Learn how to create, edit and style web pages. On completion of the course, learners will be confident in the fundamentals of two key web technologies: HTML and CSS. The course leads to a
Microsoft Technology Associate qualification, which provides proof
that you are proficient in the fundamentals of front-end web design.
Whether you are looking to edit web content – such as Moodle modules, SharePoint intranet sites, blogs or e-lessons – or create your own website from scratch, having a solid understand of HTML and CSS will help to make your pages look great. And you'll have fun doing it!
COVID-19 - Flexible learning course structure
For the duration of the COVID-19 crisis, this course will run as a flexible e-learning course. Learners will have access to all the resources needed to develop their skills, and they will have the opportunity to sit the exam and gain the MTA qualification. The following adaptions to the course will be in place:
- The initial induction session will be held online through a Microsoft Teams meeting or learners can complete an anytime-induction process.
- E-lessons and practice projects continue to form the core of the course, as normal.
- Panopto video recordings of Key Concept sessions will be available.
- Tutor (and peer) support will be facilitated by the MTA Yammer group.
- MTA exam sessions will be scheduled as soon as is practically possible when university operations return to normal (i.e. when campuses open for face-to-face learning).
Read on for full course details, or sign-up below
The course consists of an initial Induction and Key Concept session, comprehensive e-learning and practice projects, more (optional) Key Concept sessions and culminates in the MTA exam.
Estimated learning time: 33–60 hours.
To sign-up for the course, choose
one initial Induction and Key Concept session:
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