Build a WordPress website in 2-Days

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Take control of your website.  Join the in-person 2-day Build a WordPress Website course that empowers you with the skills to create and manage a professional, customizable website tailored to your unique needs.

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Build a WordPress website in 2-Days

You Can Do This With A Clean, Fresh New Website That Is Engaging, Fast And Converts The First Visit To Your Site.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to
learn how to build your own
WordPress Website!

Next Intake October 2023 Brisbane City

Spots filling quickly! Get in early! 

Courses being held in the following locations:

Limitless customisation.

I want to dispel the myth around WordPress, NO YOU DO NOT NEED to know how to code. And, with WordPress:

By joining this course, you will master how easy it is to add on pages, change content frequently, or add in a shop, membership or blog without paying a developer or IT expert.

Are you an SME that is keen to have your creative team take charge of more than your socials and master managing your business website for you?

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Who is this course for?

Build a WordPress website in 2-Days

This is not a template or theme-based WordPress site, it is a custom build and therefore you have the power to create something truly beautiful and uniquely yours.

Note: This is not an eCommerce Site.  register here for the October eCommerce Course 

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What's Included?

In addition to learning how to build your own beautifully designed website the course includes:

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Jane Cluff Digital Marketing Experts

Your Instructor

Jane Cluff MAMI CPM BPsych, Masters Digital Marketing, is the Director and Digital Marketing Strategist & Consultant, Felicity Jane Digital.

With a passion for helping businesses understand the digital environment, especially SEO (Search Engine Optimisation), you will also walk away from the course with a deeper understanding of more than just how to build the website of your dreams.

Jane has been working in the industry for over 10 years and has been sought to teach at both TAFE, UNI and Community levels.


$1,500 +GST

Frequently Asked Questions

You don’t need any prior experience or knowledge to take this course. We’ll teach you everything from the basics, making it suitable for beginners and those new to WordPress.

The course fee is $1500 + GST, which includes all the necessary materials and resources. There are no additional fees or hidden costs.

If you would like to purchase hosting following the completion of the course this is an additional charge (annual fees approx AUD336 which includes an SSL certificate).

If you need a domain name these start at AUD17+ and are an annual fee.

Yes, by the end of the course, you’ll have created a fully functional WordPress website, including all necessary pages and functionality for your specific requirements.

The course will cover topics such as customising your design, creating pages and posts, managing menus, installing plugins, and basic SEO techniques.

After completing the course, you’ll have access to our online support forum and additional resources to help you continue learning and refining your WordPress skills.

Absolutely 🙂

You’re welcome to use your own website idea during the course.  For those who would like a little more guidance we can help there too.

The course covers both design and technical aspects of building a WordPress website, ensuring you gain a well-rounded understanding of the entire process.

We have a collection of amazing testimonials and success stories from previous students, showcasing their achievements and experiences after taking the course.  Please reach out and we’ll get them to you.

Our class sizes are limited to ensure personalised attention from the instructor.

Throughout the course, you’ll have opportunities to ask questions and receive one-on-one guidance as needed.

Hosting is like renting space on the internet for your website’s files and data. It makes sure that when people visit your website, they can see and interact with it.

There are different types of hosting services, each with its own benefits and costs. Some are like sharing a room with others, while others give you a private space or even your own house.

When picking a hosting service, think about things like how reliable it is, how much storage you get, how fast your website will load, how safe it is, and if the company offers good customer support. This helps make sure your website works well and can handle more visitors as it grows.

A domain name is like your website’s address on the internet (the URL). It’s a unique and easy-to-remember name that helps people find your website without having to memorise a bunch of numbers. The domain name has two parts: one part you can choose (like “yourname”) and another part that comes after it (like “.com”).

To use a domain name, you need to pay a yearly fee to a company that makes sure no one else is using the same name.

Having a good domain name is important because it helps people remember your website and makes it easier for them to find it online.

In Australia, there are certain legal requirements for websites to ensure they are compliant with the law and protect both the website owner and its users. NOTE: These are NOT about your physical business obligations – these are purely related to your website use.

Here’s a simple explanation of the three main elements you should consider:

  1. Privacy Policy: This is a document that explains how your website collects, uses, stores, and shares personal information from visitors. It helps ensure that you comply with the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs) under the Privacy Act 1988. Make sure your privacy policy is easily accessible on your website and clearly states how you handle user data.

  2. Disclaimer: A disclaimer is a statement that limits your liability for any inaccuracies or errors on your website. It’s important to include a disclaimer to protect yourself from potential legal issues arising from the content or advice provided on your site. The disclaimer should be visible on your website and clarify that the information presented is for general purposes only and not intended as professional advice.

  3. Terms and Conditions (T&Cs): These are the rules and guidelines that users must agree to follow when using your website. T&Cs help protect your intellectual property, outline user responsibilities, and define the relationship between you and your users. They should cover topics such as copyright, acceptable use, account termination, and dispute resolution. Make sure your T&Cs are easy to find on your website and that users understand their obligations when using your site.

Remember, it’s always a good idea to consult a legal professional when drafting these documents to ensure they meet the specific requirements for your website and comply with Australian law. and are two distinct platforms that cater to different user needs within the world of website creation. is an open-source content management system (CMS) that allows users to download the software, customize it to their liking, and host it on their own server. This grants greater control and flexibility over the website’s design, functionality, and monetization.

On the other hand, is a web-based, all-in-one hosting solution that takes care of the technical aspects such as hosting, updates, and backups. It offers a more streamlined and beginner-friendly experience but at the cost of limited customization options and a potential requirement for paid plans to access advanced features.

In essence, is ideal for users seeking full control and customization, while is perfect for those looking for a simple, hassle-free website-building experience.


Elementor Theme Builder is a powerful, user-friendly, and feature-rich WordPress plugin that allows you to create and design custom themes for your website without the need for any coding knowledge.

It provides a visual drag-and-drop interface, making it easy to design and customize every aspect of your website, from headers and footers to single posts and archive pages.

There are several reasons why you should consider using Elementor Theme Builder:

  1. Customisation: With its extensive design options and widgets, Elementor allows you to create unique and personalized themes that reflect your brand’s identity and meet your specific needs.

  2. Ease of use: The intuitive drag-and-drop interface makes it simple for users of all experience levels to build professional-looking websites without requiring any coding skills.

  3. Compatibility: Elementor works seamlessly with most WordPress themes and plugins, ensuring a smooth integration with your existing website setup.

  4. Responsive design: Elementor automatically generates responsive designs that adapt to different screen sizes and devices, ensuring your website looks great on desktops, tablets, and smartphones.

  5. Faster development: By streamlining the design process and eliminating the need for coding, Elementor significantly reduces the time and effort required to create and launch your website.

  6. Regular updates and support: The Elementor team consistently updates the plugin with new features, improvements, and bug fixes, while also providing dedicated support to help you resolve any issues or answer questions.

In summary, Elementor Theme Builder is an excellent choice for anyone looking to create a custom WordPress theme with ease, flexibility, and full control over the design and functionality of their website.

Yes, you can add a training course or workshop to your website by creating a dedicated page or section, providing all the relevant details like course/workshop description, date, time, location and pricing.

However, the process of setting up the relevant plugins to accept payments and configure the course enrolments is outside the scope of this particular course.

We do offer advanced courses to cover e-commerce and course setup and delivery.

No you don’t need a domain name for the course. You will be provided with a temporary domain name for use while you build your new website.

To present your website to your audience with your brand name you will need to purchase your own domain name.

Felicity Jane Digital uses and recommends WP Engine. 

WP Engine is a company that offers a special place on the internet for hosting WordPress websites. It’s like renting a space that’s specially made to help your WordPress website run smoothly and quickly.

They provide strong security, fast loading times for your website, and great customer support if you need help. WP Engine also handles updates and backups, so you don’t have to worry about those technical chores.

WP Engine makes it simpler to manage your WordPress website and ensures it works well for everyone who visits it.

In terms of full exposure, we are an affiliate and we do get a kickback if you use our link when signing up.

For the course you will be able to build the website in the ‘learning’ environment.  

Upon completion of the course you will have the option to either:

  1. purchase the hosting that you used during the course and then “point” your domain name (URL) to  OR
  2. If you have your own WordPress hosting you will be able to download the website that you have created during the course and upload to your own hosting space.

For the course you will build the website in the ‘learning’ environment.  

Upon completion of the course if you have your own WordPress hosting you will be able to download the website that you have created during the course and upload to your own hosting space.

Wix and WordPress are different platforms. 

You will be able to replicate the design and copy the content of your WIX website to your new WordPress website.

Yes you can add videos to your new website.  You will need to have these uploaded in either YouTube or Vimeo and have access to the ‘shareable’ link which  you will be able to embed to your new website.

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