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Introduction to Adobe

This course will provide an opportunity for beginners to learn basic skills in specified Adobe applications.

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Course Summary

Subject Area: Creative Media (Moving Image and Audio) and Digital Multimedia
Adult and Community
Location: Joseph Wright Centre
Full Time or Part Time: PT
Level: 3
Number Of Years: 1
Interview Required?: Y
Weeks: 5
Hours: 2.00
Start: Flexible
Tuition: £75
Joseph Wright Centre

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Course Information for Students

These courses are for adults who are interested in learning skills in a range of Adobe applications, such as Photoshop and Premiere Pro. 

The courses will run for five weeks per each pathway, i.e. five weeks of Photoshop or five weeks of Premiere Pro (dependent on which one you are interested in). 

  • Introduction to Adobe Photoshop (£75) – Times/Dates TBC
  • Introduction to Adobe Premiere Pro (£75) – Times/Dates TBC

*Courses will run in the academic year of 24/25, dependent on interest.  

There are no entry requirements.

The course will cover the basics of the Adobe application you are interested in (i.e. Photoshop/Premiere Pro). There will be set activities designed to develop your skills and to help you learn about the fundamentals of the application. This will give you the basic tools and techniques to set you off to create media products of your own. 

You will learn on-site.

Some specialist equipment may be required, depending on your individual needs.  

There is no formal assessment, but feedback will be continual through discussion and advice.

The course should prepare you for personal/professional creativity. A course such as this would enable you to develop a portfolio of work or the essentials you need for marketing yourself or your business. Higher levels of these Adobe courses may be available dependent on demand.  

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Course Information Last Updated On: June 5, 2024 4:48 pm