Scottish SMEs get funding for website training

Glasgow City Council funds SMEs)attending a web training course

Following a successful pilot programme, Glasgow City Council has agreed to continue funding local small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs) attending a web training course run by Glasgow design and consultancy firm NSDesign .

 

The company designs products and services ranging from initial domain name registration and web hosting, to custom web development, ecommerce systems, internet marketing and training.

 

Eligible companies will receive 50% funding towards the course, which gives participants an understanding of whats involved in designing a website, including learning how to write effective content, search engines optimisation, and web accessibility.  Everyone attending will leave with a fully working, professional, accessible website, built using the NSBuilder system.

 

The next session (run over 2 mornings) has been confirmed as the 5 and 12 September 2007, with further dates to be released later in the year.

 

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