Learn to create stunning posters, brochures and magazines with InDesign.

Adobe InDesign courses available at your offices, one of our training centres or as live online training.

InDesign Courses

Why Choose Us?

Money Back Guarantee

Money Back Guarantee

We’re so confident that you’ll love your InDesign course that we offer a money-back guarantee (See details).

Multi Award-Winning

Multi Award-Winning

We’ve won the Feefo Gold award for customer service 7 years in a row. You can be sure things will go smoothly and that you will leave your Indesign training an expert!

Small Classes Small Classes

Our average class is 4: there’s lots of time for your InDesign questions.

Lots of practice Lots of practice

You’ll return to work a much faster, more confident InDesign user.

Convenient & Comfortable Convenient & Comfortable

Modern, easily accessible London and Guildford training centres.

Professional Training Professional Training

Our certified Indesign trainers ensure you receive gold-standard training.

London & Surrey Locations

Guildford Training Courses
Surrey Technology Centre, 40 Occam Road
Guildford, GU2 7YG
Tel: 01483 688 488


London Training Courses
Fleet House, 8-12 New Bridge St
London, EC4V 6AL
Tel: 0203 603 0150


Private Courses

Looking for private group training or a 1-2-1 session?

Our custom courses are organised on dates to suit you, either at your office or ours whichever you’d prefer.

Our free pre-course reviews ensure that custom courses focus on the exact topics that you need to cover.

The Day

Course Times

9.15 - 9.30
9.30 - 11.00
Training Session 1
11.00 - 11.15
11.15 - 12.30
Training Session 2
12.30 - 13.30
13.30 - 14.25
Training Session 3
14.25 - 15.00
15.00 - 16.30
Training Session 4

What's Included?

Everything you need for a great day's training

A full-colour manual to take home with you A full-colour manual to take home with you
A USB stick so that you can take the exercises you've been working on home with you A USB stick so that you can take the exercises you've been working on home with you
Pens, pads and everything you'll need  to take notes Pens, pads and everything you'll need to take notes
Plenty of tea, coffee and biscuits Plenty of tea, coffee and biscuits
6 months of support post the course in case you get stuck on anything 6 months of support post the course in case you get stuck on anything
A modern comfortable air-conditioned  training room A modern comfortable air-conditioned training room
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  • Maximum number of delegates who can attend has been reduced to 4 or 5 depending on location
  • Temperature checks on arrival
  • Desk distancing complies with guidelines
  • Hand sanitising on arrival
  • Facemasks available
  • In the office all training equipment and furniture sanitised thoroughly after use
  • Stationery used by the delegates during training to be taken away with the delegate or disposed of at the end of the day
  • The building cleaning staff regularly disinfect all of all of the doors, handles, stair hand rails, etc.

Our online training is designed to re-create the classroom experience as closely as possible. It is a live training session using Zoom or Teams and the trainer is there throughout. The training is still hands-on so you do need to have the software installed on your own computer. The trainer shares their screen to demonstrate techniques and there is also the option of being able to share your screen if you are really stuck! Depending on the class size, which we still keep to a maximum of 8, questions can be asked at any time or at set points throughout the day.

The trainers like to see you! They much prefer it if you have a camera on so they can see you as well as you them.

We provide everything that you will need for a fun, productive day of training.

Everyone has their own computer to work on in a comfortable, bright, air conditioned room.

We provide plenty of tea, coffee & biscuits,and a USB stick so that you can take files home with you.

We provide 6 months of post course support as well.

If you get stuck on anything relating to the course simply get in touch and explain the issue.

We will make sure your trainer contacts you as soon as possible to help you out.

We don’t want to be the biggest training company but we are trying to be the best.

We have now won the Feefo Gold Award for customer service for 6 years in a row.

We always limit our classes to a maximum of 8 delegates but try to keep them smaller. During 2018 our average class size was 4 people.

To back up our promise of great training we offer a 100% money back guarantee.

Our focus is on you being a faster, more capable InDesign user when you return to work.

Our courses combine traditional teaching to explain new concepts and tools with hands-on exercises.

The exercises ensure that you get plenty of time to try out what you have just been taught and make sure that you really understand it.

We also make sure that there is plenty of time for you to ask questions in case there is anything you are unsure of.

Yes we are.

We are an Adobe authorised training centre.

Adobe has not been creating new AATC’s in London for some time. This means that we are currently unable to get official Adobe authorised training centre status in London.

We hope to get Adobe certified for our London courses during 2020. Be assured that our London training courses are run to exactly the same standard as those in Guildford.

Libraries are covered towards the end of our 2-day advanced InDesign class.

As noted above they can speed up your workflow substantially.

We cover creating tables of contents when you attend our course for advanced InDesign users.

Tables of contents can be quickly and simply created and updated if you set them up correctly.

No other than your travel to the course venue.

We provide everything that you need for a great day’s training.

This includes tea, coffee & biscuits, a full-colour manual to keep and pens, pads and a USB stick.

When you book a course on our website we will be alerted of that in the office. We will then process your booking and reply to your booking with an email which hopefully contains all of the details that you need.

When you receive it please read it carefully, it will contain:

  1. A VAT invoice which is due for payment 14 days before the course.
  2. Full venue details & location. This includes suggested routes of travel to the venue and instructions for the day.
  3. A confirmation of your booking course, dates and location.

Please note that if you are an individual making a booking for yourself less than 14 days before the course we will require payment at the point of booking.

We accept direct bank transfers and credit card payments.

We charge 2% for payments made on company credit cards.

Yes! We will provide everyone attending a course with a certificate to show attendance and your ability to use the software.

Come dressed in whatever you find most comfortable. Most people on our courses dress casually.

No… InDesign is practically identical on Mac and Windows platforms.

There are incredibly few difference but we’re happy to discuss these with you during any of our classes.

Of course… it’s what InDesign is designed for!

If you attend our course for InDesign beginners you’ll be able to quickly create a beautiful flyer or poster very quickly in InDesign.

This article on InDesign flyers gives you lots of templates and examples of the types of things you’ll be able to create after your training course with us.

Yes, layers are covered in our course for InDesign beginners.

However, Layers in Photoshop are very different from Layers in InDesign and Illustrator so… don’t be expecting the same… they’re easier!

Adobe InDesign is just under £20/month on a Creative Cloud subscription.

You can find full details on Creative Cloud subscriptions here.

Alternatively we’d be very happy to discuss it with during one of the breaks during your course.

Illustrator is used to create graphics (maps, plans, icons, infographics, graphs, logos etc).

InDesign is used to create and format documents (magazines, flyers etc).

The two applications work hand in hand and Adobe have designed them that way so that transferring files from one to the other is very simple.

The best way to think of it is that unless the graphics that you create in Illustrator are going to be used completely stand-alone, you will need to transfer them to another computer package to include them in a magazine or poster. InDesign is an application designed specifically for that.

For more details see these pages on the Adobe site.

Adobe’s InDesign page

Adobe’s Illustrator page

For details of our Illustrator training course: Illustrator Course Page

Our trainers know InDesign inside out, some have been using it since it was launched! So we’re happy to answer questions on other areas of InDesign.

They are also expert graphic designers so you won’t just be exposed to the best training in terms of the program but you’ll also pick up some great design tricks about how to produce great-looking work.

Lots of people keep in touch after the course so there is a good chance you will expand your network of graphic design experts who you can call on in the future if you ever need a second opinion. And if you want to go the more formal route we are here for you after the training and offer you 6 months of post-course support.

Older versions of InDesign were designated with a CS. This was short for Creative Suite. So the most recent version of InDesign CS was InDesign CS6. These versions of InDesign were sold with the older perpetual licence type of access. These versions of InDesign are no longer supported by Adobe.

This has been replaced by Adobe InDesign CC where the CC refers to Creative Cloud. Creative Cloud is the description given by Adobe to all of their applications that are available over the internet. The Adobe Creative Cloud is a collection of over 20 applications that Adobe makes. These enable photography (Photoshop CC), design (Illustrator CC), video (Premiere Pro CC), movie effects (After Effects CC), and much more.

Apps accessed through the Adobe Creative Cloud are constantly upgraded and so the designation does not change as it used to with each new release of InDesign which went CS1, CS2 and so on.

The CC is short for Creative Cloud. This refers to the ne

Earlier versions of the app used the CS designation, which represented Creative Suite. InDesign CC is subscription-based, requiring a monthly or annual fee, while InDesign CS was available as a perpetual license which could be purchased and used forever with a one-time fee. Many of the same features necessary for working on projects are present in both the CC and CS versions of InDesign. While InDesign CS is no longer supported by Adobe Systems, it can still be used for many projects on Mac OS and Windows computers. While InDesign CC may not have received significant updates since the creative suite versions, related Adobe apps have been updated considerably. Users subscribing to the entire Creative Cloud for other applications can access InDesign CC as it is included. InDesign CC is useful if using the most current Windows operating systems.


As of 2021, we will offer the following bite-sized online courses: