Responsive Web Design Class at Community Business College
PRLog – March 30, 2015 – MODESTO, Calif. — To meet the changing demands brought on by more devices accessing the Internet, Community Business College (http://www.communitybusinesscollege.edu/) has launched a six-week course in Responsive Web Design (RWD).
Today’s new web design technologies demand the building of sites that are attractive, intuitive, inviting, and efficiently accessible when viewed in every possible configuration of devices and environments. This can be quite a challenge when dealing with devices that range from 4 inch smartphone screens to 80-inch high performance LED screens. In this specialized web design course, students learn to design and build fully responsive websites optimized for smartphones, tablets, and laptop/desktop viewing environments.
According to Dan Guerra, the director of Community Business College, said, “the advantages to adding a specialty class in responsive web design to the college’s catalog is it will provide our students with a head start into a trend that will continue to grow with the Internet’s changing architecture and methods of accessing online content.”
The first two classes will start April 15th and May 13th. Additional class starts will begin monthly after these two dates.
The introductory price of $ 89 for this instructor-led, online class is designed to help new students break into the field by being affordable and engaging. The classes are highly interactive and designed so that both full-time and part-time students can take them.
The addition of the distance learning Responsive Web Design (http://www.ed2go.com/ cbc123/online- courses/responsive- web…) course continues Community Business College (http://www.communitybusinesscollege.edu/ )’s initiatives to bring advanced skills training to California’s Central Valley and provide high technology training to the underserved.
About Community Business College
Community Business College has been providing training to adults for over 17 years. The school offers job placement assistance to its unemployed graduates and enrichment classes for its working graduates to meet its goal of helping students practice lifelong learning. On-ground and distance-learning vocational classes include Computer Office Specialist; HVACR Installer; Certified Medical Coder, Legal Secretary; Solar And Photovaltaic Installer; and Medical Billing And Coding.
Students attending the school are funded by veterans programs, the MyCAA military spouse scholarship program, and the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) training funding.
The school’s other enrichment programs include advanced technology training, specific software classes, Business Spanish, English As A Second Language (ESL) and certifications.
Courses on Internet technology include standard Web browser applications, (e.g. Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Chrome, and Opera), and now include a newly launched course in Cloud Computing.
The college also participates in programs which assist adult students in completing their high school diplomas (http://www.diplomacompletion.com/) and obtaining their GEDs free of charge (http://www.diplomacompletion.com/ services.htm) .
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