PART-TIME | WINNIPEG LOCATIONS WEBDP-CT Web Site Development

Courses and Descriptions

Courses and Descriptions

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Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
In addition to Transfer of Credit from a recognized post secondary institution, other RPL processes are available for RPL courses. Click here for more information. For courses with no RPL, please check www.rrc.ca/rpl for additional contact information.
COMM-1142Writing for the Web
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Learn how clarity, arrangement and purpose-driven content can make your web writing more authentic and effective.

You will be introduced to sound web writing principles and discussions on how technologies, interfaces, and data are impacted by the choices you make. Exercises, assignments, and case scenarios encourage you to develop skills in captioning photos, incorporating links, writing FAQ pages and more. The projects are designed to help you learn how to organize content, define writing purpose and craft clear messages that will positively impact website visitors and their behaviour.

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COMP-1198HTML5
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Current Web development is about creating sites that look and work great across a variety of devices. In this course, you will learn how to develop website content using the Responsive Web Design approach - a design approach aimed at creating web content that adapts to work across a variety of devices from desktop computers to smart phones. You will learn how to properly structure web documents using HTML5 and how to effectively use CSS3. Throughout the course, you will use a variety of development tools for writing HTML and CSS including Sublime Text, Brackets, and Dreamweaver. In addition, you will use JavaScript and JQuery to improve the user experience and build a variety of responsive websites using the skills you learn.

Note: The tuition fee includes a $40 non-refundable software activation fee.

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COMP-1240SQL-Structured Query Language
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This course provides a basic introduction to standard Structured Query Language (SQL)

You will learn the fundamentals of SQL syntax to query, add data to, build, and protect databases. You will also learn about the development and use of SQL, about relational databases and relational database design in general, and about current topics in relational database management.

COMP-1483PhotoShop (Mac or PC) 1
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Professional digital image editing and image manipulation at its finest.  Learn the comprehensive basic program functions of PhotoShop including the use of painting and editing tools, making selections, colour correcting images, working with channels, preparing images for print. Learn many of the shortcuts and tips used by more experienced PhotoShop users.

MUME-1003Graphic Design 1
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Graphic Design is a study of basic design elements, principles and visual relationships. This exploration of creative thinking and problem solving will challenge you to produce innovative design solutions. Topics covered will include basic elements and design relationships; manipulation of two-dimensional space; graphic elements; type as a design element; analytical drawing and graphic simplification.

MUME-1012Digital AV Production - Intro
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This course will give you the knowledge and insight into video production. Learn to compose the perfect shot, with proper lighting and clear audio. This introductory course provides a hands-on learning environment that explores digital production from storyboarding to credits, and everything in-between.

MUME-1047Dreamweaver (Mac or PC) 1
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Using Macromedia Dreamweaver, you will learn how to plan and create websites; use and manage graphics; create links and navigation bars; use tables for basic layout; and, work with frames. A strong design focus runs throughout the course, teaching you how to apply smart design principles to your websites.

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MUME-1085Illustrator (Mac or PC) 1
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You are given expert control over the creation of colour and black-and-white graphics. Learn to create innovative typographical solutions, use Bezier technology, enter text, rotate, mirror, duplicate, auto trace, scan and export images to other applications.

MUME-1350JavaScript 1
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Increase the complexity and interactivity of web pages by learning JavaScript basics through a "hands-on" approach within HTML documents. JavaScript uses plain text and does not require the use of a compiler to be processed by the web browser. You will design Javascript applications for websites that control data types, and variables; functions and methods; decisions, loops and functions; function scripts and components; and forms. Browser incompatibility issues will also be addressed.

A laptop is required for this course.

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MUME-1633Web Site Development - Intro
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Explore the fundamentals of web site development, the origins of the Internet, the latest web technologies, communication theory, hypertext markup language (HTML) and project management. Apply the theory and concepts as you learn to build a personal web site proposal in a team environment.

MUME-1634PHP for Web Development
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Increase the complexity and interactivity of web pages by learning PHP basics through a hands-on approach within HTML documents. You will learn to design PHP applications for websites that control data, utilize a mySQL database, send server side email and incorporate AJAX.

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MUME-2073Graphic Design 2
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Graphic Design 2 is part of the study of the fundamentals of Graphic Design. You will be presented with value and colour theory, technical applications of color, psychological effects of color and color harmony. Practical experience will be gained through projects that explore abstract graphic manipulations of value and color.

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MUME-2112PhotoShop (Mac or PC) 2
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Receive instruction in advanced creative image manipulation, experimental illustrative techniques and prepress operations. Delve into some of the more complex operational features of this software program.

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PROJ-1030Project Management FundamentalsRPL
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Study the fundamental aspects and principles of project management including life cycle, integration, planning, organization and communication. Learn about work breakdown structures, diagramming, cost management and resource allocation. Examine today’s issues affecting project management including risk management, quality, conflict, and team building.

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