The WordPress platform itself is free to use (Open Source). But it can be daunting for those who are not comfortable with such technologies. MacGraphic’s WordPress Training can be personalised to your individual needs.
We understand how new businesses and charities may not have funds for a custom site build. For these businesses and organisations this WordPress training session is ideal.
It allows you to, not only create the site you need. But to gain the knowledge and confidence to be able to update and maintain a site that you can be proud of.
During the WordPress training session, we guide you through installing and setting up your WordPress site. Inserting your content, images and videos.
We will cover choosing and installing themes, and plugins
We can also guide you on connecting your site to your social media pages & profiles.
Search engines, such as Google love WordPress – providing it is setup correct. We will show you the best methods and tricks to keep your site on top.
Ask as many questions as you need! Once our WordPress training session finishes, you will have a functional WordPress website. Along with the confidence and know-how to keep your site updated and running smooth.
The WordPress training session can take place at your home, office or online. All you need is a suitable computer with good internet access, pen and paper for notes. And to have your content (images and text) prepared ahead of the training.
A registered domain name and hosting will be needed for your site, and we can assist and guide you with this if needed.
For a limited time, we are offering a 2-hour training session for £195. Depending on distance, travel expenses may apply – ask for details.
After the training session, we will also make ourselves available for a time. To answer any extra questions and queries.
Please Note: WordPress Training session does not include the undertaking of any custom design or coding.
Contact Mark to discuss your WordPress training session needs today.
Call or email Mark today to discuss your WordPress Training requirements