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Web Development Career Programme

EC has partnered with Canadian company DEVBLOC to create a Web Development Career Programme to help formulate and develop skills for jobs in the tech world.



English Level: B2 – Upper Intermediate
Min 4 weeks - General English booked

Course Duration
16 weeks. Lessons on Tuesday and Thursday from 18:00 to 21:00 EST (6 hours per week)
Course start dates
  • 5th October 2021
    4th January 2022
    26th April 2022

Available In

This course is suitable for students who

  • who are interested in a fast-track career opportunity
  • who want to prepare for post-secondary education
  • who are aspiring entrepreneurs
  • who want to up-skill and gain a competitive advantage
  • who are a small business owner who want exposure for your products/services

What can you expect on this course?

Introduction to JavaScript, HTML and CSS (using a problem-based approach). Design and create increasing levels of sophistication. Create documentation to document work. Create a publicly accessible website. Submit a portfolio that maps work to learning outcomes.

Upon completion of this course student will be able to:
✓ Analyse a website’s functionality, needs and interests using a structured approach
✓ Develop dynamic websites that meet the needs and interests of specific users
✓ Ensure that HTML code and JavaScript code is wellstructured, fully standard-compliant, and easily accessible
✓ Implement JavaScript in all major browsers
✓ Use debugging strategies and debugging tools

You will receive a certificate of completion, have a final project which demonstrates their skills in a functional, real-world setting and have a readily-accessible online portfolio.

Available in: both courses are currently being offered virtually.As of January 2022, face-to-face lessons will be available in EC Toronto and EC Montreal.
Price: $325 CAD per week
Refunds & cancellation fees: Standard EC Terms & Conditions apply.


UI/UX - specialization of web design, where one deals with the controls people use to interact with a website or app, whilst the other deals with user behaviour and feeling when using the site or app. Students will learn how to make responsive controls and learn how about the “bounce” system.

Learning the difference between CSS and HTML. Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), is a programming language used to describe the structure of information on a webpage. HTML provides the structure of the page, CSS the (visual and aural) layout, for a variety of devices. Students will be writing lines of code in a (markup, not programming) language.

CSS is the language for describing the presentation of Web pages, including colours, layout, and fonts. It allows one to adapt the presentation to different types of devices; large screens, small screens, or printers.CSS is independent of HTML and can be used with any XML-based markup language. Students will learn the cascading style sheets – fonts, text, colours, backgrounds, margins, and layout.

Bootstrap is an important tool in web development. It helps the website look neat on any screen. It makes the website respond to any device. Students will learn the worlds most popular mobile-first and responsive front-end framework tool.

WEEKS 9-10
JavaScript is a developer’s best friend. With JavaScript Students will learn how to make web pages more dynamic and user-friendly so that they respond to visitors’ actions. JavaScript is the tool which makes web pages interactive.

WEEKS 11-16
Here students will be a master at JavaScript. They will also learn the programming language of libraries which are collections of prewritten codes that the user will use to optimize tasks. They will have a final project which demonstrate their skills. The portfolio will be readily accessible online.