We teach individuals how to build and maintain their own websites.
Springfield, MA (PRWEB) March 17, 2015
TECHBOOTCAMPS announces an $80 weekend course that teaches entrepreneurs and small businesses how to build and maintain their own websites. The 2-day boot camp venue guarantees that each attendee will be able to develop and maintain his or her own website after the training, or their money will be refunded. The event is on April 11th and 12th from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM at the Valley Venture Mentors facility, 1500 Main Street, Springfield, MA.
"We see too many entrepreneurs and small businesses either get stymied by or struggle with the expense of building their first website presence," says Joe DiDonato, the founder of TECHBOOTCAMPS.
"For the vast majority of entrepreneurs and small businesses, the website needed may be much simpler," Mr. DiDonato went on to say. "Usually it’s a description of products, services, menus, home listings or their organization’s mission, in the case of a non-profit. At most, they need product or service descriptions, how to reach them, and possibly a simple eCommerce presence - all of which are quite easy to do with today’s technologies.”
It is to this group of entrepreneurs and small businesses that this weekend boot camp is dedicated.
Mr. DiDonato believes that the goal of a learning venue should be to help students accomplish their goals, whether it is to find a job, launch a business endeavor, or even to set the stage for a promotion. He said he also believes that learning a new topic shouldn't cost as much as a mortgage on a home. And he went on to state that he firmly believes that everyone learns at a different pace, and that the role of a learning endeavor should allow for different speeds of learning.
Joe DiDonato's background includes senior roles in education, including heading up Oracle and PeopleSoft's education, as well as helping to launch nearly twenty technology-based internet companies during his involvement with the venture community.
“To me, knowing how to build a website in today’s world is as necessary, and as easy, as it is to build an engaging PowerPoint presentation,” he added. “And that’s exactly what we want to show students with this weekend boot camp.”
If you would like to find out more about this weekend training program, please visit their website at http://www.TECHBOOTCAMPS.com/2-day.
TECHBOOTCAMPS teaches a variety of technologies, from 9-week programs that prepare students for their first job as a web developer in the Drupal arena, to entry level CMS and CMS-like courses that teach students how to work with WordPress, Yola, Weebly, WIX, Squarespace and similar technologies. TECHBOOTCAMPS uses a team of experts in each of these technologies to mentor students.
We believe that the goal of a learning venue should be to help our students accomplish their goals, whether it is to find a job, launch a business endeavor, or even to set the stage for a promotion. We also believe that learning a new topic shouldn't cost as much as a mortgage on a home. And we firmly believe that everyone learns at a different pace, and that the role of a learning endeavor should allow for different speeds of learning. For more information, please go to http://www.TECHBOOTCAMPS.com.