Twofour54 signs training agreement with Adobe

Abu Dhabi media precinct to become authorised Adobe training centre.
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Twofour54 tadreeb, the education wing of the Abu Dhabi-based media precinct, has announced that it will become an authorised Adobe training centre.

New courses for individuals, students and trained professionals will be offered in Arabic and English covering a number of Adobe’s creative software packages including InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop.

“The addition of these courses strengthens our portfolio of training programmes,” said Tony Orsten, CEO, twofour54. “All our courses are intended to be flexible and affordable, with courses offered outside office hours, both at our training academy or in a client’s premises.”

The academy offers more than 200 bi-lingual training courses across a wide range of media disciplines.

“Through twofour54, Abu Dhabi has illustrated a clear commitment to growing the media and entertainment industries for the Middle East region and is working to foster a thriving community in the UAE capital,” said Abdallah Saqqa, general manager, Adobe Systems MENA.

“For Adobe, this presents an exciting opportunity to be part of developing a culture of creativity and we are delighted to be partnering with twofour54 tadreeb to offer a range of Adobe training courses to the industry,” he added.

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