Drupal Training

Drupal Module Developer

Drupal Meetup

Manifesto have collaborated with the Drupal London Developers Meetup to hold this central London based course on Thursday 5th December (venue to be confirmed), as part of Drupal Global Training Days 2019. Limited places are available, please register your interest using our online form.

The Drupal Module Developer course is designed for existing PHP or Symfony developers, who would like to start their career as Drupal developers.

As part of this course, you will learn how to create a Drupal module and interact with the application through custom pages, bespoke forms, services and hooks.

At the end of the course you will be confident with how and when Drupal modules can be used to personalise the CMS.



  • Create your first module
  • Create a route
  • Create a form
  • Alter an existing form (Hooks system)
  • Overview of “Next things you want to learn”



  • Knowledge of PHP - required
  • Existing general knowledge of Drupal - required
  • Knowledge of GIT - required
  • Knowledge of YAML syntax - nice to have
  • Knowledge of Symfony framework - nice to have


If you would like to join us, please register your interest via the form provided. Limited spaces are available; you will be contacted with further details should you be successful in securing a free place.

One of the UK’s leading Drupal development teams

Manifesto has been a leading supplier of Drupal development and support services since the agency was founded in 2011. Since then we’ve assembled a team of creative, passionate, innovative individuals who love working together and with our clients to create ideas, campaigns, products and services that drive positive change.

Dedicated supporters of open source, and Drupal in particular, our experienced developers have contributed to Drupal patches for core and contributed modules, issue queues, documentation and support via IRC.

Three of our team delivered sessions at DrupalCamp London 2019.


Gabriele Maira

Lead Drupal Developer

Gab has been working Drupal magic at Manifesto since he joined in 2015. Dedicated to giving back to the open source digital experience platform, he created (and continues to improve) the Chatbot API for Drupal 8 and he is an active contributor on Drupal.org. As an organiser of Drupal London Developers he’s working on ways to improve collaboration and sense of community between the UK’s various Drupal groups.

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