Mercer College

Middlesex College

NJ SBDC

Rutgers Internet Institute

Thomas Edison State

Learning Studio

NJIT

Dow Jones Training

New Horizons

Fairleigh Dickinson

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This article by Lynn Robbins was prepared for the January 10,

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Webmaster Careers

If you want to be successful in later life, spend time

early in your career doing something hard and lonely. This is the

advice of Jeffrey J. Fox in his well-received book "How to Become

a CEO: the rules for Rising to the Top of Any Organization"

(Hyperion,

1998). Fox thinks that you should "regularly practice something

Spartan and individualistic." Something like splitting wood or

reading Shakespeare. "But do it by yourself. This will give you

a feeling of toughness, a certain self-elitism," he promises.

"It will mentally prepare you for the battle of business."

Web design would qualify for this. It is difficult — and it is

a solitary activity. It could help you in your current job. And for

those who are chafing at their current occupation, taking web design

classes can also offer a new career. Here is the array of classes

that you can take to learn web skills.

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Mercer College

HTML Author Certificate, Fridays, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.,

starting

January 26, also offered starting Thursday, February 15, 9 a.m. to

4 p.m. Also starting April 2, Mondays and Wednesdays, 6:30-9:30 p.m.

Five or 10 sessions. Cost: $540.

Learn Hyper Text Markup language and create web documents that include

forms, frames, and tables.

Beginning Web Design, Fridays, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m., starting

February 5. Eight sessions. Cost: $480. Apply graphic design concepts

to the world wide web. Create and modify graphics using Adobe

Photoshop.

Web Graphics, Mondays and Wednesdays, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.,

starting March 19. Eight sessions. Cost: $480. Create web graphics

and add "eye-candy" to web sites — buttons, images, titles,

animated GIFs, banners, and more.

Web Administrator (Site Manager), Tuesdays and Thursdays,

6:30 to 9:30 p.m., starting February 13. Ten sessions. Cost: $660.

A certificate is awarded. Learn the technical side of the Internet —

basic Unix and NT server administration, use of FTP and Telnet,

tracing IP routing, configuring web access statistics

and addressing security issues.

Web Developer Certificate, Thursdays, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.

and Saturdays, all day, April 5 to May 12, 11 sessions. Cost: $540.

This highly technical

course is designed for people with some programming experience.

Develop

CGI scripts, PERL and JavaScript programs, and more.

Web Design Strategy, Held at the West Windsor Campus,

609-586-9446; fax, 609-890-6338; E-mail: ComEd@mccc.edu, website:

www.mccc.edu. Mondays and Wednesdays, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m., January 8

to 29, six sessions. Cost: $360. Learn the "Who, What and Why"

of web design. The course focuses on planning and strategy, site

promotion,

and effective use of search engines.

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Middlesex College

Several web courses offered on line. Study online from

your home or office. Communicate with instructor via e-mail or chat

room. Call 732-906-2556 or www.ed2go.com/middlesex.

Introduction to the Internet; Creating Web Pages; Dreamweaver;

Marketing Your Business on the Internet; CGI Programming for the Web;

Creating

Web Graphics with Paint Shop Pro; Advanced Web Pages; JAVA Programming

for the Web; JavaScript Programming for the Web; Microsoft Front Page;

Achieving Top Search Engine Positions for Your website. Courses start

February 14, March 14, April 11, or May 9, with 12 sessions over 6

weeks. Cost: $100. A letter of completion is awarded.

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NJ SBDC

E-Commerce Management, Co-sponsored with Rutgers

University

Internet Institute. Monday sessions are at the Piscataway campus,

and Wednesday sessions at Newark campus. Register online at

www.yourbizpartner.com.

Or call 800-432-1565. Mondays or Wednesdays, 6 to 9 p.m., starting

January 22, 11 sessions. Cost: Approximately $1,500 for certificate,

with individual sessions for $360 each. Certificate awarded.

Gain a foothold in the competitive online marketplace with an overview

of E-business, marketing strategies, E-technology,

security and legal issues, management and leadership, and practical

advice for entrepreneurs. The ultimate goal of the program is

quantified

online success.

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Rutgers Internet Institute

Web Developer Fundamentals. Classes are held in Piscataway

or Newark. Register online at www.internet.rutgers.edu/II or

call 732-445-7924. Several 30-hour sections scheduled from January

through May: Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday from 6-9 p.m. or

Saturday from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. or 2-5 p.m. Cost: $1,454 for most

certificates.

Create a website from scratch. This program introduces students to

the tools of the trade. Topics include HTML tags, web graphics, and

more.

Several web-related certificate programs are held in the evening or

on the weekend — available in web scripting, web graphics, Unix,

Visual BASIC, and web testing.

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Thomas Edison State

E-commerce Certificate Program, Study online. Call

609-984-1150

or go to www.tesc.edu. Sixteen-week program, May 7-August 25. Cost:

$900.

Gain skills to compete in the global marketplace — learn

to create an electronic enterprise, develop products and services,

market with electronic media, and apply basic management and marketing

skills.

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Learning Studio

Certified Internet Webmaster and Basic Internet

Fundamentals ,

classes at 4250 Route 1 North. Call 732-355-0600 or go to

www.learningstudio.com.

Tuesdays, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m., starting January 23. Ten sessions, 30

hours. Cost: $2,095. Certificate awarded, endorsed by Association

of Internet Professionals and World Organization of Webmasters among

others. Learn how the Internet works,

the fundamentals of HTML and networking, and how to conduct business

on the Internet.

Also a CIW web design program for $2,350 focusing on design software

including Dreamweaver, Flash, and Front

Page.

Web Design Site Building with HTML, Saturdays, 9:30 to

4:30 p.m., January 20 and 27. Cost: $365. Certificate awarded. Get

step-by-step instructions on building a website — HTML, site

navigation, layout controls, embedded images, image maps,

and more.

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NJIT

Web Author, given in Mount Laurel. Call 800-624-9850 or

go to njit.edu. Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., starting

February

3 or March 3, four sessions. Many NJIT courses are also offered

online.

Cost: $995. Certificate awarded.

Become a web author and publish your own site. This program covers

HTML, graphics, advanced design, multimedia. Also publishing

techniques such as meta tags and banner swapping.

Web Developer: Programming for the Web. Saturdays, 9 a.m.

to 4:30 p.m. starting April 1. Four sessions. Cost: $995. Certificate

awarded.

Become familiar with web programming — Perl, CGI,

Java, ASP, VBScript, and database management — in an introductory

level course.

Web Manager. Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., starting

April 28. Four sessions, $995. A certificate is awarded.

Understand the many roles of a web manager — web

server and site configuration and administration, FTP administration,

web scripts, gateways, forms, log file analysis, server security,

and digital commerce.

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Dow Jones Training

Creating Web Pages with HTML. Given on Route 1 at Ridge

Road. Call 609-520-5111 or go to www.dowjones.com/training. Monday

and Tuesday, January 15 and 16, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., also February 5

and 6. Two sessions. Cost: $595. Certificate awarded. Design and

publish

effective web pages. The course covers HTML, graphics and multimedia,

forms, tables, frames, and informational lists.

Dynamic HTML, Wednesday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.,

January

17 to 19, also February 7 to 9. Three sessions. Cost: $795.

Certificate

awarded. Make your website interactive using Dynamic HTML. Learn to

use the Document Object Model, cascading style sheets,

scripts that generate content at runtime, data binding techniques,

scroll bars, layering, 3D animation and XML.

Dow Jones offers several other web related courses focusing on

JavaScript,

Java, web graphics and administration.

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New Horizons

Several HTML courses and courses related to business on

the Internet are given at 100 Canal Pointe Boulevard. Call

609-452-9770

or go to www.newhorizons.com/courses. One to two day courses cost

about $245. Certificates are awarded. Courses are also offered on

disc for $69.95, or on the web; prices vary.

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Fairleigh Dickinson

Web Page Skills, at the continuing education center in

Madison. Call 800-338:3887 or go to www.fdu.edu/web-skills Tuesdays

and Thursdays, 5:45 to 9:30 p.m., starting January 16, with eight

sessions, or Saturdays all day with four sessions. Cost: $925. A

certificate

is awarded. Create web pages and use file transfer protocol software.

The course also covers tables, graphics, layout effects, and meta

statements.

Website Skills. Tuesdays and Thursdays, 5:45 to 9:30

p.m., starting February 13, also Saturdays. Eight or four

sessions. Cost: $925. Certificate awarded. Enhance your website with

frames, cascading style sheets, forms, CGI, Perl, JavaScript, and

multimedia.

Web Server Skills. Tuesday and Thursdays, 5:45-9:30 p.m.

or Saturday 9:00-5:30 p.m., starting April 13. Cost: $925. Certificate

awarded. Understand the WWW from the server perspective — domain

names, access speeds, virtual directories, security,

web database concepts, traffic analysis, Active Server Pages, XML,

and more.

— Lynn Robbins


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