Web Development Courses
With one of our online web development courses, you can explore different areas of this in-demand field.
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Study web development online
There are over 4.5 billion internet users in the world, accessing over 1.7 billion web pages. As such, the demand for those who can design, create, and maintain websites is growing. Web development skills can be useful in both your professional and personal life, whether you’re interested in coding, design, network security, or other aspects of this fascinating field.
Here, you’ll find an array of different courses, focusing on both front-end and back-end web development. Whether you’re a total newcomer to the industry or hoping to build on your existing skills, you can choose from a variety of learning opportunities.
Each of our courses is entirely online, giving you the freedom to learn whenever and wherever you want. Whether it’s with our free online courses or our ExpertTrack learning subscriptions, you can start building your knowledge today.
Gain web development certifications
If you’re looking to gain recognition as you study web development, you’ll find that our courses offer the chance to earn digital certificates upon completion. We also have many ExpertTracks that provide a detailed look at several areas closely related to web development.
Whether you want to get started with web development or boost your CV, you’ll find plenty of ways to stand out to potential employers. You can also share your digital certificates in web development with your professional network.
Build your career in web development
If you’re hoping to get a job as a developer, our web development courses are a great way to work on some of the necessary skills you’ll need. Whether you want to focus on user-facing aspects, the technology that drives web platforms, or a bit of both, there are many routes you can explore.
What’s more, working in web development could mean a lot of job security. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of web developers is projected to grow 8 percent over the next few years, much faster than the average.
Web development is often an exciting and fast-paced industry to work in, giving you the chance to work across many different disciplines. As well as connecting with many other professionals, you’ll also be working in a thriving industry, with a market size of £563 million in the UK alone.
Learn the principles of full-stack development
Whether you’re interested in database design, analytics, programming, or other areas of development, you’ll find courses that can help you work on these skills and more. Learn about the principles of cyber security, mobile web development, and building web applications.
These skills will help you develop your career in the industry. Whether as a full-stack, back-end, or front-end web developer, you can enhance your existing knowledge.
Your options for studying web development
If you’re eager to learn web development, we have plenty of options for you to choose from. With one of our short courses, you’ll get a chance to study some of the fundamentals of development over two to ten weeks. If you’re looking for an in-depth view of a particular area, our ExpertTracks subscriptions are the ideal choice.
You’ll also find several microcredentials and degree courses that cover elements of web development. These can help enhance your existing knowledge and give academic credit in some of the key areas you’ll need for a career in the industry.
What is web development?
Web development is the process of building and maintaining websites and internet applications. Web developers can work across database technologies, server-side coding, and user-side coding.
What is full-stack web development?
A full-stack developer is someone who works across the various sides of web development. They code and develop for both client-side and server-side, handling the tools and coding languages required for each.
What is front-end and back-end web development?
A front-end developer is responsible for the elements of a website or application that users see and interact with. This client-side work often involves converting web design elements into functional code. A back-end developer focuses on the servers and databases that power websites.
Which course is best for web development?
The answer to this question depends on your current level of understanding. You might want to get started with an introductory course on learning to code for the web if you’re new to the topic. If you already have some knowledge of the subject, you might want a course that looks at a particular coding language for web development.
What kind of education is required to be a web developer?
There are no specific requirements to work in web development. However, a degree or qualification in subjects such as maths and science can be useful. Ultimately, experience in the various areas of web development is crucial for getting a job in the industry.
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