Adobe Illustrator CC – Level 1
What You'll Learn
In this Adobe Illustrator CC - Level 1 course, the subjects you may study include:
· Lesson 1: Introducing illustrator cc
· Lesson 2: Creating documents containing basic shapes
· Lesson 3: Creating documents containing customized paths
· Lesson 4: Creating graphics containing customized text
· Lesson 5: Customising objects
· Lesson 6: Customising basic shapes
· Lesson 7: Preparing documents for deployment
Why Study With New Horizons Australia Institute of Technology
With experience in delivering technology training that spans over 35 years, you can trust New Horizons Australia Institute of Technology to boost your skills in a range of areas including information technology, leadership, graphic design and more.
Their short courses are led by an expert team of trainers who have over 10 years of industry and teaching experience, and are all passionate and dedicated to getting you on the right path to success. Ranging from four hours to five days, New Horizons has short courses that’ll fill your knowledge gaps and lift your credentials in no time.
With a commitment to helping you achieve your educational goals, New Horizons Australia Institute of Technology is all about putting you on the right path to success. Turn to their experienced team and teachers to help equip you with the right skills and knowledge that’ll set you apart from the rest.
Where Will It Lead Me?
Upon successful completion of this course from New Horizons, students will be able to:
- Identify the components and capabilities of Illustrator CC
- Create basic shapes
- Create custom paths
- Create graphics that contain custom text
- Customise objects
- Customise basic shapes
- Prepare documents for deployment
How Much Will It Cost?
An upfront payment of $570 is required to enroll in this course. Enquire now to find out more!
What You'll Need To Get In
To be eligible to study this course, applicants must meet the following entry requirements:
- you should be familiar with the basic functions of your computer’s operating system, such as creating folders, launching programs, and working with windows. You should also have basic Windows application skills, such as copying and pasting objects, formatting text, saving files, and so on.
- Familiarity with basic design terminologies, such as palettes, color modes, shapes, text, and paths, is highly recommended.
- You can obtain this level of skill and knowledge by taking the Logical Operations course Introduction to Personal Computers Using Microsoft® Windows® 8/8.1.
This course can be delivered on campus to provide you with practical training in a face-to-face learning environment. It is available to study at the following locations: