Graphic & Web Design Workshops

Introduction to WordPress

25% of all websites on the internet are powered by WordPress, more than any other platform. In this workshop, students will learn the power and ease of using WordPress to make their own website, whether it is for a business or hobby. Some of the topics that will be covered include design and development basics, blogging, themes, content, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), branding, categories and tags.

COAP-174 (18 Hours)
Fee: $299

  • Section MW02-Mays Landing Campus
    6 Mondays beginning Jan. 22, 2018 (Ending Feb. 26, 2018)
    5:30-8:30 p.m.

Intermediate WordPress

Prerequisite: Introduction to WordPress or previous experience with WordPress is highly recommended.

What separates great sites from average quality sites? More importantly, how do people use WordPress to create great sites? Learn about the finer points of themes, plug-ins, customization and more in this intermediate-level workshop. A self-hosted instance of is required.

COAP-161 (12 Hours)
Fee: $189

  • Section MW02-Mays Landing Campus
    4 Mondays beginning March 26, 2018 (Ending April 16, 2018)
    5:30-8:30 p.m.

Introduction to Adobe Photoshop CS6

Prerequisite: Basic computer knowledge and experience with Windows.

Students will learn how to modify and combine scanned photographs to create realistic composite images, use painting tools and blending modes, perform adjustments to contrast and color balance and use layers and filters to create special effects. Book is provided. Students must bring a flash drive to class to save files for future class and home use. Book is provided.

COAP-182 (12 Hours)
Fee: $189 (Tuition $180, Materials $9)

  • Section MW02-Mays Landing Campus, T Building
    4 Mondays beginning April 9, 2018 (Ending April 30, 2018)
    6-9 p.m.

Virtual Assistant: Social Media Marketing

Prerequisite: Unemployed or underemployed for at least six months and qualify under the Ready to Work guidelines.

This training program is designed to teach students the marketing fundamentals and skills necessary to be a successful social media marketing professional. The social media marketing module of this program prepares students with the skills to understand marketing fundamentals, align content types to specific marketing goals, use keywords to connect to an audience, boost social media through influencers and effectively use hashtags. The virtual assistant focus of this program provides instruction on the key elements students will need to prepare and market themselves and how to work remotely for employers and clients.

380 Hours
Beginning Tuesday, March 20
(Ending July 26)

Call our Program Navigator for additional information at 609-343-5655.