The TWD program is a hands-on practical learning program that combines current web development technologies with challenging assignments, structured projects, and industry experience. The program gives you the relevant technical skills and knowledge along with industry related business skills to succeed in today's rapidly evolving workplace.
Find out more about the topics you will cover in Program Details section.
By using a "best practices" approach to web development, you will create sites that are not only visually appealing but are also accessible, usable, and standards compliant.
Upon completion of the TWD program, you will have a publicly accessible web portfolio showcasing your work created throughout the program along with your industry project.
You will learn techniques in application development, be exposed to several current web technologies, and apply system development best practices to design and develop usable and effective web sites.
The program is delivered through classroom instruction, hands-on lab work and individual and team projects. Applicants for the Technical Web Designer program should possess sound logical and reasoning abilities, as well as good communication skills - both written and oral. Applicants should also have a working knowledge of Windows or macOS and be comfortable working with files and folders (saving, copying, moving and renaming files and folders).
Check out the current class's informal website to see a guideline to the students' schedule.
|TECHNICAL WEB DESIGNER|
|Program Location:||Downtown Vancouver
|Program Length:||6 months, Full-time
|Program Start / End:||June 01, 2020 - November 13, 2020
September 21, 2020 - March 12, 2021
January 2021 - TBA
|Total Tuition/Cost:||Learn about Tuition & Fees [PDF]
|Entry Requirements:||View Requirements|
This program is offered 3 times a year - January, May and September.
Please see tuition fees for international students.
Do you have credits from another BC/Yukon post-secondary school? Do you want to know if they transfer to courses here at BCIT? Check out BCIT's Transfer Equivalency Database to find out.
Upon successful completion of the TWD Certificate program, you will be able to:
Graduates will find careers in a variety of industries including business, finance, government, health, information technology, telecommunications and independent consulting. The majority of web designers work for computer systems design services. Depending on previous academic and work experience, career paths for graduates may include but are not limited to:
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