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WEB DEVELOPMENT

CDI College’s Web Development diploma program has the right training to help you start your career designing and developing web applications.

Learning from professional instructors who have years of experience in programming and app development, you’ll grow your skills quickly in small, focused classes, with plenty of time set aside for one-on-one feedback.

 

Training in HTML5, Java & JavaScript

 

A major part of becoming a successful web developer is mastering the many programming languages and software used in the field. Hands-on technical training in both traditional programming and object-oriented methodologies is the key to growing your skills.

In the Web Development diploma program, you’ll gain an understanding of the fundamentals of web development, including training in HTML5, CSS, Dreamweaver, JavaScript, PHP and MySQL, JQuery, Python, and more.

You’ll also get thorough training in advanced web technologies, with emphasis placed on integrating Node.js, MongoDB, and Angular Web Development into fully-functional web applications, and an introduction to building apps with AWS, the leading cloud computing platform.

Get the skills you need for the career you want. Start training in the Web Development diploma program at CDI College today.

This program has been approved by the registrar of the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of the Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills and Training.

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