Originally Posted by teedoff
Well, HTML5 and CSS3 are not yet fully supported in all browsers. So that's something to think about. Not that it cant be used now, but some work arounds for older browsers are needed.
If your company is willing to pay for your "education", lynda.com is a great place to learn. They use video tutorials and premium membership comes with all excercise files. I think its around $35 a month. Other than that, there are tons of free tutorials online to learn from.
If you want to go the in seat classroom route, I doubt you will find a class that specifically teaches HTML5. More the case is that most colleges teach older out of date methods. Not that you couldn't learn from a local community college, just giving you the facts.(since I learned from my local community college)
My company isn't willing to fund the education. So I'm left to do this myself.