How much could I earn as a CSS or HTML trainer?
I live in Brighton, UK and have over 11 years web experience. I consider myself an expert in CSS and HTML and currently work as a User Experience Architect. Unfortunately I also suffer from RSI and so would like to move into teaching or training. How much could I expect to earn per hour? How would I find a job doing this and what qualifications would I need? Ok, none of this is helpful. I work for a company that specialises in job board design, I've visited them all and none advertise what I am looking for. I need to know what I can earn as a freelance trainer teaching advanced CSS or HTML. I am NOT asking how much I could earn as someone teaching IT basics to staff. If I could have found this out searching job boards I wouldn't be here!
Asked By: brightondebs - 3/6/2007
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There are a couple of problems with what you're after. First is that HTML and CSS are open standards, so there's no central authority on them that can confer credible certification. The closest you could probably come is this... More
Answered By: doerickson - 3/11/2007
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Answered By: Lord Onion - 3/6/2007
Answered By: Sex on Legs. - 3/11/2007
I would agree with Lord Onion!
Answered By: Ronnie B - 3/11/2007
Please contact me privately if you are interested in doing some freelance work.
Answered By: Carlton C - 3/13/2007
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