Focus Web Development


Become fluent in the world’s most popular programming language – Javascript – to build websites and applications.

Application Deadline

December 30, 2024


January 13, 2025




9 am-4 pm

Digital Skills Development


Live, online instruction

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About This Course

In today’s digital age, coding and logic-based skills are becoming increasingly in-demand across industries and a benefit to entrepreneurs wanting to build their own web presence. Our Web Development course is designed for Indigenous learners who want to deepen their knowledge of web development using JavaScript.

Each week throughout the course, learners will build on their understanding of coding logic and best practices, including skills such as variables, conditionals, functions, arrays, loops, objects, and more. These daily hands-on activities lead to a capstone project where learners will demonstrate their skills by building a web application.

This bridging-level course will also prepare you for our advanced-level web development course.

Learning Outcomes

  • Read and write code (JavaScript)
  • Run and loop code
  • Reuse code by creating functions
  • Have code make decisions
  • Have code take input and produce an output
  • Make code work with data structures
  • Find and fix bugs

Credentials earned upon completion

  • Certificate of Completion

You'll Gain

Specific skills and certifications toward your chosen career path.

You'll Need to Have

An internet connection and basic to proficient computer skills including; laptop operation and maintenance, video conferencing, MS office as well as some knowledge/experience within the area you’re interested in pursuing.

Job Outlook

Job titles typically held by professionals with these skills include Web Developer, Webmaster, Web Designer, and more. There are approximately 6,000 professionals working in this field in BC, earning between $16.73 and $48.08 an hour.

Learner Supports


This course is funded for Indigenous Peoples ages 18+ living in BC.


Equipment and technology required for this course is provided.

Support Team

Our caring staff are always available for 1:1 meetings.


Learners are eligible to apply for funding to cover some living expenses.

Meet Your Instructor

Elle Swampy


Member of the Samson Cree Nation
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