According to techspawn.com, more than 25% of websites on the internet are powered by WordPress and the number is rising tremendously. If among the so many PHP frameworks, WordPress is already occupying 25% of websites built on the net, it means there are many opportunities for those with the skills or those learning it. This is for obvious reasons, WordPress contributes greatly to the growth of its users and it is easy to use.
WordPress development gives opportunities for a great number of large and small enterprises to update, edit, change or modify content of their websites in the most convenient manner.
It is for this reason that ActivSpaces in partnership with Leapfrog decided to include a WordPress Development Boot camp in her IT skill upgrade and acquisition program for young Cameroonian tech enthusiasts. Bloggers, Software Engineers, Journalists, graphic designers, Content creators and Marketers, Developers and WordPress enthusiasts will learn the A to Z of wordpress.
This training begins from January 22-25 2019, 9h:00-15h: 00 at ActivSpaces Buea, (Top Left Floor, 1st Trust Building, Great Soppo). Participation in this WordPress Development Bootcamp is free thanks, to sponsorship from Leapfrog (a German base NGO promoting IT education in Africa). Register here https://bit.ly/web-bootcamp
However, this is just one of the many events they have sponsored in Cameroon and Africa at large. Participants are required to come along with their laptops for easy follow up of what the instructor/Resource person will teach.
ABOUT RESOURSE PERSON
Valery Colong is a Software Engineer with more than 10years working experience. This tech entrepreneur is one of the co-founders of ActivSpaces and Pioneers of the Silicon Mountain community in Fako Division, South West Region of Cameroon.
Valery has made more than 10million francs CCFA just from building websites powered by WordPress for clients both home and Abroad. He has also schooled many students on WordPress and as he always says “if you explain and your grandmother does not understand, it means you haven’t explained well”.
With such an instructor, it is guaranteed participants will go home with a clear understanding of WordPress and how to best apply it to their businesses.
A Blogger needs a clear understanding of WordPress to upload his/her post, change theme and properly manage their Blogging sites. It’s no news a developer will have clients who needs websites powered by WordPress. What of graphic designers who need to design mockups for sites?
Why not sign up for this training, be you a Blogger, Software Engineer, Journalist, Graphic Designer, Developer, and WordPress enthusiasts and accelerate your business growth? Register here https://bit.ly/web-bootcamp