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Free HTML5 Training - The Summer of Learning is Here!

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Free HTML5 Training - The Summer of Learning is Here!

It’s no secret that creative professionals who focus on digital technologies are in demand. Professionals have to proactively find training that helps them adapt their skills so that they match the rapid advance of technology. As part of our commitment to providing career advancement opportunities to the design community, we’re providing free HTML5 training through our new Summer of Learning program.

This program will help the digital, creative and marketing professionals in our network - and beyond - stay ahead of the curve by offering access to Creative Edge’s collection of HTML5-focused videos and books. Using this library, our instructor, a former Aquent client and highly respected teacher on emerging web standards, has developed a self-paced course that will leverage webinars, an online forum, and action-based assignments for students. Participants will be able to familiarize themselves with emerging Web standards and enhance their skills in order to be stronger candidates in the competitive digital job market.

In our 25-year history, Aquent has consistently been an industry-leader in identifying emerging needs in marketing and creative organizations and has worked to develop our network of talent to respond to those needs. In the early days of the web, we launched Aquent Springboard, a two-week intensive program that provided free instruction on HTML, DHTML, JavaScript, and graphic design for the web for qualified candidates.

Today, we’re thrilled to be offering this HTML5 training - that will help the next generation of web professionals rise to the demands of the industry.  We hope you’ll join us in our version of the Summer of Love, only geekier.

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