Adobe Dreamweaver Certification - ACA
Duration: 1 hour
Cost: £175 or £75 with any course
Adobe Certification: Opening Doors of Opportunity
They say that opportunity knocks but once. Well, we politely beg to differ. With Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) certification, Docklands Media uniquely positions you for broad opportunities in today’s challenging job market. So when opportunity (cleverly disguised as a hiring manager) comes knocking—you’ll be ready.
Adobe Certified Associate (ACA): Web Authoring Using Adobe Dreamweaver
Adobe software sets the worlds standard in powerful digital design tools. And while users enjoy creative freedom and precise control in bringing high-impact digital communications to life, students who certify proficiency in Adobe software enjoy the added opportunity to prove their expertise.
Stand Out From the Crowd
The ACA certification validates your technical abilities and demonstrates proficiency. Adobe’s ACA certifications are based on research about digital communication skills required by industry, government, and education. The exam objectives reflect the expertise needed to be successful communicators in today’s digital world. This industry-recognised certification program ensures that you are acquiring the knowledge and abilities valued in today’s workplace. For institutions seeking to keep curriculum vitalised and relevant, certification plays a critical role in bridging classroom learning to real world application.
Below is a list of topics that you are expected to know before taking the Adobe Dreamweaver ACA exam:
Setting Project Requirements
– Identifying the purpose, audience, and audience needs for a website
– Web page content that is relevant to the website purpose and appropriate for the target audience
– Standard copyright rules (related terms, obtaining permission, and citing copyrighted material)
– Website accessibility standards that address the needs of people with visual and motor impairments
– Making website development decisions based on your analysis and interpretation of design specifications
– Understanding project management tasks and responsibilities
Planning Site Design and Page Layout
– General and Dreamweaver specific knowledge of best practices for designing a website, such as maintaining consistency, separating content from design, using standard fonts, and using a visual hierarchy
– Producing website designs that work equally well on various operating systems, browser versions/configurations, and devices
– Page layout design concepts and principles
– Basic principles of website usability, readability, and accessibility
– Flowcharts, storyboards, wireframes, and design comps to create web pages and a site map (site index) that maintain the planned website hierarchy
– Communicating with others (such as peers and clients) about design plans
Understanding the Adobe Dreamweaver Interface
– Identifying elements of the Dreamweaver interface
– Using the Insert panel
– Using the Property Inspector
– Using the Assets panel
– Using the Files panel
– Customising the workspace
Adding Content by Using Dreamweaver
– Hypertext Markup Language
– Defining a Dreamweaver site
– Creating, titling, naming, and saving a web page
– Adding text to a web page
– Inserting images and apply alternative text on a web page
– Linking web content using hyperlinks, email links, and named anchors
– Including video and sound in a web page
– Including animation and interactivity in a web page
– Inserting navigation bars, rollover images, and buttons created in a drawing program on a web page
– Importing tabular data to a web page
– Importing and display a Microsoft Word or Excel document to a web page
– Creating forms
Organising Content by Using Dreamweaver
– Setting and modifying document properties
– Organising web page layout with relative and absolutely-positioned div tags and CSS styles
– Modifying text and text properties
– Modifying images and image properties
– Creating web page templates
– Using basic HTML tags to set up an HTML document, format text, add links, create tables, and build ordered and unordered lists
– Adding head content to make a web page visible to search engines
– Using CSS to implement a reusable design
Evaluating and Maintaining a Site by Using Dreamweaver
– Conducting technical tests
– Identifying techniques for basic usability tests
– Identifying methods for collecting site feedback
– Managing assets, links, and files for a site
– Publishing and update site files to a remote server
The ACA exams are run on a regular basis. Please contact us to find out more about the dates and available time slots.
If you make a booking for three or more people to take the same exam, you can receive a 15% discount from the overall cost.
Education and Non-profit Organisations
If you are working for a non-profit organisation or an educational establishment, you can receive a 15% discount from the overall cost.
Training credits do not apply for certification exams.
If you book this exam at least three months in advance, you can claim 15% discount from the original price.
Students and Freelancers
We know how difficult it can be to try and self-fund a course – that’s why we introduced a 15% discount to all students and those who work as freelancers.