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Animate Course | Online Courses And London Training

An Animate training course at the UK's largest Adobe Authorised centre.
The best training for beginners or experts, live online or classroom courses.


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Animate Course          

An Animate course at the UK's largest Adobe Authorised Training Centre is the ideal way to begin developing your animation skills. If you are looking to create visually engaging content for marketing, e-learning, games and animation then Adobe Animate is the program for you.

Practical, real-world exercises feature heavily in our Animate training sessions, to ensure you get the most out of your time with our experts. You can learn live online or at our amazing centre beside the Thames.

Whether you are new to Adobe Animate and need a course that gives a foundation in the software, or you use it daily and want courses that show you how to work more efficiently, we have an Animate course for you.

Need help deciding which course is best for you? Call an expert learning adviser on 020 7407 8880. Private and custom courses also available.

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Animate Intro          

from £349 + VAT

2 day course
Create visually engaging content for web banners, e-learning, games and more.

Incorporate sound and video to your interactive elements and publish to platforms.

  • Understand the interface
    Bitmaps and drawing tools
    Create engaging graphics
    Animation techniques
    Build and edit banner ads

"Iwan was a great trainer. Really patient and happy to go back over things and answer any questions. A great insight into Animate and things that can be accomplished using the software."
Airband Community Internet Ltd
5th May - Animate CC : Introduction

Latest Reviews

"Relevant examples and very well organised :)"
Cirencester Friendly
  • 25th October

"Great relaxed atmosphere for concentrating on the training. Iwan was very knowledgeable and patient, and great at answering questions - thanks!"
Royal College Of Nursing
  • 27th September

"Broad range of potential things to do with the programme - beyond what I'd perhaps use it for day to day, nice to know what I could use it for."
Financial Times
  • 7th June