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CIW Web Foundations Associate, Course 1D0-510 Online Training


CIW Web Foundations

CIW is a company with the world's fastest growing vendor-neutral Web technology education and certification programs for professionals. More than a certification or a curriculum publisher, CIW has become the educational standard adopted by academic institutions, governments and businesses worldwide for Web technology skills. CIW includes applications and competencies, but our core curriculum focuses on the foundational standards of the Web, including Web design, Web development and Web security.

Why should you Learn This Course ?
Whether you are an experienced Web professional looking for advancement opportunities or just starting out in a career in Web technologies, CIW professional certifications will help you reach your goals. Becoming a certified CIW Foundation Associate can help you reap great rewards. Many individuals have experienced greater success in their careers after enrolling in CIW courses and earning CIW certifications. CIW certifications verify that you have the skills necessary to master today's technology-driven world. And in today's tough economy, it is imperative that your abilities set you apart in the minds of the hiring managers.

Benefits of the CIW Foundations Associate Certification

  •  Demonstrates a working knowledge of Web Foundations
  •  Confirms commitment to profession 
  •  Offers a career differentiator, with enhanced credibility and marketability 
  •  Takes you beyond basic knowledge to a using the Web
What are the Prerequisites?

Basic knowledge of using the computer and Internet is very helpful.

Exam Requirements: There are many as many as 85 questions and you have 90 minutes to complete the exam, the passing score is 63%. The exam normally is computer-based multiple-questions..

Course Tutorials Include:

Course Topics: 41

Estimated Time Needed: 11.23 hour(s)

Audience: This training course is for Internet professionals seeking the skills and knowlege needed for certification as a CIW Associate. This certification is a prerequisite for all levels of specialization in the CIW program.

Course Description: This online course prepares you to take the CIW v5 Foundations (1D0-510) examination, in conjunction with hands-on practice and other self-study.

 

Course Tutorials Include:

Time: 0.33 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510: 1 IT Job Roles

Description

This course teaches you about the different IT job roles associated with the creation, development, and management of an Internet Web site.

Objectives

  • Describe Internet Web site job roles

Time: 0.48 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510: 2 Internet Access Infrastructure

Description

This course teaches you about the history of the Internet, client/server infrastructure, and the infrastructure required to access the Internet.

Objectives

  • Describe the relationship between clients and servers
  • Define Internet client access infrastructure

Time: 0.53 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510: 3 Web Browsers

Description

This course teaches you about the functions and usage of Web browsers.

Objectives

  • Identify the functions of Web browsers
  • Use Web browsers to acces the World Wide Web and other comptuer resources

Time: 0.43 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510: 4 Electronic Mail

Description

This course teaches you about different e-mail technologies and protocols used over the Internet.

Objectives

  • List e-mail technologies and protocols
  • Describe e-mail technologies and protocols

Time: 0.37 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510: 5 Networking and Internet Services

Description

This course teaches you about news clients, instant messaging, and other networking and Internet services.

Objectives

  • Describe news clients
  • Differentiate FTP-based and HTTP-based file retrieval
  • Describe Secure Shell
  • Describe Internet conferencing
  • Define network communications privacy issues

Time: 0.2 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510: 6 Communicating with Internet Technology

Description

This course teaches you about effective means of communicating with Internet technology.

Objectives

  • Explain effective Internet-based communication

Time: 0.28 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510: 7 Web Browser Customizations

Description

This course teaches you how to identify and configure user customization features in Web browsers.

Objectives

  • Configure browser preference configuration
  • Describe cookie and browser caching
  • Troubleshoot connectivity issues

Time: 0.32 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510: 8 Internet Client Security Issues

Description

This course teaches you how to protect Internet clients from viruses and other Internet-based attacks.

Objectives

  • Explain how encryption and authentication are used in the workplace
  • Describe ways to protect your computer from viruses
  • Differentiate between viruses and worms
  • List ways to protect your computer from spyware and malware

Time: 0.3 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510: 9 Web Search Engines

Description

This course teaches you how to perform Web engine searches.

Objectives

  • Use Web search engines effectively
  • Evaluate information obtained from Web search engines

Time: 0.33 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510:10 PIMs, File Transmissions, and Usage Issues

Description

This course teaches you about Internet file transmission issues, personal information management (PIM) issues, and legal and ethical issues surrounding the Internet.

Objectives

  • Devine personal information managers (PIMs)
  • Explain Internet file transmissions
  • Discuss legal and ethical issues surrounding the Internet

Time: 0.33 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510:11 Project Management Concepts

Description

This course teaches you about project management concepts as they relate to managing Internet-related projects.

Objectives

  • Describe the process for managing Internet-related projects

Time: 0.17 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510:12 Database Concepts

Description

This course teaches you about database concepts and relational vs. non-relatioinal databases.

Objectives

  • Explain essential database concepts

Time: 0.43 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510:13 Web Page Creation

Description

This course teaches you about the history of markup languages and the relationship among HTML pages, hyperlinks, and the World Wide Web.

Objectives

  • Explain the history of markup languages
  • Describe how markup lnaguages are used to create Web pages
  • Discuss how hyperlinked pages create the World Wide Web

Time: 0.25 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510:14 HTML and Graphics

Description

This course teaches you how to add images and graphical formatting to HTML pages.

Objectives

  • Use of the tag in adding images and graphical formatting to HTML pages
  • Describe the three main graphic file formats

Time: 0.18 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510:15 Web Page Design and Color

Description

This course teaches you about design and color principles for Web pages.

Objectives

  • Explain design and color principles for Web pages
  • Discuss the impact of color choices on Web pages

Time: 0.27 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510:16 HTML User-Input Forms

Description

This course teaches you how to create HTML user-input forms.

Objectives

  • Use the

Top of Form

tag and other tags associated with it

  • Explain how CGI scripts process information coming from forms

Time: 0.22 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510:17 HTML Frames

Description

This course teaches you how to create and use frames on HTML pages.

Objectives

  • Use frames on HTML pages
  • Explain the and tags

Time: 0.32 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510:18 XML and Server-Side Programming Languages

Description

This course teaches you about XML\'s functionality and its relationship to other languages.

Objectives

  • Explain the functionality of XML
  • Discuss how XML relates to server-side programming languages

Time: 0.25 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510:19 Web Site Navigation and Accessibility

Description

This course teaches you about the concepts behind designing an easily accessible and navigable Web site.

Objectives

  • Explain the necessity for stakeholder and end user input
  • Describe the accessibility standards and compliance issues
  • Elaborate on usability and browser compatibility issues

Time: 0.22 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510:20 Cascading Style Sheets

Description

This course teaches you about the usage of cascading style sheets (CSS) in formatting the appearance of Web pages.

Objectives

  • Describe the structure of cascading style sheets
  • Apply styles using cascading style sheets

Time: 0.18 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510:21 Extensible Hypertext Markup Language (XHTML)

Description

This course teaches you how Extensible Hypertext Markup Language (XHTML) is used to create Web pages.

Objectives

  • Define Extensible Hypertext Markup Language (XHTML)
  • Describe how XHTML is used to create Web pages

Time: 0.18 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510:22 Web Technologies

Description

This course teaches you about technologies that can enhance the user\'s Web experience.

Objectives

  • Explain common programming languages and file format used in Web pages
  • Differentiate push and pull technologies
  • Describe the different types of media files used on the Web

Time: 0.2 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510:23 GUI HTML-Editing Software

Description

This course teaches you about the issues behind using graphically-oriented HTML editor to create Web pages.

Objectives

  • List the established standards for GUI editors
  • Use GUI editors to validate HTML files
  • Explain the features of graphical HTML editors

Time: 0.2 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510:24 Web Site Performance Issues

Description

This course teaches you how to validate your Web documents and how to analyze your Web sites for performance.

Objectives

  • Validate Web documents
  • Estimate download times for your Web pages
  • Test your Web pages in different browsers

Time: 0.17 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510:25 Web Site Planning

Description

This course teaches you about the Web site planning and development process.

Objectives

  • Explain the necessity of site development teamwork
  • Describe the process of site plan communication, feedback, and improvement

Time: 0.2 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510:26 Web Site Development and Maintenance

Description

This course teaches you about the issues involved with Web site development and maintenance.

Objectives

  • Discuss legal issues surrounding Web site development
  • Explain site management and maintenance issues

Time: 0.2 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510:27 Oral Web Site Presentations

Description

This course teaches you about the necessity for planning and delivering oral presentations when developing Web sites.

Objectives

  • Use management and client feedback in preparing the presentation
  • List different presentation software and tools that are available
  • Present information at a Web site meeting clearly

Time: 0.3 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510:28 E-Commerce Technologies

Description

This course teaches you how to define electronic commerce (e-commerce) and related concepts and technologies.

Objectives

  • Define electronic commerce (e-commerce) terms
  • Explain electronic commercerce payment issues
  • Discuss global business issues related to e-commerce

Time: 0.27 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510:29 Database Connectivity

Description

This course teaches you about the languages and technologies used to provide database connectivity to Web sites.

Objectives

  • Describe server-side programming languages
  • Explain Common Gateway Interface (CGI) programming methodologies
  • Desribe how hyperlinked pages create the World Wide Web
  • Discuss database structures and Structured Query Language (SQL)
  • Differentiate one-tiered, two-tiered, and three-tiered applications

Time: 0.22 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510:30 Service Providers

Description

This course teaches you the benefits and drawbacks of running a Web server in-house versus contracting out to an Internet Service Provider or an Application Service Provider.

Objectives

  • Explain what an Internet Service Provider (ISP) can do for you
  • Explain what an Application Service Provider (ASP) can do for you
  • Weigh the costs and benfits of running your Web server in-house, as opposed to contracting it out

Time: 0.17 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510:31 End-User Experience / Site Creativity

Description

This course teaches you how to use custom site feature technologies to manage an end-user\'s experience and improve site creativity.

Objectives

  • Explain Web site branding issues
  • Discuss Web site corporate culture issues
  • Discuss Web site ethnic and cultural issues

Time: 0.15 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510:32 Copyright and Ethical Issues

Description

This course teaches you about copyright and ethical issues related to creating Web pages.

Objectives

  • Explain copyright issues related to creating Web pages
  • Discuss ethical issues related to creating Web pages

Time: 0.23 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510:33 Basic Data Communications

Description

This course teaches you about the basics of Internet-related data communications.

Objectives

  • Explain basic data communications
  • Describe the OSI networking model
  • Differentiate local area netowrks (LANs) and wide area networks (WANs)
  • Describe the TCP/IP suite of protocols

Time: 0.42 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510:34 Networking Hardware

Description

This course teaches you about the different types of Internet hardware and software connection devices and their configuration.

Objectives

  • Differentiate Internet networking cable types
  • Describe Internet hardware / software connection devices
  • Explain TCP/IP network addressing fundamentals

Time: 0.3 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510:35 IP Addresses

Description

This course teaches you about the relationship between IP addresses and domain names, as well as the assignment of IP addresses within a subnet.

Objectives

  • Explain IP addressing and address classes
  • Differentiate between public and private IP addresses
  • Differentiate between the IPv4 and IPv6 protocols

Time: 0.38 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510:36 Internet Servers

Description

This course teaches you about the functions and components of servers commonly used on the Internet.

Objectives

  • Discuss functionality and components of HTTP (Web) servers
  • List common Internet services and protocols
  • Evaluate the choices for Internetworking servers

Time: 0.23 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510:37 Client Performance Issues

Description

This course teaches you how to use troubleshooting tools to analyze and diagnose common performance issues affecting Internet clients.

Objectives

  • Troubleshoot IP-enabled systems
  • Tifferentiate between client-side and server-side problems
  • Troubleshoot issues with cable and ADSL modems

Time: 0.27 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510:38 Network-Aware System Maintenance

Description

This course teaches you how to perform maintenance from a network and Internet perspective.

Objectives

  • Describe network system component maintenance
  • List common network peripherals

Time: 0.33 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510:39 Network-Based Client Operating Systems

Description

This course teaches you about the fundamental elements associated with the management of modern network-based client operating systems.

Objectives

  • Discuss application licensing, startup, and failure issues
  • Explain common file systems of network-based client operating systems
  • Describe file system management tools
  • Discuss hard drive partitioning and formatting issues

Time: 0.22 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510:40 Wireless Networks

Description

This course teaches you how to configure and troubleshoot wireless networks.

Objectives

  • Explain wireless modes
  • Discuss wireless network security issues
  • Define wireless access points
  • Troubleshoot wireless connectivity issues

Time: 0.2 hour(s)

CIW Foundations 1D0-510:41 Managing IT Careers

Description

This course teaches you about career goal, job search, and resume strategies associated with an Information Technology (IT) career.

Objectives

  • Differentiate file formats available for presenting one's resume
  • Explain the importance of education in technology jobs

Discuss different career paths and jobs in the IT industry

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