Curriculum Development ProcessW3C MEMBER

We ensure that you stay ahead of the curve

At Internet Academy we take great pride in being the first training institute in the industry to be certified as a W3C Member Company. W3C, or the World Wide Web Consortium, is an international organisation that is responsible for defining Global Standards for Web Development Technologies. Our constant communication and interaction with this organisation allows us to always keep our curriculum up to date and relevant.

W3C: Creating a Web of Technology


W3C is an international community where Member Organisations, a full-time staff, and the public, work together to develop Web standards for tech-based companies related to Big Data, Automotive, Security and Privacy, Web and TV, Web Payments, Mobile & Telecommunications, Digital Publishing and Accessibility, amongst others.

W3C and Internet Academy

We have members of our Research Team based at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, one of the host universities for the W3C. Our staff members also actively participate in W3C discussions and work towards developing standard education materials for the Web. Based on their feedback and input we constantly update our curricula. This ensures our grasp of the newest information.

Activities as a W3C Member

Exclusive Official W3C HTML5 Course in Japan

HTML5 has attracted the attention of various industries as a new app platform. Due to a high demand for people with this knowledge, the W3C created an HTML5 Course for the purpose of development of human resources skilled at HTML5. The Japanese version of this course is exclusive to Internet Academy in Japan.

Head of W3C Training, W3C Europe
A Message from Marie-Claire Forgue

The W3C has always endeavoured to provide a Web for All. This is one of the milestones of our organisation for the internationalisation of our course. We would like to express our thanks to our partners in Japan for making this possible.


Web development support site

A site for the Web community, launched with the collaboration of Apple, Google, Microsoft and other companies.



The W3C organises TPAC conferences where Internet Academy and other IT companies gather to discuss the future of technology.

AC Meeting

AC Meeting

In 2013, our Internet Academy Instructor stationed at the W3C addressed a gathering of new W3C Member companies at the W3C Advisory Committee Meeting.

Other Activities

  • TPAC 2009 (Santa Clara, USA)
  • TPAC 2010 (Lyon, France)
  • W3C Advisory Committee Meeting 2011 (Bilbao, Spain)
  • W3Conf 2011 (Seattle, USA)
  • TPAC 2011 (Santa Clara, USA)
  • HTML Working Group F2F Meeting (Mountain View, USA)
  • W3C Advisory Committee Meeting 2012 (Nice, France)
  • TPAC 2012 (Lyon, France)
  • W3C Advisory Committee Meeting 2013 (Tokyo, Japan)
  • TPAC 2013 (Shenzhen, China)
  • W3C Advisory Committee Meeting 2014 (Boston, USA)
  • TPAC 2014 (Santa Clara, USA)