HTML is the “Back bone” of a webpage and as such, is an excellent starting point if you are looking to branch into designing your own web pages.

By the end of this course you will be able to design and publish them on the internet.

If you are interested in IT or want to be a web developer, HTML is the first thing you can focus on to understand the basics before progressing to further studies.

Upon completion of this course further studies may include; Javascript, Asp.Net or Information Security. Please contact one of our course advisors to enquire about further information.


Course Outline
Course Code: 
100 hours - Access for 12 months
Online & Correspondence
Statement of achievement
Lesson Structure: 
  1. Getting Started
  2. Page Layout
  3. Navigation
  4. Images and Page Weights
  5. Colour and Style
  6. Designing a Web Site
  7. Building and Testing a Web Site
  8. FTP
Aims - the learning objectives of the course: 
  • Understand the basics of HTML and create your first HTML Page
  • Explore the use of HTML tables to lay out a web page
  • Recognise the many different types of HTML links used to navigate a web page and web site.
  • Understand the importance of navigation in relation to people browsing your site
  • Learn how to add images to a web page and understand the importance of page weights and download speeds
  • Understand the web safe palette and the use of style sheets to control the look of a web page
  • To be capable of designing and planning a basic web site that satisfies client requirements
  • Understand the importance of interpreting web site specifications in the planning and construction of a web site
  • Make your web site visible to the outside world