PHP is one of the most robust, famous and easy to follow dynamic languages that can help you achieve great results with less effort.

This Diploma in PHP Programming is designed with the objective of presenting an introductory level knowledge of PHP Programming practices to beginners to enable the learning of PHP and Laravel framework and syntax to build dynamic web sites.

Why choose this course

  • Earn a free e-certificate upon successful completion.
  • Accessible, informative modules taught by expert instructors
  • Study in your own time, at your own pace, through your computer tablet or mobile device
  • Benefit from instant feedback through mock exams and multiple-choice assessments
  • Get 24/7 help or advice from our email and live chat teams
  • Full Tutor Support on Weekdays

Course Design

The course is delivered through our online learning platform, accessible through any internet-connected device. There are no formal deadlines or teaching schedules, meaning you are free to study the course at your own pace.

You are taught through a combination of

  • Video lessons
  • Online study materials
  • Mock exams
  • Multiple-choice assessment


Upon successful completion of the course you will be able to obtain your course completion e-certificate free of cost. Print copy by post is also available at an additional cost of 9.99 and PDF Certificate at 4.99.

Who is this course for?

Diploma in PHP Programming is suitable for anyone who want to gain extensive knowledge, potential experience and professional skills in the related field. This is a great opportunity for all student from any academic backgrounds to learn more on this subject.

Course Curriculum

Diploma in PHP Programming
Welcome to the world of programming! 00:30:00
Getting Started 01:00:00
Let’s Start Coding! 01:00:00
PHP Strings 01:00:00
PHP Variables 01:00:00
Useful Variables 00:30:00
PHP Includes & Problem Solving 01:00:00
Tip When Creating Inc Pages 00:30:00
Redirecting Using PHP 00:30:00
Multiple Conditions 01:00:00
PHP Arrays 01:00:00
PHP Loops 01:00:00
Note on PHP Math Functions: 00:30:00
Functions 01:00:00
PHP Sessions 00:30:00
Cookies 01:00:00
Introduction to MySQL 01:00:00
Making The Connection 01:00:00
Inserting Data 01:00:00
Deleting / Removing Data 00:15:00
Reference Books
Programming with PHP 00:00:00
Mock Exam
Mock Exam- Diploma in PHP Programming 00:20:00
Final Exam
Final Exam- Diploma in PHP Programming 00:20:00

Course Reviews


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  1. Average


    Reasonably useful, but several coding errors, missing text and spelling mistakes.

  2. Poorly formatted and a bit random.


    Code examples are terribly formatted:
    – They use left and right quotes instead of blockquotes. So if you’re new to PHP and simply copy and past some of the examples they’ll fail to work.
    – Every line of code is inside a paragraph html element rather than all of it being wrapped in a ‘pre’ element. Copy & pasting leads to double new lines characters.
    – There’s no syntax highlighting, the code examples just blend in with the rest of the black text. This could have been easily implemented using something like prismjs.

    To sum this up: It feels like whoever wrote this course even if they might be skilled in PHP they were not with whatever CMS uses. Poor formatting of the code make this a lot harder to follow than it should be.

    The videos rather than being something exclusive to the course are just youtube videos that are publically available to anyone – and worse by different youtubers. They don’t feel like they add any value to the course (I could have searched these up myself without ever having bought the course)

    The first real follow along part unnecessarily complicates things. It tries to teach you about file includes which is fair enough but then has you using a Google adsense code. In my opinion for any kind of course or tutorial you should limit the amount of third party services, if anyone is trying to learn PHP they’ll get to adsense when they’re ready for it. Not when you’re just being handed one of the first building blocks of programming. This ‘path’ continues with the rest, instead of making a single cohesive things it feels like they’re just handing you bits and bobs.

    And as the cherry on the top one if the exam questions is simply wrong. I assume they’ll want to fix it so I won’t mention the specifics and take up contact with them.


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