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Renaissance bids for full Adobe training offering

Renaissance bids for full Adobe training offering

Having recently gained approval as an Adobe authorised training partner, Renaissance has now applied to offer testing for the vendor.

Renaissance training manager Kirsten Beggs says the creation of a training business that transcends the company, as part of the restructure earlier in the year, prompted it to seek a wider audience than just Apple training. It has been an Apple-certified trainer since 2005 and Beggs’ role was previously part of the Apple division.

“We want to offer a broader market and not just offer Apple [training]. A lot of our Apple training does align with Adobe as well,” says Beggs.

Renaissance is presently running three-day Adobe Certified courses in Photoshop and Indesign and will add Flash to this. It is also offering short courses in Photoshop and Indesign. The courses are open to the public and attract corporate users, says Beggs.

As well as becoming an authorised training centre for Adobe, Renaissance has also applied to become a Pearson View test centre - the third party testing centre used by Adobe globally.

Renaissance joins Auckland-based Bring Your Own Laptop as a local Adobe authorised trainer.


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