Adobe Premiere Pro_
Evening Short Course
Next Course Begins: TBC 2020
Length of Course: 4 Weeks
Learn to edit video like an expert with Adobe Premiere Pro, a compact and powerful tool for creating professional quality videos. Explore VFX green screen (chromakey) replacements, masking, tracking, time-warps and more, while getting a basic background in the principles of video editing, Premiere Pro workflows, editing theory, and practical applications.
Meet your lecturers_
Upon completing a degree in graphic design, Lodi spent many years working on multidisciplinary projects that integrate music, storytelling and animation.
Please note all our lecturers work as a team, and are booked based on their independent schedules. As such, course allocations are subject to change.
I have done short courses at a different institution before and I must say that my experience at Friends of Design was infinitely better. The lecturer was great, very informative and always willing to help. Even though I had a very good understanding and a lot of experience in After Effects before the course I found that I learnt a lot regardless and got and even better understanding of the program which is what I wanted to achieve. I actually wish the course had been a week or two longer just to gain more knowledge but I think I’ll have to come back to Friends of Design for a different course.
Facts, Figures and FAQ.
Course Requirements: Basic Computer Skills
You’ll need to know how to use a computer but, other than that, just bring yourself, a notebook and pen. We provide the machines and the software.
What do you receive at the end of the course?
You will receive an Academy of Digital Arts Certificate of Completion showing the Apple and Adobe logos, as well as your details and the details of the course you completed.
You will also receive a 2GB Flashstick, which you can keep after the completion of the course.
2019 Course Schedule
09 September – 02 October 2019
Monday – Wednesday, 17h30 – 20h30
Classes on a public holiday will shift to the next available date, arranged by the lecturer.