Upcoming Training Calendar

Mar
4
Wed
CC Upskill – for Graphic Designers
Mar 4 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

This course runs from 9:00am to 5:00pm on Wednesday 4th March 2020.

 

Join us for a comprehensive update on the latest release from Adobe®.

 

In this 1-day course, we will cover:

 

Content TBA

 

Ideal for current & prospective users of Adobe® Photoshop, InDesign, Acrobat, Illustrator and
Bridge software.

 

N.B. this is a BYO laptop class. Participants will need to ensure that all the Adobe® CC applications listed above are installed and all updates run beforehand.

 

Click here to download the Registration Form for this course.

Return your completed form to training@teamdigital.com.au to enrol in this course.

 

 

Assessing Art Photography
Mar 4 @ 6:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Overview
Following on from the WAPF “YOU be the Judge” course, this intensive workshop considers perceptions of Art photography and their assessment. We combine structured lecture sessions, directed outside-of-class-hours research, and shooting for specific projects. Additionally, there will be an optional online project after course completion for consolidation of skills and knowledge.

Workshop Content
  • Types of assessment
  • Assessment in an L&D environment
  • Being receptive to Message & Meaning
  • Say It with Colour
  • Line, Shape and Form
  • Strategies for Assessment
  • Where’s the Art?
  • Feedback and Content levels
N.B. Course participants will shoot specific projects for each session. Minimum printed image-size approximately A4.
Duration
Each course is approximately 10.5 hrs of in-class instruction (3 sessions of 3.5-hours each), with outside-of-hours research, plus shooting & printing specific projects for each class.
There is a limit of 15 participants per course. The minimum numbers to run is 9.

** REGISTRATIONS HAVE CLOSED **

Next session:

29 April, 13 & 27 May

Mar
8
Sun
YOU be the Judge
Mar 8 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

WAPF-Judging

Duration
Each course is approximately 10.5 hrs of in-class instruction (3 sessions of 3.5-hours each) plus a shared homework project with 2 or 3 other attendees. There is considerable outside-of-hours research required.
The course has a limit of 12 participants per course, so get your enrolments in quickly. Minimum numbers to run is 7.

Click here to book.

 

Mar
9
Mon
Photoshop – Essentials
Mar 9 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

This course runs from 9:00am to 5:00pm on Monday 9th & Tuesday 10th March 2020.

This is the first in our Photoshop course series.

It provides instruction on how to create professional-looking images for both print & the Web.

After completing this 2-day course, participants will be able to:

 

Identify the attributes of raster and vector graphics

 

Manage colour

  • implement Colour Management

 

Identify the components and capabilities of Photoshop CC

  • organise Photoshop Assets by Using Adobe Bridge
  • organise the Photoshop Workspace
  • customise the Photoshop Workspace

 

Create basic images

  • manage Image Elements and Formats
  • apply Design Principles, Elements, and Graphic Composition
  • work with Digital Devices

 

Manage selections and layers

  • use Selection Tools
  • modify and manipulate selections.
  • create and manage Layers
  • arrange and transform layers
  • create Type layers
  • use opacity, layer blending modes, and layer styles

 

Enhance and retouch images

  • straighten horizontals or verticals and correct perspective

 

Convergence

  • enhance Images for tones/contrast, colour cast, and saturation
  • retouch Images

 

Edit images non-destructively

  • adjust Layers
  • apply Camera Raw

 

Managing Files in a Production Workflow

  • import, Export, and Organise Files
  • use the Crop tool
  • determine an image’s resolution and dimensions
  • resize images with and without resampling
  • save Images for the Web
  • save Images for Print
  • format Images for Other Programs
  • print single and multiple images on a page or export them to a PDF file intended for printing.

 

Adobe® Photoshop CC 2018 will be used in class. It is much less applicable to earlier versions of the software.

 

Click here to download the Registration Form for Term 1 Essentials courses.

Return your completed form to training@teamdigital.com.au to enrol in this course.

 

Mar
16
Mon
Premiere Pro – Essentials
Mar 16 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

This course runs from 9:00am to 5:00pm on Monday 16th & Tuesday 17th March 2020.

This is the first course in our Video Post-Production series.

It provides instruction on how to create professional videos.

Designed for Video creators and producers; creating a documentary, editing a commercial or pumping out video bytes for their Social Media channels.

Upon completion of this 2-day course, students will be able to:

  • customise the interface to suit different tasks and projects
  • set up a project – import and organise media
  • perform editing essentials – including working with the timeline, clips & markers; adding transitions; trimming & nesting clips; and putting motion in clips.
  • edit and mix basic audio soundtracks and narration/voice-overs
  • correct colour
  • add video special effects
  • work with multiple layers
  • create titles
  • manage simple video projects
  • output to a range of different industry standard file formats.

 

Adobe® Premiere Pro CC 2018 will be used in class. It is much less applicable to earlier versions of the software.

 

Click here to download the Registration Form for Term 1 Essentials courses.

Return your completed form to training@teamdigital.com.au to enrol in this course.

 

Mar
23
Mon
InDesign – Essentials
Mar 23 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

This course runs from 9:00am to 5:00pm on Monday 23rd & Tuesday 24th March 2020.

This is the first in our InDesign course series.

It provides instruction on how to create professional-looking documents for both print & web download.

In this 2-day course, participants will:

create documents and document presets; create and place text; place graphics and other InDesign pages; and work with colour swatches. They will explore position elements precisely by using guides and the Control panel; and use master pages.

They’ll thread text between text frames, add jump lines, and use columns in text frames; use the Paragraph Formatting controls; use Find/Change to replace formatting; and create and edit paragraph and character styles.

They’ll position text in text frames and format frame edges; place Photoshop images in documents, set text wrap, modify graphics, and nest frames; group objects and manipulate objects within a group; and create layers and assign objects to them.

They’ll print documents, create print presets, and export documents to PDF; and prepare documents for commercial printing. They’ll create and edit vector paths; create and edit clipping paths; and wrap type on a path.

They’ll also manually resize type; use Quick Apply; create nested styles and GREP styles; create path-based text wraps and convert type to outlines; and precisely control leading, hyphenation, justification, and horizontal spacing.

They will create, modify, and format tables; import Microsoft Word documents and map Word styles to InDesign styles; add headers and footers to tables; merge table cells; add editorial notes; and create table styles.

Adobe® InDesign CC 2018 will be used in class. It is much less applicable to earlier versions of the software.

 

Click here to download the Registration Form for Term 1 Essentials courses.

Return your completed form to training@teamdigital.com.au to enrol in this course.

 

 

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