The NZ Diploma in Web Development and Design (Level 5) teaches students how to develop great websites in just one year. This programme is designed for those wishing to start their own web design business, wanting to work within an established organisation or up-skill their own level of understanding of web design. The programme takes you from determining client needs to choosing a CMS, utilising databases, designing the user experience and configuring a website.
If you are wanting flexible study, this programme only requires 2-days a week in class, with the additional option of one-on-one tutorials available when needed. This allows you to do self-directed study and part-time work. Small class sizes allow our tutors to be hands-on with their students learning.
From here, graduates can move onto the final year of our NZ Diploma in Software (Level 6), or exit with a NZ Diploma in Web Development and Design (Level 5). No University Entrance is required to enter this programme.
Fees listed are indicative only and may vary with course selection. Exact fees can be confirmed when you
enquire or apply.
* International learners are required to pay additional costs to attend one of our courses or programmes. These additional costs include medical and travel insurance cover.
Web Programming and Interface Analysis and Design
Content Management Systems and Frameworks
New Zealand Diploma in Web Development and Design (Level 5)
Our ICT programmes require you to bring your own device (BYOD) for study at Vision College
The minimum specifications required for this course:
Optional Items include:
Across our programmes we use Microsoft Windows based applications.
User experience (UX) designers design the way websites and software applications (apps) look and work, based on what users need.
Test analysts design and carry out testing processes for new and upgraded computer software and systems, analyse the results, and identify and report problems.
Information technology (IT) helpdesk/support technicians set up computer and other IT equipment and help prevent, identify and fix problems with IT hardware and software.
You will need to contact StudyLink for the answer to this. All of our programmes have been approved by the New Zealand Qualification Authority (NZQA) and, as such, all New Zealand students that enrol in a programme of study, that includes a study fee, can apply to StudyLink.
Studying for a qualification is a serious commitment, like a full-time job, so any work should be part-time. This course only requires two days in class a week, so any work you do should not interfere with these classes or study.
Yes. Out ICT programmes require you to bring your own device (BYOD) for your study at Vision College.
The device specifications can be found on the Individual Web and Software pages, and also in their Course Costs documents.