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Academy Class to Greet London Design Festival with Designers Fiesta 2

07-13-2011 07:18 AM CET | IT, New Media & Software

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Academy Class to Greet London Design Festival with Designers

LONDON, UK — UK new media training company Academy Class takes part in The London Design Festival with the Designers Fiesta 2 on September 23, 2011. Hosting the event for a full day at 15Hatfields in London, Academy Class’ nine digital media and web experts will be giving presentations and workshops on various topics in the fields of online and digital media. The training company is already preselling tickets, both at full prices of £49 and discounted rates £29 for student participants.

Speakers for this event include Adobe-certified instructors at Academy Class and professionals who specialise in print-based technologies, online entrepreneurship, and web development. Sessions will be workshop-type gatherings that range from tutorials for the Adobe Creative Suite, photography post-production how-to’s, to seminars on profitable social media use. The event is targeted at design and web professionals and enthusiasts who are looking to capitalise or expand on their knowledge of the new media industry.

The Designers Fiesta 2 is a follow-up to last year’s successful Designers Fiesta. Carrying over its slogan—“Learn, Meet, Party”—it will be a combination of a day’s worth of new media training and after-event socialisation. Sessions will go off simultaneously on a schedule starting at 9 AM, and will be concluded with the last set of sessions at 6 PM. Afterwards, everyone will get the chance to meet and greet speakers and other like-minded individuals over drinks.

Details on the event, including speakers, sessions, ticketing, and location, may be seen on http://academy-class.com/designers-fiesta. The page will be updated with the schedule of sessions as the event draws near.

Academy Class is a new media training company in the UK for creative and developers. Founded and directed by both Mark Young and Iain Macaskill, Academy Class offers training courses authorised by Adobe, Apple, Autodesk, Quark, and the Institute of IT Training, with facilities in London, Manchester, Glasgow, Newcastle, Cardiff, and Birmingham.

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