Website Design (Level 3) Course

Website Design (Level 3) Course
Course Code: UCULITWD01
Enrolment Fee: £368.75  £295.00
Format: Online
Award: Level 3
Accreditation: NCFE
Study Time: 100 Hrs
Experience: No Entry Requirements

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COURSE OVERVIEW


A distance learning course is the ideal way to gain a qualification in Web Design. Whether you're looking to go on to further education, improve your job prospects or expand your knowledge, distance learning Web Design is a flexible and convenient course, which allows you to comprehensively prepare for an exam or career through home study. What's more, because the distance learning Level 3 Website Design course is a fully comprehensive course, no prior knowledge is required.

The truth is, we are in the middle of a revolution. A technical revolution. The internet has completely changed the way we think, the way we communicate and the way we do business. Yet surf the web and you come across so many websites that are pretty useless. Either a design nightmare, difficult to navigate, or they hardly give any useful information at all. Here’s your chance to profit from these big mistakes!

Nowadays, almost anyone can throw together some sort of website using available design tools. But to design a great website, a website that works, a website that can make money.And this great course is designed to set you along the road to become an in-demand professional web designer.


 

Key TopicsWhat are the key topics?

Course Key Topics 
The Level 3 in Website Design is divided into twenty two comprehensive modules. 

Section 1 - Concentrating on HTML, giving the student a thorough grounding in HTML mark-up.

Unit 1: The internet
Unit 2: Organising files and folders
Unit 3: Email communications
Unit 4: Create your first web page
Unit 5: Hypertext links
Unit 6: The use of lists
Unit 7: Advanced HTML formatting
Unit 8: Forms and feedback
Unit 9: Tables
Unit 10: More about images
Unit 11: Frames
Unit 12: Image maps
Unit 13: Multimedia
Unit 14: More creative techniques

Section 2 - Bringing the student up to date with the latest web standards and the use of cascading style sheets. Includes an introduction to the 2 main types of web development software; a clear explanation of search engine optimisation methods that work, and information on web accessibility and usability issues. Culminates in the final assignment which requires the student to build and publish a complete web site.

Unit 15: HTML editors – introduction to TSW WebCoder
Unit 16: WYSIWYG web editors – introduction to Dreamweaver 8
Unit 17: Preparing your website for the internet
Unit 18: Publishing your website
Unit 19: Promoting your website – SEO/SEM (search engine optimisation/marketing)
Unit 20: Aesthetics
Unit 21: Web accessibility guidelines
Unit 22: Web usability basics



Student TestimonialsWhat have other students said?


"I would like to say a big thank you for providing such a great course from which I have learned so much. The course was very well structured and the support facility was unfailingly efficient and patient" - LA, Nr. Lewes, E. Sussex.

"I would like to compliment you on this course it’s really straight forward to follow (unlike other courses!!!)" - DB

"Thoroughly enjoying the Webstart course. My thanks to you all. Two hours in and all OK thus far !! Impressed by the structure of the course. Thanks," JA

"Thanks for the new information that you have sent. I am now getting on with my course nicely. I am very impressed with the support that you have given so far. Many thanks" - MP, Havant

"May I congratulate you on an excellent course so far. I have been able to solve a problem with images on my website that has baffled the guys who set it up. Being able to go into the source and understand what to do is brilliant. Looking forward to the rest". - FK, Henley on Thames.

I must say I am extremely impressed with the course, and the support that both Ian and Andrew have given me has been absolutely FIRST CLASS, both from a content point of view and from speed of response." - IGDR, Cowfold, West Sussex. 

"I have really enjoyed the course. The manual was very easy to follow which helped a great deal. I have certainly learned a lot more than I thought I would do, and I hope that the assignments and my finished site show that." - CW, Horsham, West Sussex.



 

Tutor SupportWhat support will I receive?

Home Study Tutor Support


You will be provided with comprehensive materials designed to provide you with everything required to complete your Website Design course. You will have your own personal tutor helping you with your course work and with any questions you may have. Plus you can contact our Student Advisors by email or phone for all the practical advice you may need – so we really are with you 100%.

What's more, you'll have access to the online student portal, where you can interact with other students, browse our resource library and manage your account.



AssessmentsHow will I be assessed?

Course Assessments


The Website Design course is marked through a process of continuous assessment guided by your tutor following NCFE guidelines. This means that your qualification will be awarded according to your performance on assessments rather than by taking an exam.

We send the full course out, you then read through the course in your own time and complete the assignments which you send to your tutor for marking. There is no word count for these assignments. However, one sentence answers will be rejected and you will have to re-submit it for marking.

Upon verification of the activities, exercises and assignments, a certificate of achievement will be awarded by the national awarding organisation NCFE, as confirmation that your written work has met all of the learning outcomes and assessment criteria for the programme.



Course DurationHow long will it take me to complete?

Course Duration


We recommend you spend approximately 100 hours of your time studying for the Website Design course. The pace of study is completely up to you. To give an example, if you dedicate 2 hours a week to the course it would take you a year to complete but  if you could spare 4 hours a week you could complete it in six months.

Get started today, and you can earn your Level 3 Award in Website Design in as little as six months, or take up to a year, if you prefer – the choice is yours.



 

Entry RequirementsDo I need previous experience?

Course Entry Requirements


The good news is that no prior learning knowledge or experience is essential to take this course.  This course is openly available to anyone wishing to learn more about Website Design and would like to take part in a highly rewarding home study course. We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to expand their knowledge and study further, so we try to keep our entry requirements to a minimum.

You have the freedom to start the course at any time and continue your studies at your own pace for a period of up to 12 months from initial registration with full tutor support.


 


 

Enrolment FeesHow much are the course fees?

Course Enrolment Fees


Our aim is to provide you with the best deal available, therefore the registration fee, certification fee and full tutor support is included in the course price for you. The enrolment fee for the Website Design home study course is £368.75, though for a limited time we are offering you the opportunity to pay only £295 which is a 20% discount if you enrol online and pay in full.

You can also opt for our Easy Payment Plan and enrol online today by paying a deposit of £73.75 and then 4 equal payments of £73.75 per month. The first instalment is paid about a month after you receive your course.

Payment Method
Deposit
Instalment
Total
Pay in Full (Online Version)
£295.00
N.A
£295.00
Instalment Plan (Online Version)
£73.75
£73.75 X 4
£368.75

 

Note: Instalment Plan is not available to our International Students.

 


 

Full Course SyllabusWhat will I learn?

How is the course structured? 
The Level 3 in Website Design is divided into twenty two comprehensive modules. 

Section 1 – Concentrating on HTML – giving the student a thorough grounding in HTML mark-up.

Unit 1: The internet
 
·         What is the Internet?
·         How did it come about?
·         World Wide Web
·         Accessing the Web
·         The Internet and You
·         Installing a Browser
·         Internet Providers
·         Browsing the Net
·         Favourites
·         Accessing a We Page Stored in URL
·         Printing a Web Page
·         Saving a Web Page
·         History 
 
Unit 2: Organising files and folders
 
·         Introduction and Procedure
·         Assignments Folder
·         Supporting CD ROM
·         WebEx Folder
 
Unit 3: Email communications
 
·         Reply
·         Forward
·         New Message
·         From
·         To Copy (Cc) and Blind Copy (Bcc)
·         Multiple Send
·         Subject
·         Message
·         Spell Check
·         Send
·         Sent Items
·         Deleted Items
·         Address Book
·         Sending Attachments
·         Sending Folder
·         Preferred Message
·         Save and Print Messages Received
·         Access and Store Attachments
·         Different Email Formats
·         Send/Receive All
·         Security
·         Your Email Identity 
 
Unit 4: Create your first web page
 
·         Welcome to HTML
·         View the Source Code
·         To Print the Source Code
·         How to make HTML Tags Work
·         Organising the Layout of Your Page
·         Body Attributes
·         More Control
·         Adding Images
·         Using and Image as a Background
 
Unit 5: Hypertext links
 
·         Hypertext Links Explained
·         How to Create Hyperlinks
·         Using Text as a Link
·         Using an Image as a Link
·         Open Linked Page in a New Window
 
Unit 6: The use of lists
 
·         Why do we use Links
·         The Ordered List
·         The Unordered List
·         Nested Lists
·         Definition Lists
·         Navigating with Lists – Hypertext Links & Anchors
 
Unit 7: Advanced HTML formatting
 
·         Controlling Text and Background
·         Adding Colour to Text and Background
·         Download a HEX Code Generator
·         Adding Colour to Body and Text
·         Adding Colour to Hypertext Links
·         Set the Colour for a Selection of Text
·         Setting the Font Style
·         Setting the Font Size
·         Combine the Font Attributes
·         And Alternative Way To Set the Font Size
 
Unit 8: Forms and feedback
 
·         Feedback Via Email
·         Feedback Via Forms
·         Radio Buttons
·         Check Boxes
·         Selection Menu
·         Text Boxes
·         Align the Boxes
·         Password Boxes
·         Text Areas
·         Submit the Reset Buttons
·         Create Your Own Submit Button
·         What Happens When the Submit Button Is Pressed?
·         Using a Form in a Live Web Site
·         CGI Form Handling
 
Unit 9: Tables
 
·         HTML for Tables
·         Set up Your First Table
·         Tables within Tables
·         What can be Placed in a Data Cell
 
Unit 10: More about images
 
·         Overcoming Image Loading Problems
·         Create a Heading
·         Create a Button Image
·         Selecting Colours in PSP
·         Advanced Image Placement
·         Images as a Background
·         Re-Sizing Images
·         Compression of JPEG Images
·         Displaying Photographs
·         Saving Images From the Web
·         Creating Animated Images
·         The PNG
·         Organising Files and Folders
·         Using Layers
 
Unit 11: Frames
 
·         Creating a Basic Frames Site
·         Nesting Frames
·         Not all Browsers can Display Frames
·         Formatting Options
·         Creating a Heading
·         Linking Frames
·         Confused Search Engines
 
Unit 12: Image maps
 
·         What is an Image Map?
·         Creating an Imagemap
 
Unit 13: Multimedia
 
·         Animations
·         Video
·         How to Inset a Video File
·         Sound
·         MIDI Files Explained
·         Using Sound Files
·         Obtaining Sound and Video Files
 
Unit 14: More creative techniques
 
·         Creating a ‘Splash’ Page
·         Invisible Spacers
·         Horizontal Rules-The Sequel
·         Scrolling Text
 
Section 2 – bringing the student up to date with the latest web standards and the use of cascading style sheets. Includes an introduction to the 2 main types of web development software; a clear explanation of search engine optimisation methods that work, and information on web accessibility and usability issues. Culminates in the final assignment which requires the student to build and publish a complete web site.
 
Unit 15: HTML editors – introduction to TSW WebCoder 2005
 
·         Introduction
·         HTML Editors
 
Unit 16: WYSIWYG web editors – introduction to Dreamweaver 8
 
·         What You See Is What You Get
·         Macromedia Dreamweaver CS3
·         Define a Site
·         Create a New Document
·         Adding a Style Sheet
·         Adding More Style
·         Design a Professional Stie
·         A Quick Rundown of Additional Features
 
Unit 17: Preparing your website for the internet
 
·         W3C
·         HTML 4
·         Define The Nature of the Document
·         Define the Contents of the Document
·         Meta Information
·         Meta Information for Search Engines
 
Unit 18: Publishing your website
 
·         Publishing Your Site
·         The FTP Program
·         How to Use Cute FTP
 
Unit 19: Promoting your website 
 
·         SEO/SEM (search engine optimisation/marketing)
·         Offline Options
·         Online Web Site Promotion
·         SEO/SEM
·         FAQ
 
Unit 20: Aesthetics
 
·         Site Aesthetics
 
Unit 21: Web accessibility guidelines
 
·         Web Accessibility and Why it is Important
·         Disability Discrimination (DDA)
·         Benefits of an Accessible Website
·         Accessible Forms
·         Label Prompt Text
 
Unit 22: Web usability basics
 
·         Descriptive Link Text
·         Site Map Provided
·         No Unannounced Pop-Up


 


QualificationsWhat qualifications will I receive?

Course Qualifications
This is a dual certification course. You will receive a certificate from both the College and also the National Awarding body NCFE. Fees for both are included in the course fee.


Qualification One: Website Design Diploma
Website Design  Diploma issued by the UK Learning College, entitling you to use the letters UKLC Dip after your name.


Qualification Two: Website Design Level 3 Award
This course leads to a Level 3 for successful learners. This means that it is independently accredited at a level of learning equivalent to level 3 on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) for England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

In Scotland this course leads to a Level 6 for successful learners. This means that it is independently accredited at a level of learning equivalent to level 6 on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) for Scotland.

In Ireland this course leads to a Level 5 for successful learners. This means that it is independently accredited at a level of learning equivalent to level 5 on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) for Ireland.

This course has been accredited under UKOL`s NCFE IIQ Licence and the course measurable learning outcomes have been benchmarked at Level 3 (using Ofqual’s Qualification and Credit Framework  (QCF) level descriptors) to allow you to consider the depth of study, difficulty, and level of achievement involved.

This course has been designed to meet specific learner requirements. Accreditation by NCFE is a guarantee of quality. It means that this learning programme has been scrutinised and approved by an independent panel of experienced educational professionals and is quality audited by NCFE.


About NCFE
NCFE is a registered accreditor and has a strong heritage in learning, going back over 150 years. NCFE is recognised as an awarding body by the qualification regulators ('regulators') for England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The regulators are the Office of the Qualifications and Examinations Regulator (Ofqual) in England, the Department for Children, Education, Lifelong Learning and Skills (DCELLS) in Wales and the Council for Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment (CCEA) in Northern Ireland.

 


 


Career ProspectsWhat can I do after I qualify?

Website Designer


Web designers use both creative and technical skills to build or revamp websites. They must be able to picture how a site will look (at the 'front end'), and also understand how it will work (at the 'back end').

As a web designer, you could work on anything from an interactive educational resource, to an online shopping site. Your main duties would include:

  • meeting the client to discuss what they want their site to do and who it is aimed at
  • preparing a design plan, showing the site structure and how the different parts link together
  • deciding which text, colours and backgrounds to use
  • laying out pages, positioning buttons, links and pictures, using design software
  • adding multimedia features like sound, animation and video
  • testing and refining the design and site features until everything works as planned
  • uploading the site to a server for publication online.
  • Depending on the project, you may be contracted to maintain your client's website once it is up and running.

SEE FULL CAREER PROFILE 


What's IncludedWhat do I get when I enrol?

Your course fee covers everything you will need to successfully complete the Website Design home study course and earn your diploma:


1. All textbooks, study folders, and/or online learning aids designed for distance learning
2. A full range of student services, including:

  • Tutor marked assessments (TMAs)
  • Access to the online student portal (Student Chat, Forums and Online Support Resources)
  • NUS Extra Card (discounted membership)
  • Comprehensive Study Guide & Study Plan
  • Guide to Effective Study Techniques
  • How to approach exams without fear

3. An accredited award upon successful course completion directly from the awarding body NCFE
4. One year's educational support by e-mail, post, fax or phone
5. Free postage and packaging for UK mainland students



 

Home Study ExplainedHow does home study work and is it right for me?

Distance Learning Explained


Distance Learning is a term used to describe a method of learning where you; the learner, are not physically required to be ‘onsite’ to be guided through learning materials. Learners and tutors will use methods such as email and telephone to communicate, with you deciding how, when and where you learn.
 
UK Learning College gives you the flexibility to complete our programmes as quickly or as slowly as is convenient for you. To make this possible, our learning programmes have been written and prepared in such a way that it enables you to take control over these decisions.  We also have a varied range of e-learning courses available to complement our full portfolio of distance learning courses.
 
Distance Learning allows you to develop the personal confidence and independence needed for success. Once you have become familiar with your distance learning course materials and you feel you know your way around the programme, then it is time to put together your own personal study plan to help you decide how best to study. We would advise that you write down your plan to assist you in following your timetable.
 
Although our distance learning course guides are primarily aimed at the first time user, you may already have some experience of distance learning. Whatever your experience, it is important to understand that to be a successful distance learner you need to become familiar and comfortable with the learning materials.
 
Online Learning Explained

Online learning descends from computer-based training, interactive multimedia and integrated learning centers and is the delivery of a learning, training or education program by electronic means.  With the internet boom in the mid '90s, the concept of online learning has spread broadly. 
 
Online learning or e-learning (electronic learning) is a term used to describe learning materials that are not physically provided to you, but are accessible online where you; the learner, are not physically required to be ‘onsite’ to be guided through any of these online learning materials. Learners and tutors will use methods such as email and telephone to communicate, with you deciding how, when and where you learn.
 
UK Learning College gives you the flexibility to complete our online courses as quickly or as slowly as is convenient for you. To make this possible, our online learning courses have been written and prepared in such a way that they enable you to take control over these decisions.
 
Online learning allows you to develop the personal confidence and independence needed for success. Once you have become familiar with your online course and you feel you know your way around the program, then it is time to put together your own personal study plan to help you decide how best to study. We would advise that you write down your plan to assist you in following your online course study timetable.
 
Home Study Explained

Home Study Courses are a type of learning material in the form of manuals, CD Roms, Online courses etc. where you; the learner, are not physically required to be ‘onsite’ to be guided through any of these learning materials. Learners and tutors will use methods such as email and telephone to communicate, with you deciding how, when and where you learn.
 
UK Learning College gives you the flexibility to complete our home study courses as quickly or as slowly as is convenient for you. To make this possible, our home learning courses have been written and prepared in such a way that they enable you to take control over these decisions.
 
Home study courses allow you to develop the personal confidence and independence needed for success. Once you have become familiar with your home learning course materials and you feel you know your way around the course, then it is time to put together your own personal study plan to help you decide how best to study. We would advise that you write down your plan to assist you in following your home study timetable.
 
Although our home learning course guides are primarily aimed at the first time user, you may already have some experience of home learning. Whatever your experience, it is important to understand that to be a successful home study course learner, you need to become familiar and comfortable with the learning materials.
 

 


 

Student PortalHow can I interact with other students?

Student Community

 


 

We understand that studying from home may be a new experience for you. You could even be excused for feeling a little daunted since you will not be studying in a traditional "classroom environment". To help our students overcome these concerns we have developed a friendly online student community. The Student Community encourages a high level of interaction with your tutor and other like-minded students.

All of our students receive access to the Student Community. You will be able to use the student community for the following:

  1. Access the student forum which allows you to share ideas and chat with other students.
  2. View your tutor's feedback on your marked assignments.
  3. View optional reading lists for your course (where available).
  4. Access free online games, for when you need a break from studying.
  5. View the study guide with plenty of useful hints and tips on how to get the most out of your course.

Access free courses such as: Improving Learning Skills, Job Interview Skills, The Effective Learner, Goal Setting and Time Management, Ten Tips to Complete a Good Test Paper

 


 

VISIT THE STUDENT COMMUNITY

 


 

Related CoursesI am not sure this is for me. Are there similar courses?

Related Courses
Below you will find a list of courses that previous students have taken to complement their course. We hope that this list will give you some idea of the types of progression courses we offer, or alternative course options that may be of interest to you.

 
Dreamweaver CS5 - In this course expert Debbie Berg will walk you step-by-step through all of the features and functions of Dreamweaver CS5 all the while preparing you for the ACA Web Communication Using Dreamweaver CS5 certification. Learn to import any FLV file directly into Dreamweaver and quickly integrate a player skin of your choosing......... Read More »
 
CIW WebSite Design Specialist - In this 7 session course Debbie will take you through the steps to build user friendly, interactive sites that visitors can easily navigate. You will learn important concepts about layout, color, and site planning. Explore with our expert how to use Photoshop, Flash, and Expression Web to make web sites come alive. Work with HTML, XHTML, CSS, and Div Tags........ Read More »
 
CIW Foundations Course- Learn and understand the basic points of knowledge that comprise Internet technologies. We will show you how to build basic Web pages, work with HTML/XML Code......... Read More »
 
Photoshop CS5 Course - With Photoshop CS5 course students can get all of the training they need in order to effectively and easily prepare to test their skills through the ACA Visual Communication using Adobe® Photoshop® certification exam.....Read More »
 


 

Further InformationWhat else do I need to know?

If your course is being delivered online, please ensure you meet the minimum requirements below.


For Windows:
Windows 98, 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7 - Acrobat Reader 4.0 and above

For Macintosh:
Mac OS X, Mac OS 9.2 - Acrobat Reader 4.0 and above

From time to time we may enrol our students with our partner sites; this is dependent on the number of students enrolling on a particular course and course material availability. If this happens, nothing changes for you other than the name of the college administering your course.  We will continue to be your point of contact; you will get the exact same course you have enrolled on with the same high level of quality content and support.

The course can be enrolled upon by students Internationally. There are no deadlines for enrolments.



How to EnrolHow do I enrol?


   

Step One 
It's simple - Choose from our list of 100s Accredited Courses. Click on the enrol now button to select your enrolment option

Step Two
After you enrol, Course Material will be delivered to you within 7 working days (Normally 48 Hours).

Step Three
A personal tutor and a Dedicated Support advisor will be allocated to you throughout the course.

Step Four
On successful completion of the course, You will be given a Recognised Qualification towards a successful career.


 


 

FAQsWhat are the most frequent questions?

Course Frequently Asked Questions 


Q. How does distance learning work?
To ensure studying is flexible and convenient, most of our courses are divided into sections. You work through each section at your own pace and time. Once completed, send the test paper back to your personal tutor for marking. You will then move onto the next section once successfully completing the previous section. The support period is dependent on the type of course you choose; our minimum support period is one year.
 
Q. When can I start the course?
The answer is simple, when YOU want; you can start the course at any time we do not have any set enrolment dates. Most of our courses don’t require any previous experience or qualifications. All you need is a desire and motivation to succeed. You can even start right now - call and speak to one of our Professional Course Advisors.
 
Q. How long do the courses take?
This is dependent upon your choice of course and how fast you want to learn. A full breakdown of the course is available in your course literature. We do provide estimated number of study hours; ask our course advisors for details.
 
Q. Do the courses have tutorial support?
Yes, You will be allocated an experienced tutor who will guide you through the course, mark your assignments and generally help you with any problems you may have. Your tutors can be contacted via email and post.
 
Q. If I fail an assignment can I retake it?
Yes, your tutor will ask you to resubmit your assignment and give you support as to where you could improve.
 
How do I get help with my course work?
You can get help 7 days a week by email, or post from your dedicated tutor, you just email your assignments for marking. You have to send your assignments one at a time so the tutor can mark one and give you the feedback.
 
Q. Will I get a qualification at the end?
Yes, for all our courses, you will receive a diploma or a recognised qualification from the awarding body of your course.
 
Q. Is the course work done online or sent via the internet?
No, the course work can be done offline using your PC or for paper based courses working through your course folder. 
 
Q. Is there a time limit or any deadlines?
We do like you to complete the course within the tutor support period but we can extend this for a small charge (currently £40 for 12 months). If you follow the recommended study hours, this will give you a good guide to complete the course withim the specified time period. 
 
Q. Will I have to sit an examination?
Most of our paper based courses do not require you to sit examinations, only continual assessments. Where there are examinations required, you will receive all the information you need to make your own exam arrangements. Please note exam fees are not included in your course fee, unless otherwise stated.
 
Q. How quickly will I receive my course material?
Once your payment has been received and cleared your enrolment should be processed within two days and your course materials delivered within 5 days, for customers who choose to pay in instalments this can take longer as we need a signed agreement back from you before we send the course materials.
 
Q. Do I have to buy any other materials?
Our comprehensive course materials are designed to be self-contained with all the relevant information you require to complete the course and gain the relevant certification. However some of our students undertake additional reading via relevant textbooks/study guides and/or the Internet to add value to their studies.
 
Q. I’m not sure of what course I should take? Can you help?
Yes we can, it is important that you pursue a course which you will enjoy. Although we cannot make this decision for you, we employ a team of dedicated Professional Course Advisors, who will guide you towards making the right choice. Whether you want specific information, or just a chat about what’s available, contact us now.
 
Q. Why choose UK Learning College?
The breadth and depth of our portfolio of courses means that we will have a course to interest you. We are committed to your success, and offer advice and support through every step of the process. We have a dedicated team of Professional Course Advisors that can give you access to career and recruitment advice, whilst offering excellent value and quality courses.
 
Please contact us if you have not found the answer you are looking for.
 

 


 

Contact UsI’m still not sure can you help me?

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If you would like to talk to someone about your choice of home learning course, or if you would like to discuss anything else with us please don't hesitate to call us on 0800 009 6249. You can also call us on Skype at dialgia.group

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