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Friday, 5 June 2009

Adobe Flash Training

On Wednesday 24th June Adam Smith College will be hosting a one day training event for staff wishing to develop their skills in using Adobe Flash.

This instructor-led course is intended to equip F.E. Lecturers with the practical skills required to deliver the following units within the NQ Digital Media Computing framework.

F180 11: Interactive Multimedia for Website Development
F1KB 11: Animation Fundamentals


The course uses a hands-on approach and is geared towards beginner and intermediate users and will focus on the following topics:

Introduction to Adobe Flash
The Flash interface
Drawing tools in Flash
Frame-by-frame animation
Motion and Shape tweening
Adding simple interactivity - Play and Stop buttons
Introduction to movie clips
Publishing a Flash animation


There will be examples of how Adobe Flash can be used to deliver these units and discussion regarding suggested teaching approaches, all within a friendly and relaxed environment.

The session will commence at 10am at the Nairn campus in Kirkcaldy and finish at 4:30pm, with a break for lunch, which is provided, between 1pm and 2pm. Tea and coffee will be available throughout the day and there will be plenty of opportunities to network with other lecturing staff and discuss teaching issues.

The cost of this event is £100 including lunch and places are limited.

To book please contact Mark McPhee on:

Tel: 01592 223719
Email: markmcphee@adamsmith.ac.uk

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