I have taken a number of courses with Academy Class at their Manchester site previously with Ian as the instructor and they have always been excellent. This is my first time doing a live virtual course and the experience was fantastic. Ian's style has transferred well to this format and the tools used worked well. Despite being a little hesitant to take a course online, I am very happy with the way it went and would definitely take another course in this format.
I am very pleased with the course and it was really well presented. The instructor (Iman) was very clear with all the subjects and very thorough. I was very impressed with Iman and she really made the course such an enjoyable experience, I am very grateful for all her help and patience with all my questions. I was unsure how the online course would work for me as my first real instructor led online training experience, and actually it was much better than I thought, despite no direct human interaction. There were some positives, it was a small group (4 students) and you could see other issues that all students were dealing with as we shared screens to troubleshoot. Overall I am very pleased with the course and I looking forward to the next course in November with Iman (Revit). Thank you.
Excellent course , great teaching , going in to the course a complete beginner on premiere pro not having even looked at it , to coming out at the end of the week confident in using it and editing movies to how I want . Superb teacher explained everything really well. Only thing I would say is there were sound issues with the speaker as sometimes sound would slip in and out , but teacher would then explain and repeat anything missed , would recommend , and even consider doing other courses with the academy .
Nilly is an excellent instructor. Patient and diligent. She gave a good overview, in a relatively short space of time, of a software tool that is massive. I have nothing negative to say about her delivery of this course. Personally, however I feel that this consecutive four day course is not for absolute beginners like me. I feel to cope with that amount of knowledge you need some residual knowledge of the software or something similar. It is too much to take in in that short a time. Absolute beginners like me should do the four days over four weeks, with plenty of practice time in between lessons, to allow it all to sink in before the next day of learning. I feel I would have progressed better this way.