Adobe Generation – there’s still time to sign up!

As we head into week 4 of Adobe Generation, I’d like to share how the course is going so far.

Just as a recap for anyone who missed this when we announced it, Adobe Generation is a series of online courses (each lasting ten weeks) designed to help teach UK students (age 14-19) the key skills needed to succeed in a range of creative careers.

We kicked off the Adobe Generation with a games design course on 10th May and have already had a fantastic response with lots of people signing up taking part. What’s great to see is that it’s not just students who have registered; we’ve also had a number of teachers join the sessions.  One teacher who’s joined the course told me he thought it was great free CPD, and because it’s all online he can dip into it when he can.

Each weekly session run online over Adobe Connect (every Thursday from 7:00pm to 8:15pm) are led by experienced educators, Roxana Hadad and Bournemouth Media School lecturer Mark Shufflebottom, with a guest speaker from the creative industries. 

As the Games Design course is run on a virtual learning environment and the weekly online sessions are recorded and available on demand you can still sign up, catch up, and enjoy the fun.  Visit for more information.


About Liz Wilkins

Liz Wilkins is Senior Marketing Manager for Education at Adobe Systems UK. Her involvement with Adobe Education products has seen her work closely with a range of educational institutions, championing the use of digital media tools in the curriculum, and their integration into a number of subject areas in order to better prepare students for the future demands of the workplace. Liz works closely with teachers and administrators integrating software, curriculums, and instructional resources as well as certification options and professional development tools. Through promoting digital literacy in cross-curricular education, teaching essential career skills, and streamlining administrative processes Liz has experience working in partnership with a diverse portfolio of schools and further education institutions.
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