This introductory level course in Premiere is ideal as an overview for new editors, whilst also reviewing updated features in CC for more experienced users. Learn refining with music and sound effects, transitions, visual effects and titles, to a finished production.
With Adobe Premiere the user can ‘work across desktop and devices to edit virtually any type of media in its native format and create professional productions with brilliant colour for film, TV and web’ (adobe.com).
This introductory level course in Premiere is ideal as an overview for new editors, whilst also reviewing CC features for more experienced users. An Adobe expert guides the learner through creating a basic rough edit; refining with music and sound effects, transitions, visual effects and titles; to a finished production.
This course can be successfully completed by anyone with a standard level of ICT knowledge and skills.
What is the target audience?
- You are already creating videos and want to edit videos with one of the most complete video editing application on the market
- You use Final Cut, iMovie, Sony Vegas, Premiere Elements, Windows Movie Maker, Camtasia, Screenflow etc. but you want to move to editing with Premiere Pro
- You are a complete beginner who has never opened Premiere Pro
- You may have played around with Premiere Pro but need some help becoming a more efficient editor
- - The Premiere Pro Workflow
- - Importing Media
- - Marking and Selecting Clips
- - Video Editing
- - Fine-Tuning the Edit
- - Improving Workflow
- - Working with Audio, Stills and Graphics
- - Motion Effects
- - Transitions
- - Working with Filters and Effects
- - Modifying Speed
- - Adding Titles
- - Multicam
- - Finishing and Output
- - Media Management and Archiving
ACA certification is an industry-recognised design credential that can be used to effectively validate your skills in Adobe Premiere software. It represents the creative skills in demand today by industry and academia and reflects well when presented on a resume or college application. Adobe conducted research to identify the foundational skills students need to effectively communicate using digital media tools. Based on feedback from educators, design professionals, businesses, and educational institutions around the world, the objectives cover entry-level skill expectations for visual communication. Adobe.com This exam can be successfully completed by anyone who has completed our 2-day Premiere introduction course.
Certificate of Completion presented to all learners who have completed our courses.
Peter was a business mentor and I attended his 2-day Premiere training course in Belfast and I thought he was excellent. He has years of business experience and knows all the up to date tips and tricks about Adobe Premiere and presenting images for print and web. It was really professional, totally applicable and very enjoyable. Although my Premiere knowledge was very limited, I found his organised sessions very easy to follow and I was over the moon at the amount I had learned and am looking forward to putting it all into practice in the coming weeks and months ahead. I enjoyed learning in a group environment. I would encourage anyone to take his courses and have no problem recommending him as a mentor and training coach!
No previous experience is necessary; however a knowledge of general video editing techniques would be an advantage.
To achieve the certification you must do the Adobe ACA exam in Premiere. After this 2-day course you will have the skills to pass the exam.