I will be teaching another Introduction to WordPress course at Clark College Corporate and Continuing Education in Vancouver, Washington, starting Saturdays, April 27 through July 13, 2013. The class will be at the Columbia Tech Center in eastern Vancouver, just across the Columbia River off Interstate 205, just a few minutes from downtown Portland, Oregon.
The non-credit class is dedicated to learning the basics of WordPress at a slower and more comfortable pace than my WordPress college courses. The classes are designed to be smaller with more hands-on training and experience. With the smaller class size, I customize the course to the needs of the participants, personalizing each class to help students get the most out of it.
The course introduces basic WordPress terminology and techniques, focusing on content creation, management, development, and organization. It is designed specifically for three levels of WordPress users. The person new to WordPress, eager to learn how to use it, the person with a site and familiar with web publishing either switching to WordPress or wishing to improve their WordPress skills, and the long time WordPress user eager to refresh their basic skills and get concentrated work done on their site. The latter tell me this class is a “kick in their butt” when it comes to WordPress. It is ideal for the personal blogger, family history/genealogy blogger, and small business owner or employee wishing to have an active site.
Register online through their site, Clark College Corporate and Continuing Education, or by phone, 360-992-2939, or in person at the new Continuing Education offices in the West Coast Bank Building.
You will find more information on this course and other courses I teach such as WordPress college degree courses, web writing, and family history blogging in Classes and Workshops.
Online versions of these courses are in the works and will be announced soon.
These classes tend to fill up fast. I look forward to seeing you there!