Start your Career as a Freelancer - Course


Start Freelance Career...

Freelancing is a type of self-employment. Instead of being employed by a company, freelancers tend to work as self-employed, delivering their services on a contract or project basis..

Course Objectives

Then here’s what to consider when setting up as a freelancer:

  • Type of legal entity to work under. To start working as a freelancer (that is, officially), you’ll need to register your business with the local government. Keep in mind that the legal entity you choose (e.g. Sole Proprietorship, Limited Liability Company) will impact the amount of taxes you have to pay, your personal liability and the amount of paperwork required — not something that should be brushed aside carelessly!

  • Paying taxes (invoicing, expenses, tax returns, etc.). Once you register your business, you’ll be legally required to file tax returns and pay taxes. Putting a robust invoicing and expense-tracking system in place from day one can prevent you from plunging into complete chaos at the end of the financial year.
  • Choosing an insurance policy for freelancers. Even if you go freelance, you should be able to enjoy the same security and peace of mind that you get when working for a company. It’s worth thinking about paying for a special health, business or income insurance for freelancers to protect yourself from the unexpected.

  • Opening a business account. In many cases, freelancers are not legally required to open a bank account, but most do it anyway. Being able to separate personal and business finances makes it significantly easier to claim expenses and work out the business profit at the end of the financial year.
  • Building a client list. Building a client list prior to going freelance is a great way of getting enough work even during the quiet times of the year. Plus, as many freelancers will testify, there’s no better way of advertising your services than getting a client referral.

  • Drafting your own freelance contract. A freelance contract is a legal document you and your client should sign before starting any work on a new project. What may seem like a boring formality at first, is actually your best way of protecting yourself against non-payment, liability and potential legal troubles. There are many freelance contract templates available online that you can download for free and adapt to your business.

Course Features

Here in this course it covers below topicks . This is project based training with real time experience after completing the course you can able to design any kind of websites using these technologies, and you can get real time projects also as well as you can get best career ever

Module One (HTML Course)

  • HTML v4 / HTML v5
  • CSS v2 / CSS v3
  • JavaScript 
  • Bootstrap
  • Tailwind CSS
  • Bootstrap libraries
  • jQuery
  • Web hosting with CPanel / FTP

Module Two (Word Press Course)

  • Introduction to PHP
  • XAMPP Server
  • WordPress 
  • WordPress Theme Customization
  • Word Press Plugin Customization
  • Word Press Installation local and live server
  • Word Press Backup & Security
  • Word Press Hosting
  • Word Press SEO.

Module Three (Freelance Career guide)

  • Creating Portfolios 
  • Building Subscriptions
  • Bid Preparation
  • Lead generation
  • Handling Leads 
  • Finding the freelance portals
  • etc ..

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