Our next WordPress ‘website-in-a-day’ workshop will be taking place Friday 13th March at our offices in Ripley, Surrey.
Learn how to get your business online with our ‘website in a day’ workshop! We’ll teach you the basics to get you up and running in no time.
This workshop is designed to help you create your own website using WordPress.
We’ll show you how to get to grips with WordPress, including building pages, creating menus, publishing blog posts and working with plugins.
No technical knowledge is required, WordPress can be used without the need to touch any code.
Whether you need to get a small site up and running for your new business venture, or you simply want to learn more about website development, the course will give a practical insight into how WordPress can give you a great online presence.
The ticket also includes a 60 minute 1 to 1 follow-up consultation to help answer any questions about your website‘s particular requirements.
The course runs from 10am to 3pm, and the price includes tea/coffees and lunch. Please let us know in advance if you have any dietary requirements.
The course will be run by Jason Lawes, founder of Red Sentence Ltd. Jason has been designing and building websites for almost 20 years.
Places on this workshop are limited to just 5 to keep the group small, ensuring you get the most from your day. Prices include VAT (a VAT invoice will be provided).
£200 + VAT.
Agenda for the day
9.45am – 10am: Arrival and tea/coffee.
10am – 12pm: Morning session. Looking at building pages using the block editor, working with menus and widgets.
12pm – 1pm: Break for lunch (provided).
1pm – 2.30pm: Afternoon session. Looking at themes, plugins, and an overview of optimisation techniques and security.
2.30pm – 3.00pm: Q&A session.
3.00pm: Workshop ends.
Follow Up Consultation
As part of the workshop, you will receive a 60 minute follow-up 1 to 1 consultation with Jason, the date of which to be arranged at your convenience.
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