I can’t recommend Micheal’s web development course highly enough. He goes through the technical side of web development in great detail with constant interactive exercises to ensure it is never dull. He was extremely helpful with any level of question and very approachable. I came out of the course with a thorough understanding of the principles and have since gone on to form my own web development company
Did a WordPress course with educated machine. While there was a mix of abilities in the room everyone was catered for. Michael has a great delivery style, friendly & engaging. He manages to make the information accessible & relevant with lots of real life examples. Would highly recommend them, great team.
We are a small family run business and we employed Micheal to set up a website for us.We found him to be so helpful and knowledgeable in helping us set up this site. His attention to detail and advice were second to none. Our site is up and running for several months now and Micheals aftersales service has been excellent. We would highly recommend Micheal.
Liam & Caroline Whelan
A Room Outside
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