Certstaffix® Training offers Adobe Photoshop courses in several formats. For most classes, we offer both public online training for individuals and onsite or online training for private groups. We have different attendance methods which allow you to choose a convenient way for you to learn Adobe Photoshop. Browse our offerings below to learn more about our Adobe Photoshop learning options available for individuals or corporate teams.
Public instructor-led Adobe Photoshop course prices start at $1330 per student. Group training discounts are available.
Self-Paced Adobe Photoshop eLearning courses cost $250 at the starting point per student. Group purchase discounts are available.
A: Generally, the best way to learn Adobe Photoshop is through structured courses taught by live instructors that cover the concepts you need to know and offer opportunities for hands-on learning. Your potential to master Photoshop can depend on choosing an appropriate learning environment, whether you opt for online or in-person classes. Individuals who are new to Photoshop may experience a learning curve that can demand weeks or months of training and practice, while those who are familiar with image editing programs can learn new and relevant skills in just days.
A: Yes. While it’s possible to learn Photoshop online by referencing videos and tutorials offered by Adobe, many people new to the software find that taking Photoshop courses is a much more effective way to master this complex program. These types of courses can be taken in person at sites all over the country as well as online. Classes can last anywhere from a few days to months, and the cost can run from hundreds to thousands of dollars.
A: For beginners or advanced users of Photoshop, learning new skills is as simple as choosing the right course. While there are many Photoshop books, videos, tutorials, and guides available, good courses are often those that are taught by a live instructor and are highly structured. To choose the perfect class, users should consider their industry and professional duties and pick a class that covers relevant skills. Beginners should enroll in classes that teach the software's fundamentals, such as its interface, before attempting to learn about the software's advanced features.