5 things your WordPress training course is missing

1st July 2020

WordPress training courses in the UK

Some WordPress training courses are not like the others, and in this article we look at a few of the reasons we believe our training sessions and workshops stand high above the others.

Some WordPress training courses are not like the others, and in this article we look at a few of the reasons we believe our training sessions and workshops stand high above the others.

We’ve seen those poor quality, mass-marketed training courses which provide ineffective at best, and down-right incorrect guidance at worst. Our WordPress training courses are designed to give you and a small team a deeper understanding of WordPress tailored to your business.

1. Technical knowledge without the jargon

We’ve been working with WordPress since our foundation in 2006, and have a wealth of technical knowledge on WordPress, but we’re also experienced training course facilitators, and are adept at tailoring the level of information to the audience in the room. Simply, Peacock Carter’s training courses are designed to tell you what you need to know, without overwhelming you with technical jargon.

2. We use WordPress every day

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At Peacock Carter, we use WordPress every day. We’ve worked with hundreds of clients in the last 14 years who have relied on WordPress to run their business systems and boost their turnover, and we share our accumulated knowledge with you. This means you can benefit from 14 years and counting of WordPress experience!

3. Learn about search engine optimisation

Our WordPress trainers also have a knowledge of SEO (search engine optimisation) practices, allowing us to advise on structuring your website’s content for best results in search engines. This goes much beyond the depth of many basic WordPress training courses, adding true value for your organisation.

We can also add a workshop session to help you run an SEO audit on your WordPress website as part of our time with you, which provides an actionable list of improvements and suggestions you can make to your website to improve its performance in search engines such as Google and Bing. You can find out more about how SEO audits for WordPress websites work here, in a previous blog post.

4. Comparison to other content management systems

WordPress is just one content management system of hundreds out there, and Peacock Carter have had experience with many of the most popular over the years. This allows us to give you some insight in to workflows and good content management practices to ensure your business makes the most of WordPress.

5. WordPress workshop time

Unlike some WordPress training courses in the UK and elsewhere, we offer a “WordPress workshop” session at the end of your training, to allow you to recap any content you’d like to know more about, and to ask any questions the training material hasn’t covered. Many of our clients find this hugely beneficial, as it provides an opportunity to have our WordPress expert review specific areas of their websites and provide extra value in the training.

If you’d like to book a WordPress training session with Peacock Carter, please contact us on 0191 375 5713, or email hello@peacockcarter.com.