Last Chance for my 2-day ID CS3 Expert Class

July 27, 2007 - 1:00am ||| 0 Comments | Add new

It's not often that I get to teach an open-to-the-public, hands-on class in Adobe InDesign; in fact I can't remember the last time I did one. (Almost all my training is customized to a single company and done on-site.)

But I'll get a chance to do so this August 15 and 16, as part of a new seminar series called the Mastering Prepress Essentials Conference. I'll be leading a two-day hands-on class called Adobe InDesign CS3 Expert Training (more on this below). Organized by the Waukesha County Technical College ( near Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the conference is sponsored by Adobe, Kodak and Heidelberg. The class sessions will be held in the beautiful Harry Quadracci Printing and Graphic Center on the WCTC campus.

I'd love to see you there! Registration for my class closes August 7, so if you want to reserve your spot (limited to 36 students total), contact them directly to register:

cctmatrix [at] wctc [dot] edu

Or you can download the PDF brochure, which has a map, a description of the other classes at the conference, and registration info, here:

My Adobe InDesign CS3 Expert Training class is designed to bring current InDesign users up to speed with the new features in CS3, as well ramp up their skills with the beyond-the-basics kinds of things that have been in InDesign for awhile, including tables, styles, transparency, and troubleshooting. The goal will be to equip everyone with the knowledge they'll need to pass the Adobe Certified Expert exam; either the CS2 one that's currently available; or the soon-to-be released CS3 exam.

The two-day class with limited seating is only $389 per person for both days, and includes a continental breakfast, lunch and textbook. That fee is much less than what my company normally charges for custom training — indeed, far less than what most training centers charge for their public classes.

As with all my hands-on training, everyone is invited to bring in any problem-child files or issues that we'll dissect during class, and all the students receive three years of 24/7 follow-up support by phone or e-mail from me.

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