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The evolution of social media, digital arts, and the online business experience has increased the demand for Web development professionals who are comfortable operating on the cutting edge of technology and are able to navigate an ever- changing industry. Digital media and online application development integrate what were traditionally isolated industries and applications. This is creating many new opportunities and applications for Web developers. In only 6 months, the Web Development program at Centre for Arts and Technology will equip you with entry-level, in-demand, specialized training in Web scripting/programming, integration, and database connectivity. This program will give you the foundation knowledge and skills that you can use to develop your portfolio after graduation and work towards a career in this field. Some of the careers you can pursue include:
- Web Developer
- Web Support
- Interactive Designer
- Multimedia and Web Designer
KELOWNA WEB DEVELOPMENT TRAINING
DEBORAH LAMPITT-MCCONNACHIE | PROGRAM MANAGER
Deborah ‘s career encompasses fashion, film, music, television, print journalism and education at the post graduate level and has spent most of the past 30 years in London, UK (with a couple of years here and there in Los Angeles and Vancouver).
In her work, she travelled extensively to New York, Paris and Milan covering the international Ready-to-Wear and Couture designer collections for print and television. She has also worked for RCA records in LA and Island Records in the UK, directed and segment produced for a number of fashion and lifestyle programmes in the UK, worked in pop promos and feature films, and continues to write and organize fashion shoots for print magazines in Canada and the UK.
Deborah spent twelve years running BA programmes in Fashion Journalism and Music Journalism plus an MA course in Fashion And Lifestyle Journalism for the University for the Creative Arts in the UK, and in terms of events planning and co-ordination, can organize a pretty great open day, film shoot or fashion show.
KIKO CARISSE | LEAD INSTRUCTOR
"I signed a contract for a full-time graphic design position before I had even graduated. I took on tutoring, and becoming a teaching assistant to the program, as well as took on many freelance projects. I am now in the work force doing what I love, and I have honestly been able to say that I feel like I do not work. I just create - and that is what I went to CATO for. It was life changing, and the best decision I have ever made."