Six new tests also released
Bloomington, IN - July 28, 2002 -StaffingTools.com, the e-learning company focused on providing testing and training for the graphic communications industry, announced the release of a new Photoshop Basics course in addition to six new tests. The releases are the latest additions to StaffingTools growing library of prepress and graphics testing and training.
Photoshop Basics is designed for first time and novice users of Photoshop. The course guides a user through the basics of the Photoshop while covering the skills required to perform scanning and color correction, use effects and filters, and alter images. It is designed to act as a stepping stone to other intermediate and advanced level Photoshop courses in the StaffingTools course library.
"The current digital prepress environment requires skilled employees that need on-going training and the StaffingTools library is continually growing to meet these needs for graphics and prepress professionals," said Julie Jankowski, Director of Corporate Sales. "Photoshop Basics is an essential course for those moving from traditional to digital prepress and those just getting started using the software program."
In addition to the Photoshop Basics course, StaffingTools has released six new tests. The tests cover Scanning and Color Correction in Photoshop for MAC and PC, Preparing Web Graphics in Adobe Photoshop for Mac and PC, and Microsoft Publisher 2000. Tests are an integral part of the StaffingTools system and can be used by managers to test a potential employee's skills before making a hiring decision. The tests are also a component of each course allowing users to test out of what they already know and focus on just the skills they need.
Additional courses for software upgrades are currently in development and will be released this fall. These include What's New in QuarkXPress 5.0, Photoshop 7, InDesign 2 and Illustrator 10.
The Photoshop Basics course is available for only $99.95 online at www.staffingtools.com. Corporate packages are available by contacting Julie Jankowski at 812-355-3030 ext.105.
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