If you are interested in organising a training course for one or more employees,
our trainers can draw up a tailor-made programme depending on your needs and wishes.
We screen the participants and some specific cases from your company beforehand, in order to get a clear picture of your company’s needs.
The participants will undergo a Talent Scan of their theoretical knowledge of InDesign, Illustrator and/or Photoshop. Through this screening we will discover the strengths and weaknesses of your employees. We will also ask the participants specific questions about their expectations of the training course.
In addition, we will submit some of your company cases to a technical screening, based on source files from your graphic studio. You get to decide which files you send us. This will provide us with a clear image of your current working method.
We process the results of both screenings and use them to define possible topics for the training course. Our trainers will then propose a tailor-made programme. You are free to modify and fine-tune this proposal as much as you want.
The training can take place either at one of our locations or at your office.
You can also opt for a remote virtual training course. A combination of traditional training and virtual training is also possible.
1. Classic classroom session
A classroom session is a traditional training course either at our offices or at your company. If you choose to have the training at one of our locations, we take care of the space, the catering and the necessary hardware and software. Typografics has branches in Hamme, Hasselt and Antwerp.
2. Virtual classroom
Remote virtual training courses are ideal for shorter sessions of one to two hours between 1 to 25 people. Participants can follow the training from different locations via the professional training platform Adobe Connect. They therefore do not have to commute in order to follow the training course. The big advantage of Adobe Connect is that there are a lot of live interaction possibilities between the participants and the coach. We also make a recording of the training courses so that they can be reviewed afterwards.
3. Combination of a classic and virtual classroom
It is also possible to combine a training course in a physical classroom with virtual sessions. One of the possibilities is the principle of a flipped classroom, in which the participants will first learn the theory online in a virtual classroom and then later work on practical assignments in groups in a ‘real’ classroom.
Shortly after the training ends, the participants will undergo a second Talent Scan to test their current knowledge of InDesign, Photoshop and/or Illustrator. We will focus on the areas that were discussed during the training. This will give you, as a company, a clear idea of the ROI of the training programme.
Even after the training, the participants can contact the coaches with their questions. For every training day, two hours of support are provided. This can be done by mail, telephone or the Adobe Connect training platform.