Full Day Beginners' PhotoShop Course for €99 at IACT (86% Off)
- Specialist computer training company founded in 1993
- Clients include a range of Fortune 500 companies
- Dublin 2 location
- Accredited course with certificate upon completion
- Series of practical exercises
- Learn to import and manipulate images, work with colour for print production, work with layers for professional results
- Suitable for both Apple Mac and Microsoft Windows
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required online at http://www.iact.ie/2012/04/12/groupon-photoshop-course/. IACT certificate awarded upon successful completion. Photoshop software and exam not included. Original values verified 4 April 2012 at 6.49pm.
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Ctrl, Alt, Delete may work well when computers aren’t behaving, but pushing a person’s buttons may result in back lash. Re-boot your computer skills with today’s Groupon: €99 for a full day classroom-based introduction to PhotoShop beginners' course at IACT.
One of Ireland’s largest and most experienced IT training companies, IACT have been providing computer training since 1993 when chunky monitors roamed the earth. These computer gurus provide bespoke and customised training, with clients including a number of Fortune 500 companies. The range of training options include classroom training, blended online learning, multimedia CD training, and hi-tech iLive Learning, in which teachers live stream demonstrations to students’ computers.
A one day course aims to transform technophobes into graphic design gurus, covering many aspects of the design process from importing images with scanners and photo-CD to colour correction, drawing and 3D modelling effects. Students will unravel the many technical mysteries, gaining an understanding of colour depth, resolution and file formats and becoming enlightened as to the use of layers, mask, plugins and filters. This accredited course rewards ensigns with a certificate upon completion and is suitable for rivals on both Windows and Apple operating systems.