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The Henrico County Technical Centers offer training opportunities

in the following areas for the 2010-2011 school year:


HERMITAGE TECHNICAL CENTER DESIGN,
756-3020
Air Cond., Refrigeration and Plumbing Graphic Communications
MULTIMEDIA AND
Automotive Technology
CAD - Computer-Aided Drafting
and 3D Animation
Greenhouse Management
Landscaping
Legal Systems Administration
WEB TECHNOLOGIES/
Cosmetology
Criminal Justice
Medical Systems Administration
Nail Technology PROGRAMMING
Culinary Arts Nurse Aide
Design, Multimedia, and Web
Technologies/Programming
Practical Nursing I
Precision Machining Technology
(Web Design)
(Web Design) Sports Medicine
Electricity & Cabling Telecommunications
Emergency Medical Technician Veterinary Science

HIGHLAND SPRINGS TECHNICAL CENTER


328-4075
Auto Body Repair Electricity & Cabling
Automotive Technology High Tech Academy
Carpentry Hotel and Catering
Computer Systems Technology Masonry
Cosmetology Nurse Aide
Criminal Justice Pharmacy Technician
Early Childhood Education Practical Nursing I
& Services Radio Broadcasting & Journalism

Henrico County Public Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race,
color, national origin, sex, religion, age or disability in employment or
provision of programs, services, or activities. Reasonable accommodation
will be provided upon request for individuals with disabilities.

For additional information, please contact a counselor in your school


or write or call:
Career and Technical Education Department ASSOCIATE
Henrico County Public Schools DESIGN
3751-C Nine Mile Road, Henrico, VA 23223-0420 SPECIALIST
(804) 781-1810

"Envision Becoming A
Certified Internet Webmaster"
3820 Nine Mile Road • P. O. Box 23120 • Henrico, VA 23223 06/09
www.henrico.k12.va.us
Course Outline
Design, Multimedia, and Web Course No. 6630
• Computer concepts and networking essentials
Technologies/Programming
• Internet concepts and technologies
(Web Design)
• Web Authoring/Web site creation
Advanced Design, Multimedia, and Web Course No. 6631 • Layout and design skills
Technologies/Advanced Programming • Desktop database software
(Web Design) • Database enabled web sites
Prior Computer-Related Courses and/or • Programming concepts and programming languages (for use in
Keyboarding are recommended. development of Web pages and business computer programs)
• Desktop published documents for electronic distribution
• Multimedia presentation and communication skills
Course Description
• Legal and ethical issues
Design, Multimedia, and Web Technologies/Programming (Web Design) • Web portfolio development (for use in job search)
is a two-year, 3-period program designed to offer the tools and skills students • Leadership development and employability skills
need to succeed in today’s high-technology marketplace. • Internet search engine optimization
Instruction includes: • Entrepreneurship
• Developing proficiency in Web programming specifically HyperText
Job Outlook
Markup Language (HTML), Cascading Style Sheets (CSS),
Dreamweaver CS3, CGI Programming, and Javascript. Computer-related occupations (Web developers, programmers, database
• Incorporating principles of layout and design in completing Web and administrators, network administrators, help desk professionals, digital media
desktop-published projects. specialists, and technical support technicians) will account for 8 out of the
• Developing real-world business programming and application 20 fastest growing occupations in Virginia during this decade. Job prospects
development skills using current web enabled application languages in the Information Technology (IT) field will be excellent for students who
• Refining analytical and advanced-level computer skills through can combine strong educational and technical skills with good interpersonal
innovative projects using the Internet, programming languages, and business skills. Graduates of this course are encouraged to pursue post-
multimedia/animation software, audio and video capture devices. secondary associate/baccalaureate degrees in IT/Computer Science programs
• Planning, defining and using databases. of study or technical programs leading to industry certification.
• Refining presentation skills and designing Web-development portfolios.
• Demonstrating an understanding of business ethics, copyright laws,
computer crimes and privacy issues. • This program is offered only at Hermitage Technical Center.
• Developing leadership and team-building skills through student • Students may participate in a technical internship in the
organization (Future Business Leaders of America - FBLA) activities and community, if selected.
small-group projects.
• Mastering the Certified Internet Webmaster (CIW) Site Development • Completion of this program includes opportunity for
Foundations coursework (year 1) students to receive CIW Associate Design Specialist industry
• Certified Internet Webmaster (CIW) Design Methodology & Technology certification.
coursework (year 2)