From as early as the application form stage, employers are on the lookout for a number of main skills, which can be organized into two types: ‘hard skills’ and ‘soft skills’. You will have probably heard of these two definitions before
what do they actually mean?
Hard skills are those that you need to be able to perform a particular job. These often vary depending on the type of role you will be performing or the industry in which you will be working in.
They can usually be developed through studying and training.
Examples of hard skills include an Accountancy diploma, fluency in a Foreign Language, knowledge of a particular software or experience in a particular industry sector, ie. Computer Programming, Game Developing,…
Soft skills on the other hand are usually self-taught and self-developed.
For staffs, adding as many soft skills is the Non-Boring Way to Show off Your Soft Skills In Your Job Search. Unlike hard skills they are not specific to an industry or job.
As such they are becoming increasingly valuable to all employers, regardless of the type of industry they operate in, as it helps them to understand how you will fit in with their working environment and how you will perform as one of their employees.
What is Photoshop?
It’s the ubiquitous and industry standard graphics software for photographers, designers, digital artists, as well as casual enthusiasts, can be a baffling application to understand the first time you fire it up.
Take a quick Photoshop Course with Imperial Program!
You will get a beginner’s overview of the various tools contained within the Tools panel.
From the selection tools to the retouching tools, you’ll learn all about them and their uses.
The most important concept you should understand about Photoshop is its layering system.
Layers allow you to stack different objects and images to keep your work separated, ordered, and easily editable. In photography, filters are camera accessories that you place on your lens to capture photos that will have fascinating effects.
This concept is digitally incorporated into Photoshop and is a convenient way of editing your images quickly.
Adding layer styles, using layer style presets that come with Photoshop, what the various layer effects do, and more are covered in this Photoshop course.
Maybe you want to remove the background from a photo, or select just a certain object in an image and use it in another Photoshop document.
Whatever the case, selecting things inside your canvas is a task you should expect to do plenty of times in your ‘shopping career.
Basic Adobe Photoshop – Course syllabus
Module 1: Navigating and Layering
Module 2: Exploring how to Use Tools (Pen, Magic Wand, Lasso, etc)
Module 3: Making Adjustment of Color and Learning how to Draw Shapes
Module 4: Understanding how to do Masking and Blending Options
*Each module will be taught in a single session of 3 hours.
Call us for further details of this Photoshop Course: 8199 7922