Adobe Masterclass Design Masterclass – 5 days

Adobe Authorised Training in a 5 day format covering multiple products for maximum impact.

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5 days
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(5 day course)

  • 1 – 2 delegates: £3,995 + VAT
  • 3 – 4 delegates: £4,245 + VAT
  • 5 – 6 delegates: £4,495 + VAT
  • 7 – 8 delegates: £4,745 + VAT
  • 9 – 10 delegates: £4,995 + VAT
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  • No surcharge
  • Free refreshments and lunch

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  • No travel costs if within 50-mile radius of London, Cardiff or Bristol
  • Up to 4 laptops free
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  • 4–5 October 2021, 11–12 October 2021 & 1 November 2021
  • 8–9 November 2021, 15–16 November 2021 & 6 December 2021


  • 4–5 October 2021, 11–12 October 2021 & 1 November 2021
  • 8–9 November 2021, 15–16 November 2021 & 6 December 2021

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  • 4–5 October 2021, 11–12 October 2021 & 1 November 2021
  • 8–9 November 2021, 15–16 November 2021 & 6 December 2021

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Remote training

  • 4–5 October, 11–12 October & 1 November
  • 8–9 November, 15–16 November & 6 December

What to expect from this training course

Imagine mastering the tools within the Creative Suite and learning how to unlock their combined potential, then delivering your content to any media or device within just 5 days of training! That's what our Adobe Design Masterclass course holds in store for you. You'll learn how to use Photoshop tools for painting, retouching, and enhancing images. Utilise InDesign to create and deliver eye-catching flyers and newsletters. Finally, you will be able to use Illustrator to create illustrations, such as logos and advertisements for the web and for print.

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IMPORTANT - This is a remote training course delivered online by an Adobe Certified Instructor (not classroom based).

About this course

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The ultimate class for those new to design software and desktop publishing. No matter what background or industry you are from, this class will give you the practical skills you need to jumpstart your work as a designer. These are tools of choice for designer and marketers all across the world. Adobe Creative Suite is the state-of-the-art graphics software collection that combines the best software in the publishing world. Packed full of hints and tips, shortcuts and techniques, this Adobe Authorised Training course offers a full 5 days of training on the latest versions of Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator.

Who is this course for?

Anyone who wishes to master the basics of the Adobe Creative Suite should attend this class. Special attention is paid to learning production workflows used by professionals in industry, keyboard shortcuts, automating workflow and special-effects techniques.

Assumed knowledge

You do not need any previous knowledge of Adobe software.

What you will learn

You will learn to use Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator to:

  • Create an advertisement
  • Import body type
  • Manage your creative assets using Adobe Bridge
  • Manage the InDesign environment
  • Design documents
  • Manage text
  • Utilise colours, swatches and gradients
  • Manage transparency
  • Utilise tables
  • Prepare for handoff to a service provider
  • Create Acrobat PDF files
  • Explore Photoshop
  • Paint and retouch images
  • Enhance an image
  • Work with layers and selections
  • Create a logo using simple shapes
  • Enhance logos
  • Create logos using custom paths
  • Create a logo with type special effects

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This course can be taken as one continuous block or broken down into smaller segments, namely InDesign Introduction, Illustrator Essentials, Photoshop Introduction. There is no extra charge to split your course and some people prefer to learn over a longer period.

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Course outline

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Day 1

Managing the InDesign environment

  • Preferences
  • Customise your workspace
  • Manage document presets
  • Workspace and window arrangement

Designing documents

  • Create a new document
  • Modify a document’s layout
  • Creating margins, columns and gutters

Working with text

  • Creating a text frame
  • Adjusting a text frame
  • Adding and formatting text
  • Editing text
  • Adjusting text frame properties

Formatting with paragraph styles

  • Creating a new paragraph style
  • Modifying a paragraph style
  • Creating a ‘based on’ style
  • Removing style overrides

Master pages

  • Understanding the ‘A’ master
  • Adding master page objects
  • Applying master pages to document pages
  • Unlocking master page objects
  • Re-applying a master page

Text wrap

  • Creating text wrap around an object
  • Changing text wrap properties
  • Adjusting offsets
  • Creating jumps

Working with transparency

  • Apply transparency to objects
  • Drop shadow

Colours and swatches

  • Apply colour to objects
  • Creating a new swatch
  • Editing an existing swatch
  • Understanding fill-and-stroke

Working with images

  • Importing options
  • Scaling an image
  • Cropping an image
  • Select inside a frame (content grabber)
  • Checking image resolution
  • Understanding actual against effective resolutions

Creating Adobe PDF files

  • Prepare PDF files for web distribution
  • Export PDF files for printing

Day 2


  • Layer concepts
  • Adding new layers
  • Moving objects to layers
  • Moving layer stacking order
  • Visibility of layers
  • Locking of layers
  • Exporting layers to Adobe PDF


  • Using Adobe CC libraries
  • Managing your assets

Formatting with character styles

  • Creating a new character style
  • Modifying a character style
  • Creating a ‘based on’ style
  • Removing style overrides
  • Incorporating a character style into a paragraph style

Bulleted lists

  • Creating a bulleted list definition
  • Adding and modifying bullets
  • Adjusting indentations
  • Creating a level 1 and level 2 list

Working with effects

  • Inner Shadow
  • Bevel and Emboss
  • Gradient Feather
  • Inner Glow and Outer Glow

Object styles

  • Creating an object style
  • Modifying an object style
  • Updating an object style via dialogue
  • Updating an object style visually

Importing and threading text

  • Placing a text file
  • Placing a Word document
  • Mapping Word styles to InDesign styles
  • Threading text frames manually
  • Threading text frames automatically

Creating ISO Adobe PDF files

  • Export PDF files for printing
  • PDF/X-1a for global distribution
  • Understanding the trim, art and bleed boxes

Publishing online

  • Creating online content for desktop and mobile
  • Publish preferences
  • Publish to HTML
  • Viewing content on devices

Day 3


  • What does Photoshop do?   

Understanding the interface

  • Lets get familiar with the Tools panel
  • Run through of the Tools panel 
  • Switching tools using the keyboard    
  • Dark or Light Interface
  • Navigating your image      
  • Navigating tabs and windows    
  • Panels and workspaces    
  • Zooming in and zooming out    
  • Entering a custom zoom value    
  • Scrolling and panning images    
  • Rotating the view  
  • Working with tabbed documents    
  • Arranging documents     
  • Cycling between screen modes

Opening and setting-up a document

  • Opening from files from Windows and Mac 
  • Opening from Photoshop
  • Undo        
  • Closing  images

Digital imaging fundamentals    

  • Image size and resolution    
  • The Image Size command    
  • Resolution standards    
  • Upsampling and what happens when you do    
  • Changing the print size    
  • Downsampling for print  and web   
  • The interpolation algorithms    
  • Best practices

Crop and straighten   

  • Straightening a crooked image
  • The rule-of-thirds
  • Using the Perspective Crop tool
  • Automatically Cropping and Straightening scanned images 

Extending images

  • Creating a border around your image
  • Extending the canvas 
  • Using Content Aware Extend
  • Using Content Aware Fill
  • Using Content Aware Scale

Adjusting image luminance 

  • Let there be Luminance
  • The Auto commands    
  • Adjustments using Brightness/Contrast
  • Adjustments using Levels 
  • Adjustments using Curves
  • Working non-destructively with adjustment layers    
  • Editing adjustment layers

Adjusting colours 

  • Assessing an image
  • Changing the colour balance using levels
  • Changing the colour balance using colour balance
  • Changing specifically to black and white
  • Adjusting colour intensity with Vibrance    
  • The Hue/Saturation command


  • What are selections and why we use them?
  • The Marquee tools    
  • Getting to know the Lasso tools    
  • Magic Wand and Quick Mask tools  

Basic retouching

  • Using the Spot Healing Brush    
  • Using the Healing Brush 

The basics of layers

  • The Background layer    
  • Naming, hiding, creating, and deleting layers
  • Altering the stacking order of layers    
  • Layer transformations          

Saving your work  

  • Saving images to PSD    
  • Saving images to TIFF    
  • File Formats and which to use
  • Best practises
  • Using the Save For Web utility
  • The Colour Modes explained

Basics of working with text

  • Horizontal and Vertical type tools
  • Customising font properties

Day 4

Speeding up your workflow with keyboard shortcuts

  • Switching tools using the keyboard    
  • Customizing the keyboard shortcuts 

Adjusting image luminance   

  • Isolating an adjustment with a layer mask    
  • Hello to the histogram    
  • Basics of the Shadows/Highlights command

Working with colour

  • The Swatches Panel
  • The Colour Panel   
  • The Colour Picker
  • Using the Eyedropper Tool to sample colour
  • Creating simple gradients

Correcting colours casts

  • Identifying a colour cast and how to correct it
  • Correcting a colour cast automatically    

Scale, rotate, skew and warp

  • Meet the transformations
  • Transformation and Smart Objects
  • Content aware Move
  • Content Aware Extend
  • Rotating a layer with Free Transform
  • Scale, duplicate, repeat, distort, perspective, and skew

Using Adobe Bridge

  • Adobe Bridge overview
  • How Photoshop and Bridge work together
  • Opening an image from Bridge  

History panel

  • Utilising the History Panel
  • Undo through History Panel
  • Creating a Snapshot
  • Creating a new Document from a History State


  • Quick Selection tool  
  • Adding to and subtracting from Selections
  • Modifying Selections   
  • Saving and Loading Selections
  • Meet the Channels Panel 


  • Understanding what a mask is and does
  • Working with Layer Masks


  • Using the Patch Tool
  • The ‘good old‘ Clone Stamp tool
  • The Dodge and Burn tools
  • Tips and Tricks 

The basics of layers

  • Using a layer mask instead of deleting pixels
  • Aligning and distributing layers    
  • Changing the opacity of layers    
  • Grouping layers    
  • Merge or rasterise layers   
  • Flatten or Save As?
  • Best Practises

Basic brushes

  • An overview of brushes and the Brushes panel
  • Brush size and hardness   
  • Brush shortcuts

Simple compositing 

  • The various options for copying and pasting
  • Dragging and dropping
  • Placing an image
  • Smart Objects and why when to use them

Combining images 

  • Auto Align
  • Auto Blend
  • Creating panoramas with Photomerge

Working with text

  • The Character panel
  • The Paragraph panel 
  • Managing text layers

Day 5

Essential Illustrator concepts

  • What are vector graphics?
  • Create a custom workspace
  • Document settings

The Illustrator interface

  • Exploring panels and workspaces
  • Using the Control Panel
  • Navigation
  • Preview options
  • Setting up your document
  • Managing a custom workspace

Creating new documents for print or web

  • Advanced document controls
  • Modifying your document
  • Back saving
  • Changing units of measurement
  • Creating and using custom views
  • Working with Grids
  • Working with Guides
  • Smart Guides

Selection essentials

  • The Selection Tool and Direct Selection tools
  • The Lasso tool
  • Magic wand
  • Select Same
  • Editing Anchor Points
  • The Bounding Box

Basic Shapes 

  • Exploring the various shape tools
  • The Shapebuilder tool
  • Compound Shapes
  • Pathfinder Options
  • Duplicate objects
  • Fill and stroke attributes

Transformation Tools

  • Scale
  • Rotate
  • Shear
  • Reflect

Alignment, distribution and spacing

  • Aligning, Distribution and Spacing to Selected Objects
  • Aligning, Distribution and Spacing to Artboard
  • Aligning, Distribution and Spacing to Key Object

Understanding the layers panel

  • Visibility and Locking
  • Selecting via the layers panel
  • Sub-Layers
  • Deleting layers
  • Grouping and naming layers
  • Changing the stacking order
  • Moving objects from one layer to another
  • Copying objects from one layer to another
  • Adjusting layer previews

Working with colour

  • RGB v CMYK
  • Defining swatches
  • Working with gradients

Object transformations and duplicating

  • Moving and copying objects
  • Rotating and scaling objects
  • The Transform Panel

Basic text editing

  • Creating Point Text
  • Creating Area Text
  • Text Formatting
  • Creating Text Threads

Placing images

  • Working with Images
  • Using the Links panel
  • The basics of Image Trace
  • An intro to Live Paint


The FlexiCredit - earn rewards on all courses

Get rewarded if you book and pay our advertised price for any weekday scheduled course with Certitec – that's the FlexiCredit! If you are self-funding your training then for special pricing click here.

Collecting FlexiCredits and savings off a future course

  • Book a 1-day course - receive £60 + VAT
  • Book a 2-day course - receive £70 + VAT
  • Book a 3-day course - receive £80 + VAT
  • Book a 4-day course - receive £90 + VAT
  • Book a 5-day course - receive £100 + VAT

This offer does not include private training

How to book

Just reference your original booking invoice number

Terms and conditions

  • FlexiCredits can only be used as payment or part-payment towards a Certitec scheduled training course
  • You will be emailed your FlexiCredits after payment and completion of your course with Certitec
  • FlexiCredit is applicable only if the full RRP is paid for your course(s). Any discounting invalidates the FlexiCredit. If discounting has been applied you can pay back the difference in order to qualify for the offer
  • Any booking paid or part-paid by a FlexiCredit does not earn FlexiCredits
  • You can 'give' your FlexiCredits to another person in your company providing you email us intention of 'hand-over' and the delegate name(s) for the course benefitting from the credits
  • You cannot mix-and-match FlexiCredits from a company booking to a self-funding booking (or vice-versa)
  • The FlexiCredit offer lasts for 6 months from the first date of your qualifying booking(s)

Training dates


  • 4–5 October 2021, 11–12 October 2021 & 1 November 2021
  • 8–9 November 2021, 15–16 November 2021 & 6 December 2021


  • 4–5 October 2021, 11–12 October 2021 & 1 November 2021
  • 8–9 November 2021, 15–16 November 2021 & 6 December 2021


  • 4–5 October 2021, 11–12 October 2021 & 1 November 2021
  • 8–9 November 2021, 15–16 November 2021 & 6 December 2021

This course can also be taken as split courses

InDesign Introduction


  • 4–5 October 2021
  • 8–9 November 2021
  • 13–14 December 2021


  • 4–5 October 2021
  • 8–9 November 2021
  • 13–14 December 2021


  • 4–5 October 2021
  • 8–9 November 2021
  • 13–14 December 2021

Illustrator Essentials


  • 27 September 2021
  • 1 November 2021
  • 6 December 2021


  • 27 September 2021
  • 1 November 2021
  • 6 December 2021


  • 27 September 2021
  • 1 November 2021
  • 6 December 2021

Photoshop Introduction


  • 11–12 October 2021
  • 15–16 November 2021
  • 13–14 December 2021


  • 11–12 October 2021
  • 15–16 November 2021
  • 13–14 December 2021


  • 11–12 October 2021
  • 15–16 November 2021
  • 13–14 December 2021

If you don't see any suitable dates here, it might be more economical to deliver a private training course for you

When submitting a booking for this Adobe private training course you can suggest suitable dates on our booking form

Remote training

  • 4–5 October 2021, 11–12 October 2021 & 1 November 2021
  • 8–9 November 2021, 15–16 November 2021 & 6 December 2021

This course can also be taken as split courses

InDesign Introduction

  • 6–7 September 2021
  • 4–5 October 2021
  • 8–9 November 2021
  • 13–14 December 2021

Illustrator Essentials

  • 23 August 2021
  • 27 September 2021
  • 1 November 2021
  • 6 December 2021

Photoshop Introduction

  • 6–7 September 2021
  • 11–12 October 2021
  • 15–16 November 2021
  • 13–14 December 2021

Training Locations

London Covent Garden

Spaces, 60 St. Martin's Lane, London WC2N 4JS


This striking period office is every bit as stunning on the inside as it is on the outside. From its eye-catching façade to its contemporary, quirky interior décor, our 60 St. Martin's Lane training location is guaranteed to impress. Conveniently located on the east side of St Martin's Lane, you’re minutes away from Leicester Square, Covent Garden and Charing Cross tube stations. Not to mention the array of buses that pass by. With Westminster on your doorstep, you’ll never be short of things to do. You’ll find gastronomy to suit any taste and price range without the need to venture far. As well as a huge variety of pubs and restaurants, you’re also in the epicentre of London’s West End. Treat yourself to the ample choice available at London’s theatre district and immerse yourself in Covent Garden’s incredible shopping choices nearby.



15th Floor, Brunel House, 2 Fitzalan Road, Cardiff CF24 0EB


The Cardiff training centre is in the heart of the city with all amenities and transport links on the doorstep. A great location for those taking the train since it's immediately behind Queen Street station, and there are numerous car parks nearby for those who prefer to drive. Fantastic views of Cardiff can be seen from Brunel House and our training room is modern, air conditioned, has super-fast internet links and has the trainer’s monitor is situated next to each delegate.


Broad Quay House, Prince Street, Bristol BS1 4DJ


Broad Quay House is situated on Bristol's waterfront in the heart of the city. Our training room occupies one of the most visible positions in Bristol, just yards from Queen Square, overlooking the floating harbour and surrounding areas. Easy access by road and rail - an ideal central city location with high-speed internet links and air conditioned offices. Bristol Temple Meads station is just a 4-minute taxi ride away (typically a 15-minute walk).

Remote training courses

Our remote training courses are designed to give you complete flexibility and receive the exact same training experience – remotely!

Like our in-class training, the same course agenda will be followed and course numbers will be kept to a minimum, so you have the opportunity to interact and ask the trainer questions.

  • The same flexibility as in the classroom
  • The same experience but no travel
  • All training sessions are recorded for future reference

See more about remote training


Further information and FAQs


  • Basic knowledge of Windows or Macintosh.

General information

  • Courses start at 10am and finish at 5pm. Please arrive 20 minutes prior to the start of the course on the first day.
  • We supply all computers, software and courseware, pads, pens, lunch and refreshments.
  • Access to a secure section of our site that offers useful tips and tricks.

What's for Lunch ...

We provide flexible lunch vouchers which can be redeemed at outlets nearby such as:

  • Bella Italia
  • Boots
  • Burger King
  • Co-operative
  • Eat
  • Greggs
  • McDonalds
  • Pizza Express
  • Pret A Manger
  • Starbucks
  • Sainsbury's
  • Tesco
  • to name but a few.


We supply 6-months rock-solid support via email on the subject matter covered during the course. Find out more…


What's the difference between scheduled and private training?

Scheduled training courses take place in a classroom at one of our training centres. The dates and course structure are set in advance, and class sizes are usually limited to fewer than 10 delegates.

Private training courses take place at your premises or ours, and allow us to offer a session tailored to your organisation's needs.

The best value for money is most often found in our scheduled training, though private training can be cost effective for large groups.

Do you charge any travel or hotel expenses for private training?

If you are within a 50-mile radius of any of our London, Cardiff or Bristol training venues then no additional charge for travel or accommodation is applied. For more specific information then please see our private training courses page.

Introduction or Advanced training - what is best for me?

Our best advice is to carefully check our course outlines, which set out everything our trainers will cover in each course. If you feel comfortable with more than 80% of the outline to an introduction course, you should be ready to take an advanced course. If not, an advanced course could leave you feeling out of your depth, and an introduction course would be the better option.

Am I eligible for free or discounted Adobe software (by taking a course)?

Unfortunately, no. However, Adobe has released the Creative Cloud, which means you can now license your software on a monthly or yearly basis at a great price! Licensing costs are much lower for students, educational bodies and charities.

What's the difference between 'company' and 'self-funding status'?

Self-funding is for people who are unemployed, employed by a company but taking the training for their own gain (not a function within that company) or looking to start their own business (but not already started). Please visit our more detailed self-funding page which contains all the information required to identify advantages and disadvantages of 'company' and 'self-funding' status – it is very important to understand the differences.

I have a FlexiCredit voucher for another course - how do I spend it?

Each course of 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 days will accrue a FlexiCredit voucher of £60, £70, £80, £90 and £100 + VAT respectively. Just use the discount field for FlexiCredit on your next course booking or call us on 0845 527 0768 and we'll then deduct the amount from your next course. We just need you to supply the invoice number of the qualifying booking which accrued that FlexiCredit.

I am from overseas –  can I attend a training course?

Yes, anyone over 16 years old can attend a Certitec training course. Payment for the training course must be paid for in advance in order to satisfy UK guidelines.

How do I book my training course?

You can either book online (look at the main navigation menu above, navigate to your course of choice and select BOOK COURSE) or call us on 0845 527 0768. You are not required to fill in any bookings forms – we'll take your information and then email you the 'ePaperwork' – simple. Please ensure you have added to your list of accepted email addresses.

Will I receive any type of reminder prior to my course?

Yes, 5 days beforehand. This reminder by email (to the person who made the booking) will contain information such as course, venue, dates, start/end times, and delegate names. Please ensure you have added to your list of accepted email addresses.

Is the training with Mac or Windows?

We cater for both operating systems at all our training centres. Just let us know your preference when you book and we'll ensure everything is in place when you attend your course. We currently use Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan) and Windows 10 (October 2016).

Is there much difference between Mac and Windows?

Besides the slight difference in opening and saving files on a Mac (using the Finder) and Windows (using Explorer), that's pretty much it. The Mac uses the keyboard accelerator 'Command' key and Windows uses the keyboard accelerator 'Control' key. So if you've learnt on a Mac and then switch to use Windows (or vice versa), don't worry – you'll adapt straight away.

Is there any type of dress code?

No, just wear whatever is comfortable for you.

Who attends your courses?

We train people from all walks of life, from self-funding individuals, freelancers and charity workers all the way up to leaders of large organisations. If you're over 16 and have basic computer skills, you can attend our courses.

As well as receiving some great training, you might even make a contact or two – so bring your business cards and get ready to meet people with similar interests.

What do I need to bring to the course?

Just arrive in plenty of time and we'll handle the rest. You'll be given writing pads, pens and a first-class course book that's yours to keep – a perfect way to refer back to techniques covered by the trainer.

Can I bring along my own laptop?

Yes, although the training itself has to be carried out on our workstations, because of software licensing agreements with Adobe. You're free to use your own laptop and devices during breaks, and we offer Wi-Fi internet access.

Can I bring my own project for you to help me with?

We'll always try to deal with personal requests when time allows but we can't guarantee that our trainers can assist with all such issues. Our main goal is to ensure that all delegates are given expert guidance in the topics listed on our published training outlines and that they each receive the training they have paid for.

Can I bring my Wacom (or compliant) graphics tablet?

Yes, so long as you give us 24 hours notice, because we'll need to install the driver software ahead of time.

If you have a Wacom (or compliant) tablet but you have never used it before, we don't recommend that you bring it with you, as you may be hindered during the course.

Is there car parking at my training venue?

Most of our training locations are based in major city centres, so we recommend using public transport or local car parks. Our London, Cardiff and Bristol venues have NCP car parks near the training venues (fees payable to NCP), and Cardiff has bicycle parking at the back of Brunel House.

What about refreshments and lunch?

Our training centres have a lunch voucher scheme with different outlets to suit various diets. We also offer free tea, coffee and biscuits during breaks.

What about payment for my course?

We'll auto-invoice companies with payment allowed up to 15 days after the course.

For self-funding individuals payment is required 10 working days before the course starts. We accept payment by bank transfer, BACS, CHAPS, cheque and all major debit and credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, AMEX – with transactions in British Pounds, Euros or American Dollars). Payment instructions can be found in the email containing your invoice.

How about splitting my course?

All our 5-day Masterclass courses can be taken in smaller segments. For example, our Design Masterclass, which comprises 2 days of Photoshop, 2 days of InDesign and 1 day of Illustrator, can be split so you can take the courses over different periods. Just let us know when booking or making your enquiry.

Does my course come with a certificate?

Thanks to extensive customer feedback, we use a very successful eCertificate system after completion of your course. At 11pm on the final day of your course, we'll email you a personalised certificate. Gone are the days of soggy certificates – now you can save and print them forever!

After my course, do I become Adobe Certified?

You'll receive an official Adobe Authorised Training Centre course completion certificate after your course, which is different from the Adobe Certified Associate Associate or Expert qualification.

However, we do run courses that enable you to get on the fast track to Adobe Certified status.

I have taken my ACA exam and need to re-access my account

In readiness for your Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) exam, you will have set up an account with Certiport ( You'll need to use your Certiport username and password to access your Certiport account.

We don't hold your Certiport login details on record: despite our similar names, Certitec and Certiport and not part of the same organisation.

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13 September 2017 at 10:50
Samantha Moran

Really useful beginners Premiere Pro course. Mike made it feel very accessible and straightforward - even for a non-tech person like me! He managed to give individual attention to everyone in the class, despite the different levels of abilities. Highly recommended training.

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