12 months unlimited access to 37 online web-design courses ranging from PHP to HTML5 and Photoshop to Flash with step-by-step instruction
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You need to know a lot about technology to design a website, because otherwise you might realize you've just been whispering blog posts into a broken food processor. Share your voice with the world with this Groupon.
$149 for an e-Careers web-design training package with 37 courses, including Dreamweaver CS4, Java, Photoshop CS4, and HTML5 (a $1,373 value)
The e-Careers web-design training package arms students with the know-how needed to build and maintain a professional website, use Photoshop to augment digital images, and create online animation. A collection of 37 web- and graphic-design courses with step-by-step instruction guide pupils through more than 500 hours of training on subjects such as PHP, Java, Dreamweaver, and Flash. Available on any computer with internet access and audio output, the in-depth courses range from 6 to 55 hours and move at the student’s own pace. A tutor support hotline gives learners added guidance and a second set of ears for practicing dramatic monologues.
e-Careers helps students flesh out their résumés and advance their careers with continuing education, available online, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The company hosts study programs that detail children’s education, web design, and most foreign languages, excluding the language of robot love. To simulate the traditional classroom experience as much as possible, a variety of courses come to life with animated content, video and audio training, and virtual laboratories. Likewise, communicative features such as discussion boards allow participants to collaborate and converse, eliminating the need to send tweets when the teacher’s back is turned.