Well I'm pleased to say that I handed in my assignment last night as part of the assessment of the Web Page Design course, and was told by my lecturer that I have passed with 100%, a Distinction mark!
So, just nine weeks after beginning the course, which was 3.5 hours on one night a week, I've managed to obtain the City & Guilds Level 2 Qualification, so that will be going on my Curriculum Vitae as from this point onwards!
You never know it may open doors to something else in my life in the future.
What does it do right now?
Other than telling me I am competent enough to set up a website of my own, probably not much, but it's something I'm going to try and build on now, there is a Level 3 course, which includes a lot more to do with Dreamweaver, now I knew nothing about DW prior to the course, as I'd always looked at those ready made templates.
The reason for doing the course in the first place was to get to know more about the codes behind these websites, and what the hell it all means!!
At least I now know a bit about this, and will be studying a bit more through books in the next few months, as I want to develop my knowledge, if I can afford to do the Level 3 in the City & Guilds then I will, but right now, times are hard, and money is difficult to find to pay for this!
So, I can at least say that I now have a City & Guilds Qualification, and that I passed my exam with 100% marks - that's a first for me - and obtained a "Distinction" grade.
I'll keep this blog going during any further studies, or if I go back to college again to potentially do the Level 3 course.
Thanks for following up to this point!
I almost forgot, here's the link to the website we had to create:
2 years ago