Website Tools for Online Sales introduces the topic of web management. It focusses on a number of key topics that will provide you with the skills necessary to design and manage an eCommerce website. This is a non-credit course that is delivered through six consecutive three-hour sessions, Each session will include a mix of lectures, real-world case studies and hands-on learning activities.
- Discover the various channels available for online sales
- Develop a high-level understanding of an e-commerce website infrastructure
- Understand UX Design principles and impact on customer journeys
- Evaluate and investigate available web-development platforms like Shopify, Wix, WordPress, etc.
- Experience building a website using a development platform
- Gather best practices for optimizing website performance and efficacy
- Review supporting technologies, third party plug-ins, and e-commerce automations (IoT, chat bots, virtual assistants)
This course applies towards the following certificates:
In order to successfully complete the class, learners should actively participate in class and work together to complete weekly assignments – building towards the final assignment which will comprise of a basic E-Commerce website.
This course is offered through Blackboard Collaborate. Learners will require access to a computer with high-speed internet access.
All course details can be accessed through Blackboard. A link will be provided through email and you will have access the first day of class.
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Minimum admission requirements include:
- Basic computer skills or course completion in fundamental computer applications such as Word
- Experience working with word processing, email and web browsing
- English language proficiency
- Successful completion of a secondary school diploma
Verification may be requested.