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What you learn
By the end of the introductory course, you can create a Web site consisting of text and graphics. Here's what you learn on the course:
  • basic HTML (the simple language in which Web pages are created)
  • how to insert text, graphics, and photos onto a web page
  • how to lay out web pages
  • how to capture images for the Web (using a digital camera and a scanner)
  • how to edit images for the Web (using image editing software)
  • how to transfer the Web pages you create onto the Internet
  • how to use an HTML editor (a piece of software that makes writing Web pages quicker)
What you produce

During the course, one of the exercises we'll do involves creating pages for a actual Web site (normally for a local community project). You'll also create a short personal 'home page' which will end up as your 'contributor's profile' for the community web site. There is, of course, no obligation to publish anything on the web you don't want to be published!

Times and cost
  • Courses currently cost £75 waged (or £50 unwaged).
  • They take place either over a weekend (intensive) or over a series of 5 weekday evenings.
  • Venues vary according to what project we're working on, but the course normally takes place in central Brighton
  • We teach in small, friendly groups.
  • If you're interested, contact us by e-mail. Or telephone Jack Latimer on 01273 676111
What students say

Have a look at some pages about the course created by recent students. Or read some of the comments below (from a 1998 course):

  • ‘Thoroughly recommend the course…great buzz from getting finished Web pages’
  • ‘A great course, well run. The staff’s enthusiasm rubs off on us students.’
  • ‘Wonderful course! Lots of support and patience.’
  • ‘A real buzz from the pace of learning, working and achievement.’
  • ‘The course gave me confidence in an area which usually frightens me…’
  • ‘I would thoroughly recommend the course...’
  • ‘Really well organised…’