FREE 1hr TASTER sessions of Ravensbourne Creative Courses Today
On SATURDAY 21st JUNE & in conjunction with the Royal Borough of Greenwich – Adult Learners Week – Ravensbourne (based in a beautiful building at the O2) are providing FREE taster sessions of the amazing digital skills below. Try your hand at Adobe InDesign, Photoshop & Illustrator, make a film, build a website in WordPress or get some free advice on your portfolio.
Drop in today or (preferably) register HERE
Find out more including directions etc. here
- Intro to Film Making
This is an informal workshop for Adults (19 years of age or older) who are interested in learning the basic practical requirements to make a short film including: Intro to equipment, course structure, showcase of past films, etc…
- Introduction To Adobe InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator
This is a one-hour trial session that will outline the basics of the course. Explore basic Illustration, design and home publishing techniques in the full 20-hour course.
- Introduction to Vectorworks, for 3D Interiors and Architecture
This is a one-hour trial session that will outline the basics of the course. On the full course, using Vectorworks software, you will be guided through techniques to create floor plans, room situ’s, incorporating 3D objects and rendering.
- Build Your Own Website With WordPress
This is a one-hour trial session that will outline the basics of the course. This full course will provide you with the skills necessary to successfully create and run your own website or blog.
- Portfolio Advice Workshops (Informal)
This is an informal workshop/surgery for Adults (19 years of age or older) seeking support to build a portfolio or work for interviews to courses at Ravensbourne.
Informal 1 to 1 sessions available between 10.30am & 2.00pm.
Saturday 21 June, informal 1 Hour sessions running:
10.00am, 11.00am, 1.00pm, 2.00pm & 3.00pm
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