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Web Certification

The Web Certification program provides members of the University community with the training and skills needed to create and maintain Web pages in the University environment. Our certifications are built upon broadly-accepted standards and best practices. Prerequisites for each of the classes are listed in the course description in the Integrated System class listing. Exemption can be requested if you have equivalent experience by

Certification Levels

Web Basics

Completion of Web Basics Certification prepares participants to create and maintain simple but robust websites.

Web Designer

Completion of Web Designer Certification builds on the concepts presented in Web Basics courses, focusing on skills needed to create, maintain, and market more sophisticated sites.

Web Professional Development

Web Professional Development Courses provide an opportunity for continuing education in timely web development topics. (Prerequisites: unique to each course; check course listing.)

Registration/More Information

UVa Human Resources Employment Development manages registration for the Web Certification courses. Register for classes through the Integrated Systems Learning page.

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