Since its creation in March 2015, W3C’s e-learning platform W3Cx has trained more than half a million people from all over the world in Web design and development. By following W3Cx online courses, they have increased their digital skills that can lead to an exciting career in an in-demand and fast-growing field.

With this demand for Web development training, W3C has recently launched a “Front-End Web Developer” (FEWD) Professional Certificate on edX.org which consists of a suite of five W3Cx courses on the three foundational languages that power the Web: HTML5, CSS and JavaScript. Some of these courses have been developed in partnership with Microsoft, Intel and University Côte d’Azur.

The success of the W3Cx training programs underscores W3C’s commitment in creating high quality courses that help learners to develop the critical skills and actionable knowledge needed for today’s top jobs, and to develop the proficiency and expertise that employers are looking for.

W3C FEWD: https://www.edx.org/professional-certificate/front-end-web-developer-9

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