More and more institutions rely on web applications to create and maintain their presence on the internet, which offers the opportunity of increasing their clientele base and interacting with them more effectively and efficiently. Within the last few years, PHP has grown to be the most widespread web platform in the world, operational in more than a third of the web servers across the globe. PHP and MySQL are two powerful platforms for building database-driven web applications, enabling an institution to achieve a sustainable competitive advantage in its core functions.
This training workshop is designed to provide introductory steps into web application and maintenance.
At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:
- Identify the role of web applications in organizational success
- Identify tasks and institutional functions that should be transformed to web applications
- Apply introductory PHP programming skills to successfully build interactive, data-driven sites
- Utilize introductory MySQL database skills to build the databases that will power their sites
- Use relevant packages to maintain existing websites.
- ICT essentials
- It alignment with organization strategy
- Overview of programming and database concepts
- PHP programming skills
- MySQL database skills
- Website design
- Website management
Methodology: Lectures, discussions, syndicate work, and practical exercises. Audio-visual aids will be used to reinforce these learning methods.
Officers in it departments, researchers interested in maintaining a dynamic website of their work, managers, secretaries and personal assistants in both public and private organizations.
Mode of Assessment for Certification: 100 per cent attendance / active participation.
Contact Person: M. A. Olaniyan