Joe Wigzell, Academy and Creative Centre manager at Roland DG UK

The Roland DG Academy is introducing a new Adobe Illustrator training course, consisting of two flexible modules spread across two full day sessions.

The new course is aimed at those wanting to either expand their graphic knowledge in Illustrator and integrate the software into their print workflow, or just expand their knowledge of the Illustrator program. The first module offers a full overview of the software suite and is geared towards novice users. Attendees will learn about basic shape editing, creating cutlines, and how to make use of the many tools Illustrator offers print businesses to make their job easier and more efficient.

The intermediate/advanced module has been developed to allow more experienced Illustrator users to develop a deeper understanding of the many tools and workflows possible, including elements such as clipping masks, compound paths, transparencies, advanced layering, exporting and many other useful insights.

Attendees may choose to attend both courses consecutively, to attend just one of the modules, or to split attendance of both modules to allow for personal development in between sessions.

Joe Wigzell, Academy and Creative Centre manager at Roland DG UK, said: “We’re pleased to have another chance to offer our end users our expert knowledge, and allow their businesses to improve as a result. As a company we know just how valuable graphic design is to the workflow of print production, and with the introduction of our Illustrator course we can give our customers that advantage.”

Click here for more information and to book the Adobe Illustrator course.

Alongside the new Adobe Illustrator courses, the Roland DG Academy also offers a wide variety of print-orientated courses for all skill levels, from Introduction to Digital Print through to specialised Vehicle Wrapping courses.