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The continuous advancement of the Internet has a great influence on media and design as it creates whole new ways to communicate to customers and clients, or the public in general. The World Wide Web means: people satisfying their thirst for information with the help of search engines like google, exchanging their thoughts through social media & networks, businesses marketing their products/ services using e-commerce reaching more potential consumers, writers publishing their texts more easily with the help of digital publishing & editing and journalism informing more people from more different places in real time. The usability of the web2.0 seems to have no limits. Did you ever want to learn more about copywriting, copy-editing, write/ design web pages with HTML and CSS or the different programmes offered by Adobe, e.g. Adobe Photoshop or Dreamweaver? Then the design, Internet & media training courses on Springest are interesting for you as they even go a step further and offer more specific training courses such as web design and web analytics.

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Cathy Robertson
Ethical Hacker
10
CompTIA Security+ 2011

"I paid £90 for extra textbooks when I first joined them and then called them and found out I could have got them for free! It was those kinds of things that were off-putting in the early days but it would always be a 5 star review for me which I promised I would get around too (at the end). It has taken me 8 and a half months but I went from my CompTIA A+ with them to the EC-Council Certified Ethical Hacker and am currently now employed at just under £49k (again slightly less than I was promised) but I am only working 30 hours per week from home. The team were brilliant for me every step of the way and their training was excellent. I would advise any new starters to ignore the practice labs at first, at least until getting on the Network+ / Security+ where they become more relevant, again you have to ask for the labs, they didn’t just give them to me. But overall they have been brilliant and I am now successfully in the new career that I’ve wanted for the last 4 years. As long as you put the work in, they will get you there.

Cath" - 16-07-2020 20:39

"I paid £90 for extra textbooks when I first joined them and then called them and found out I could have got them for free! It was those kind… read full review - 16-07-2020 20:39

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Full Stack Javascript Academy

"At Codaisseur there are a lot of hidden costs, fake advertisment, and promises. Though Codaisseur allowed me to change career paths in a short amount of time, I am unsatisfied with the company and feel lied to.

Of the 7 teachers, 6 of them are outstanding. The career week was a joke. The quality was poor, the career advisor was unorganized and didn't seem to care if you'd get a job or not.
During the interview process, it was promised that Codaisseur would introduce you to their partners. In the end, not one student has been introduced to their so-called 'partners'. There is also NO job guarantee at all. YOU are the one who has to apply for the jobs, Codaisseur doesn't do anything to help you. You have a weekly call with their staff, but it's more to check if you're doing what they want you to do.
There is a staggering amount of students that graduated months ago, do everything in their power to get a job, but are still unemployed. Codaisseur doesn't seem to do anything to help them besides the 'weekly calls'.

The course is fast-paced and extremely stressful. People dropped out of the course due to breakdowns from stress. These people still had to pay the whole fee of €10.802.

Codaisseur claims that you only pay the €800 admission fee and that the rest (€10.802) will be paid by your future employer. This is a lie. YOU are the one who pays the €10.802. Maybe your employer pays it directly to Codaisseur, but it will be subtracted from your salary, so in the end, you pay the €298 per month yourself, for 29 months.

During Codaisseur you have the feeling that you're supported and valued, but as soon as you graduate the course, the focus switches to the new students that just started their course.

Another thing: Codaisseur claims that they are the #1 Coding Academy of the Netherlands. This does not mean that they are the best in The Netherlands, it just means that they are the first." - 08-07-2020 12:05

"At Codaisseur there are a lot of hidden costs, fake advertisment, and promises. Though Codaisseur allowed me to change career paths in a sho… read full review - 08-07-2020 12:05

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Paul Klaver
DEVOPS Engineer
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Web Applications, Infrastructure and Security

"Very good to get a good overall overview of ING Infra. Very useful information.
The trainer kept us involved by often asking questions to specific people. That was very good to keep the attention.
Getting practical exercises is difficult when you are on Skype training, so that was not really possible." - 16-06-2020 14:18

"Very good to get a good overall overview of ING Infra. Very useful information. The trainer kept us involved by often asking questions to s… read full review - 16-06-2020 14:18