It has been exciting to see the Lord blessing ITonRamp. Nathan and Joseph have been encouraged to see those in their classes learn new skills and gain confidence in using them, and in receiving very positive feedback from those participating.
I want to take a few minutes to share with you about the two upcoming courses and why I feel either one could be a benefit to your family.
HTML—Step One in Website Design, May 28th-August 3rd
It seems more and more people desire to create a website. For some families, having a website could be vital to their home business. It could mean the success (having a site) or failure (not having one) of the business.
- How does one even begin to create a website?
- How does one learn the coding behind designing a clean, crisp website?
- How do you place elements, text, and images in an eye-pleasing way, not to mention the coding behind it?
Students will study a book, learn by practical projects and assignments, watch weekly webinars, and participate in an online forum, if they so choose. This would be the perfect course for your high schooler or young adult to take this summer. The class begins in just one week, so if you’ve been thinking about enrolling in it, don’t delay!
In two weeks, Nathan’s second group of A+ students will begin. Even if you’re not planning on going into the IT field and doing computer support, this class could be highly beneficial to supporting your computers at home or in a home business. In the long run it could save you money as opposed to paying someone to fix your computer problems. You can avoid those expensive bills by fixing it yourself! If your computer is running slow, you’ll know what to do to increase its performance. For young ladies, A+ offers you a dynamic skill set to be able to have a home business or simply to enable you to bless others by helping them with their computers.
Nathan will prepare you to take the A+ tests, which, if passed, will title you as an A+ certified technician. His weekly webinars are full of practical knowledge. The books to study, projects to do, and interaction in the forums are all part of the course. We feel A+ is so valuable in knowledge, we would encourage every high school student to take it.
Not to mention both courses are mentored, giving one-on-one interaction, follow-up, and encouragement.
So, there you have it—many reasons why one should consider taking HTML or A+. I’ll step off my soapbox now.
“Prepare thy work without, and make it fit for thyself in the field; and afterwards build thine house.”
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Neat post Sarah, thank you!
We would absolutely agree that this A+ course is good! Our 15 year old son took the course in the fall, and is now certified. We highly recommend it. He is interested in the website design course also–the summer sounds like a good time for it!
I have a home event planning business and would like to have a website. I only know how to email and Facebook 🙂 Would I be able to learn to do website with HTML class or do you have to have more computer experience.? Also do you have another scheduled yet, maybe for the fall?
Thank you for the question. Although it would probably be possible to go through the course with limited computer experience. I think you would get the most out of the course if you took Computer Essentials first. There is much there that will benefit you and get you a good foundation.
We are praying about when to have the next course. I would see there is the possibility for a fall HTML course, but we will see.
It is so exciting to sit on this side of your blog and watch your ITonRamp courses take off and serve so many. It is a wonderful opportunity you offer for others to learn and build a foundation for a possible career in IT.
Blessings, Mrs. Mari
I would like to take the HTML course so that I can set up a website for our Church, but I have a question before committing to taking the class.
I work during the hours that the webinars would be featured so I wouldn’t be able to watch the webinars when they are taking place…Is it possible to watch the webinars at a later time during the week (i.e. are they recorded and posted for student reference) or would I have to be present at the time that the webinars are being held?
Thank you for your time.
Yes, they are recorded and you are able to view them at your availability and review them during the course.
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