Web Page Designer

Career Outlook

Your New Career

When you become a Web Page Designer, you'll have plenty of career options. Businesses are concentrating on the web to advertise and sell their products as a valuable addition to their traditional locations. New businesses that engage exclusively in E-commerce are starting up all over the world.

As a trained Web Page Designer, you can work at an advertising agency, for a government agency, a non-profit organization, or small business. You can even start your own business, working as a consultant and choosing the clients you want to work for. In as little as seven months you can be prepared for a job on the cutting edge of technology.

The U.S. Department of Labor expects the demand for Web Designers to rise more than 13% through 2018.* That means jobs will open up for workers with the right skills. With hard work and dedication one of these great jobs can be yours.

Your New Skills

Learn the skills you need to begin a career in web design by completing the Web Page Designer training program at home.

You'll learn the important skills you need to be a Web Designer:
  • Instructional CD-ROMs to take you through the material step-by-step.
  • You'll learn how to use Dreamweaver®.
  • You'll learn how to manage and support Windows® as well as troubleshooting techniques.
  • You'll even learn how to run your own business.

Your New Diploma

Earn your Web Page Designer Career Diploma at home in as little as seven months by studying just an hour a day for your new career. Expert instructors and support staff – dedicated to helping you complete your coursework – will be just a phone call or an email away.

Get more information today, Contact us or enroll online and you could be working on your first lesson – and toward a new career – in a matter of minutes!

*Growth figures represent a ten-year period ending 2018. Source: "National Industry-Occupation Employment Matrix,” a publication of the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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