possessives, weather and climate, geography, and more.

Basic 4

Fractions and decimals, synonyms and antonyms, fossils and rock layers, government, and more.

Basic 5

Multiplying fractions and decimals, idioms, prepositions, photosynthesis, molecules, economics, and more.

Basic 6

Ratios and percentages, variable expressions, volume, personification, Greek and Latin roots, and more.

JS 1

Proportional relationships, rational numbers, phrases and clauses, allusions, connotations, and more.

JS 2

Linear functions, the Pythagorean theorem, ellipses and dashes, active and passive voice, and more.

JS 3

 - Algebra 1Quadratic equations, scatter plots, exponents, parallel language, figures of speech, semicolons, and more.

SS 1

 - Geometry
Congruent triangles, geometric constructions, colons, word patterns, audience and tone, and more.

SS 2

 - Algebra 2
Trigonometric functions, logarithms, polynomials, supporting evidence, claims and counterclaims, and more.

SS 3

 - Precalculus & Calculus
Complex numbers, derivatives, limits, domain-specific vocabulary, writing arguments, and more.


Simptutors is fantastic. It is extremely useful in helping review and practice math and language arts. It is a great systematic approach which keeps us organized and on task.
There's something very exciting about simptutors that many children love. We are just starting to introduce codes to Activity Village and have lots more in the pipeline, coming soon!

Share This Page!

Subscribe to our Newsletter