Fundamentals of Adobe Photoshop

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Course duration approximately 2.5 hours

This course teaches candidates the fundamentals of Adobe Photoshop.

Completion of the videos and quizzes and the issuance of a certificate will demonstrate to your current or potential employer that you have a solid understanding of the fundamentals of Adobe Photoshop.

The course consists of viewing short videos followed by a short quizzes on the following subjects:

  1. Getting started with photoshop
  2. Saving images
  3. Understanding layers
  4. Levels, Curves and Colour
  5. Sharpening and noise reduction
  6. Scale, rotate and align
  7. How to use the brush tool
  8. How to crop and resize images
  9. How to use the text tool
  10. How to add text to a photo
  11. How to use the pen tool

Upon completion, a certificate and summary of the topics covered will be issued in your

Course instructions

It is recommended to view each video twice before attempting the quiz. You can only move on to the next video upon successful completion of the accompanying quiz. The pass mark is 100% – don’t worry, questions are designed to ensure you understood the video content, we are not trying to catch you out! In case you do not pass the quiz the first time, you can re-watch the video and take the quiz again. Once its passed, you can move on to the next module.

While watching each video, pay close attention and concentrate on the content. Do not let any distractions reduce your concentration level. Quiz questions will be relatively easy to answer if you have paid complete attention but difficult if you have not.

You can complete this course in sections by logging out when you need a break. You can continue where you left off by logging in again. There is no time limit for completion.

Once completed a copy of the certificate will automatically be sent to the email address you used to register. Alternatively, you can download a copy immediately at the end of the course.

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