Frequently Asked Questions
Computer Graphics Training provides incredible value – and here’s how…
- All of our trainers are practising specialists. The programs they teach, they use daily.
- All courses are workshop style. Real-world examples are used to illustrate the learning but we strongly encourage participants to use examples of the type of work they wish to produce.
- We will tailor the training to cover precisely what you wish to produce and combine software skills as needed.
- PC or MAC, no problem! We use the latest equipment, with large displays to ensure an optimum experience.
- Stunning countryside views and air-conditioned studio ensures a super comfortable and creative environment.
- We just love what we do…
- Attendees provide independent reviews on the quality of the training and we are proud of the 5 Star status.
- All training courses include lunch and refreshments, FREE unlimited post-training support and certificate of attendance.
So, not only will your receive 5-star tuition, you will leave knowing precisely how to make your ideas a reality, have the assurance of UNLIMITED post-training support and become more productive and confident in your workplace.
Yes – on all courses taken at our air-conditions studio, we provide lunch (usually taken between 12.30 and 1.00 pm) – together with refreshments and snacks throughout the day.
The menu is varied and we cater for all dietary requirements. Attendees can highlight these on their pre-course questionnaire.
Training typically starts at 9.30am and finishes at approximately 4.30pm each day.
For Tailored courses we can adjust the timings to suit the individual.
Online training can be taken at a prearranged time and date and is typically 3 hour sessions.
This depends on which course and what you expect to achieve – for example, tailored courses can often be combined and take less time than the equivalent scheduled courses!
Each course starts at 9.30 am and finishes at approximately 4.30 pm daily with refreshment breaks and lunch. (6.5 hours per day is known to be the maximum that most individuals can absorb in one day).
Online courses are limited to 3-hour sessions.
We’ll set up a course designed to meet your specific aims based around one, or several of our training courses, often over a specific timeframe.
We tailor each course exactly to your needs, covering only those parts of any application that are essential to you and your organisation. As a result, individuals and organisations alike find that this type of training, although seemingly more expensive, can actually be more cost effective than attending scheduled public courses.
The focus of the training will be designed precisely to meet your objectives, and prices will vary according to the time or sessions taken.
Please visit the below links for more information on funding:
16 – 19 Bursary Fund
We are also trying to help a little – individuals who are self-funding and freelancers can qualify for 10% discounts on any open course.
We also offer interest-free credit terms on multi-day, and online courses of two or more days. To qualify you must pay one third of the total cost including VAT as a deposit and sign up for the remaining payments by Direct Debit.
Please let us know if you wish to take advantage of this option.
Once the course is booked, we will send you Joining Instructions by email.
We will also include:
- Pre-course Questionnaire
- Course Invoice – payable by BACS or Credit Card
We request that you return your questionnaire and £100 deposit per day or as agreed when you booked. The remaining balance is required no later than 10 days prior to the course commencing. Failure to meet this timescale could result in the cancellation of your booking.
The Pre-Course Questionnaire is an important document, as it gives you the chance to outline your current skills, whether you use a Mac or Windows PC, and any specific areas you wish us to focus on during the course. Please also indicate any dietary requirements.
If you are booked on a tailored course, then we will remind you to bring along examples of the work you wish to produce.