WordPress for Beginners
Learn how to build powerful websites for yourself or your clients.
One-Day Boot Camp
WordPress for beginners is perfect for anyone who's wanted to build their own website, but didn't really know how to get started. We walk you through the entire process, step by step. At the end of the day, you will have launched your own website and gained valuable skills you can use to promote your own business or build websites for clients.
Learn key skills required to launch your own website with WordPress. These skills are highly sought after by employers. These skills can also be used to launch your own web business.
This is a hands on learning boot camp. At the end of the day, you will have accomplished the following things:
- Acquired your own Internet Domain name: http://www.YourDomainName.com/
- Setup website hosting
- Install and configure WordPress Settings
- Publish content for your website.
- Launch your own website!
This is a great course for anyone who's wanted to launch their own website, yet never knew where to get started. We provide the step by step ways to get started right away.
This is a beginner's course and not intended for those with existing WordPress and web design skills.
ONE ON ONE HELP
We provide a step by step review for the entire group and then work with each individual one on one to ensure everyone has grasped each concept.
We ask that you bring a WiFi capable tablet with web browsing capabilities or preferably a laptop. Make sure your devices are charged.
- Must understand English.
- Must have experience surfing the Internet. If you can post on Facebook you can create your own website.
- Bring your own Wi-Fi laptop or tablet.
Trusted by over 1/3rd of the Internet
WordPress is the #1 CMS in the world. Over a third of all the websites in the world run on WordPress. That includes huge brands like The Wall Street Journal, Variety, Bloomberg, The New Yorker, Tech Crunch, Mercedes Benz, Walt Disney Company, Sony Music, Justin Bieber, The New York Post, Staples, Star Wars, and thousands upon thousands more.
If these big brands trust WordPress, shouldn't you at least learn how to use it?