Web Page Design - City & Guilds 7261-425 Level 2
What will I do on the course?
This course will enable students to plan, analyse and develop web pages. Also they will be able to manage, publish and promote web sites.
How long is the course?
The course is held at the Harold Town site in Chesham Street and lasts for 34 weeks. Attendance is for one 2 hour session every week. Two separate time slots are available: 9 - 11 a.m. or 7 - 9 p.m.
What are the entry requirements?
There are no specific entry requirements. Some previous experience of using the internet would be helpful, as would knowledge of any programing language.
How is the course assessed?
Students who successfully complete the qualifying tasks and pass a multiple choice examination will be awarded a C & G 7261-425 module certificate.
This module can be part of a C & G certificate in Information Technology.
What help will be available whilst studying at the College?
All through your course you will be helped by your subject, course and personal tutors. On many courses you will have regular reviews of your work on a one to one basis with your tutor. Extra help with Numeracy and Communications can be arranged if you or your tutor feel this would help. Most students take key skills in Numeracy, Communications and Information Technology either as part of the course or as an extra qualification.
The college has libraries and learning centres on both sites which are free to college students and which you can use to get help with assignments. You can use computers and access the Internet in these centres.
If you need help with childcare please contact the Student Guidance Centre and ask about the Heather Martin Nursery.
If you have dyslexia or problems with your sight, hearing or mobility let us know and we will arrange extra support for you.
The Student Guidance Centre can give you advice about careers, other courses and information about help with the costs of coming to college. There is a college counsellor to help if you have any personal problems.
How do I find out more about the course?
Information and advice about applying for this and other courses at Keighley College are available by contacting the Guidance Centre:
Telephone: (01535) 618600
Web site: www.keighley.ac.uk
Visit: North Street, Keighley.