How a Web Design & Web Development Course Would Progress My Career
Employers usually don’t mind how you gained your skills and knowledge, so long as you can demonstrate them and talk about the technical requirements of the job with confidence. New Wave Training School can provide you with the skills you need to make a positive impression on the job, and even at the interview stage in our post-course advice sessions.
Typically, web developers will go on to enhance their programming skill, while at the same time, specialising in one or two technologies and/or languages. It is important to update your skills in this industry, try your hand at new new advancements, and possibly integrate them into the company.
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Web Design & Web Development Course – Job Prospects & Career Progression
After completing our Web Design & Web Development Course, web developers in either tech companies or agencies typically begin their career path in an entry-level position before moving up the ladder into a mid-level or senior developer role.
In an agency environment, this often means more face-to-face contact with clients, even taking charge in client meetings, and spending more time working on key projects.
You may then be given the opportunity to progress to head of development, a technical lead, or lead developer. This would typically see you manage a web development team, as well as provide your thoughts and insight into the company’s goals and strategies.
From there, you can go on to become a senior, and maybe even assume a role on the board, such as technology vice president or chief technical officer (CTO).
Working for a smaller company can speed up your career progression, as you will almost certainly be required to take on more responsibility more frequently. However, progression may not follow the typical path as it would in a larger organisation.
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Course Funding Options & Frequently Asked Questions
Find out more about course funding options and answers to frequently asked questions.
19+ Advanced Learner Loan
If you are 19 or over, normally resident in England on the first day of your course, and have been living in the UK for at least the last three years, it’s highly likely you will be eligible for financial support to complete our Web Design & Web Development Course.
The government-backed Advanced Learner Loan scheme helps you build on your skills and fund the full cost of your Web Design & Web Development course with a loan of up to £2882. There are no credit checks and applications are not dependent on your household income. Plus you do not have to repay your loan until the April following completion of your learning aim and until you’re earning over £21,000 per year or more. Even if your current earnings are above this threshold, you don’t need to make any repayments until the April following your course.
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Frequently Asked Questions
For our Web Design & Web Development Course, we have numerous payment methods available, including an interest free instalment plan. Our Career Advisers are always available to go through the options with you and help you to decide which option is best for you. We advise that you discuss your circumstances with one of our career advisers who will explain your options to you in full detail.
New Wave Training School provides you with a choice of flexible and convenient methods of payment for whichever course you ultimately choose. If you are looking to enrol on the Web Design and Development Courses, you can pay the balance of the course upon enrolling. Or if you’re prefer, you can pay a 10% deposit when you enrol, with the remainder of the balance due 28 days prior to the start of the course.
There are a number of options when it comes to funding your Web Design and Development Courses. You could of course pay for the course personally, by either cash, credit card, or cheque. If that isn’t feasible, there are personal finance or Government funded options open to you. Additionally, there is a number of specialist industry schemes for those who are leaving the armed forces
Additionally, help may be available from government funded agencies such as community based projects and job centres.