Adobe Graphics Design & E-Learning Combo (Adobe Software)

Job Occupations:

Graphic Designer
Web Content Designer
User Interface Designer (UI)
Creative Content Director
E-Learning Specialist

Adobe Creative Suite

10 Things To Improve Your Creative Career

Adobe Captivate 

Meet Your Instructor

Student Work

E-Art Magazine Design by Jose Marroquin
Plastic Surgery Ad By Garry Richardson
Sushi Menu Design By Zachary Schlagel
Photoshop Collage By Zachary Schlagel
Masterclass Event Poster By Marc Flarey
Photoshop Poster By Cesar Rodriguez

Demand Projection

Employment of Graphic Designers is expected to increase by 3 percent from 2018 to 2028, about as fast as the average for all occupations. The projected change in employment of graphic designers varies by industry. For example, employment of graphic designers in newspaper, periodical, book, and directory publishers is projected to decline 22 percent from 2018 to 2028. However, employment of graphic designers in computer systems design and related services is projected to grow 24 percent over the same period. Companies are continuing to increase their digital presence, requiring graphic designers to help create visually appealing and effective layouts of websites. With the increased use of the Internet, designers will be needed to create designs and images for portable devices, websites, electronic publications, and video entertainment media. Graphic designers will take on increasingly important roles in the marketing of products. For example, graphic designers working in advertising or for computer design firms may influence the design of websites and publications. Designers will work with advertising and marketing staff to create graphics for websites, mobile phones, and other technology. BLS.GOV

Program Profile

Future Tech Career Institute offers training courses and certifications for creativities pursuing a career in design. While taking the Adobe Graphics and E-Learning Combo course, you will be exposed to the latest Adobe software. This program is designed to help you learn how to create, manage and deliver relevant content. Furthermore FTCI offers courses in Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Flash, Dreamweaver, and Captivate! Combine the Hands-on training we offer with the Industry recognized certifications you’ll receive, and you’ll be on your way to increasing your salary in no time! Certification in Adobe Captivate is for eLearning practitioners, who have basic to advanced level proficiency in instructional design and eLearning course-creation workflows. The Adobe Certified Professional Certification (ACP) is for creativities pursuing a career in design, who utilize Adobe Creative Suite programs. Technology is constantly growing and jobs such as Graphic Designer, Web Content Designer, Creative Content Director and E-Learning Specialist are in demand, NOW! Above all, we offer a flexible schedule with cost of training, training materials, practice exams, and certification exams are all included in the price of tuition. Call now for more information on how to get started!

ScheduleMorning & Evenings
HoursPart Time Hours: 144 Hours    Full Time Hours: 288 Hours
Weekly Hours: Customized per program
MethodClassroom, Live instructor, Hands-on Labs, Certified Materials (Online Available)
Course ObjectivesCertificate of Completion & Industry Recognized Certification
Industry Recognized CertificationAdobe ACP  | Adobe Captivate


Part Time Tuition & Fees $8,500Full Time Tuition & Fees $12,500
Program tuition and fees include the cost of training, training materials, practice exams & certification exams.

Schedule Options

Part Time Classroom Schedule Options
(Central Time)
Monday & Wednesday9:30-12:30 PM CT6:00-9:00 PM CT 
Tuesday & Thursdays9:30-12:30 PM CT6:00-9:00 PM CT 
Full Time Classroom Schedule Options
(Central Time)
Monday – Thursday9:30-2:00 PM CT4:30-9:00 PM CT 
 Mi-Time Training Option
(Not available to students utilizing VA benefits)
Training at your own pace from your own space!
Course availability and times are subject to change based on instructor availability and enrollments

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