Adobe Training For Schools

Having worked in web development I am very familiar with Adobe Products. So, whether it’s Photoshop, Photoshop Elements , Fireworks, Dreamweaver or Flash.  I will visit your school and teach your students or teaching staff  to learn  these programs effectively in the classroom.  Courses can last for half a day or whole days and are set at beginner to intermediate level.

Adobe Dreamweaver Training

Dreamweaver Training

Dreamweaver is Adobe’s Web Page creation software.  I can deliver an introduction to Dreamweaver,  to enable students to meet the criteria of I.T Diploma modules. Or alternatively I can train teachers how to use this software to ensure they can fully assist students.

 

Fireworks Training

Adobe Fireworks Training
An introduction to ‘Macromedia Fireworks’, is a days in which both students and teachers will learn the basic functions of the package to create graphics for web and print and allowing you to meet the criteria for I.T Diploma modules.

Adobe Photoshop Training

Photoshop Training

I can teach your students or teaching staff the basics of Adobe Photoshop & Photoshop Elements. This session introduces learners to the photoshop interface, getting to grips with, layers brushes, file formats workspaces and much more.  You will be able to import, edit images in a variety of formats and styles.

 

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Phil Gregory

Phil Gregory is a Web Marketing Consultant. Specialising in SEO, PPC and Social Media.

Previously he worked in Education as an ICT Trainer delivering I.C.T / Audio/Visual solutions for Education and Business. Connect with Phil on Social
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One Response to Adobe Training For Teachers

  1. maj says:

    Hi,

    Please can I have some information/prices on you coming to my school in hertfordshire to teach a couple of us staff how to use dreamweaver/photoshop/flash

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