5 January, 2010 Leave a comment
This just in from the BCS:
A BCS Professional Awareness Course in collaboration with Scotland IS.
Four consecutive Tuesday evenings starting 12th January 2010, 6.30 – 8.30 pm.
Cost: £100 for BCS members and Scotland IS Members, £126 for others (both excluding VAT).
Do you want to know how to set up e-Commerce sites?
E-business varies enormously, but it is possible to learn quite quickly how to set up a website that sells physical or digital products. This course, over four evenings, is aimed at computing professionals with some knowledge of HTML, and leads to you being able to:
- Identify the key elements of an e-commerce project, some typical business models to support,
- Identify four technical options for building e-commerce solutions
- Capture essential information needed for an e-commerce project
- Implement an e-commerce prototype and estimate timescales and costs to implement a full solution
- Evaluate e-commerce prototypes
- Recognise typical pitfalls and trade offs in e-commerce development
Presenter David Oxley leads you through technical challenges such as setting up online shopping carts, secure hosting of digital content, digital rights management (DRM), credit-card transactions etc, as well as covering the broader business and customer issues that must be addressed in successful e-commerce.
The BCS Edinburgh Branch has been running Professional Awareness Courses over the years to give local professionals an introduction to new subjects. The course is open to members and non-members. BCS and Members receive a discount on the fees, as do members of ScotlandIS.
For more details and on-line booking go to: http://www.edinburgh.bcs.org/courses/ecommerce.htm
The course is one of a series of Professional Current Awareness Courses aimed at providing greater access to developing subjects for IT professionals.