WordPress is the industry standard content management system for building professional websites.
All digi-training is tailored to your needs, so you tell us what you want to learn. We cater for all levels from beginners to advanced level. Below is a overview of what we can offer…
- The WordPress workspace
- Creating pages
- Creating blog posts
- Choosing themes
- Updating your site
- Gutenberg blocks
- Optimising images
- Installing plug-ins
- Designing for mobile
- Writing for the web
- Coding basics
- Site maintenance
- Customising your site
- Adding e-commerce
We also have experience of teaching other website builders such as Wix, Squarespace, Adobe Portfolio and Duda.
Please contact us to discuss your individual training requirements
One-to-one trainingPrices start from £45 per hour, although we prefer to teach in 2 hour blocks as we feel this makes the most of your training. Block bookings of 6 lessons or more will be eligible for a 10% discount.* Block bookings of 10 lessons or more will be eligible for a 20% discount.*
The Client: Jane’s Place, Brighton
Jane is the owner of Jane’s Place
- To gain skills in industry software: WordPress
- To be able to create and maintain own website
Before embarking on any training a free, one hour, no-obligation consultation is arranged to talk through the training and how digi-training can help. In this instance the following course of action was agreed;
WordPress training: choosing a theme, customising a theme, creating pages, installing a calendar plug-in, optimising images
In addition, digi-angels was utilised to troubleshoot and add a booking form created in Google Forms.
“I wanted to thank digi-training for helping me to create a website myself and my clients love! I booked 5 lessons with Clare to learn how to master WordPress and was impressed right from the off. She helped me think about what style of site would reflect my business and gently held my hand throughout. Her support, patience and knowledge was hugely appreciated and I felt comfortable asking her anything – from small details to bigger concepts.”
Jane Robbie, owner, Jane’s Place
Clare trained at the Glasgow School of Art, graduating with a first class degree in graphic design. She then went on to continue her education at the Royal College of Art, completing an MA in graphic design.
She has worked in the design industry for over 20 years working for a major London local authority, the Museum of London and the BBC where she was promoted to Design Manager.
She has been a tutor and freelance designer for the last 13 years, having completed her teacher training at Brighton University.