FAQ

WHY SHOULD I STUDY GRAPHIC DESIGN?

If you are creative, intelligent and curious, graphic design might just be the perfect career for you.
In this field practically every assignment poses a challenge that has an exciting and creative solution. A designer can work flexibly, both in an office or at their own location posing a variety of employment options.

WHAT WILL THE CLASSES COVER?

The classes will cover the design process from brainstorming to sending the file to print. You will learn all the key points of the Adobe programs for print design: Photoshop, Indesign and Illustrator. The curriculum covers a few very exciting projects including identity / logo design, layout design and a final independent project of your choice.

WHAT ARE MY EMPLOYMENT PROSPECTS AFTER GRADUATING THIS COURSE?

Instead of just learning the skills and sending you on your way, the Professional Standard School of Design prepares you for a career in graphic design – you even leave with a beginner portfolio with four impressive pieces made start to finish by you! Employment opportunities are boundless, take your portfolio and start scouting!

HOW MANY STUDENTS CAN TAKE THE COURSE?

In order to receive the maximum attention from the instructor, the classes will be limited to eight students per instructor.

DO YOU OFFER MORE THAN ONE COURSE?

At the moment, our most popular course is the fast-tracked course to a career in graphic design. There are other longer, more intensive courses which are offered less frequently, please be in contact with Chaya about when the next one might be.

DO I HAVE TO KNOW HOW TO DRAW?

No! Part of the creative process is sketching our your ideas before putting them on the computer, but you do not have to have a history of drawing at all.

WHERE ARE THE COURSES LOCATED?

Most of our courses are offered in Ramat Eshkol, Jerusalem. Occasionally we offer courses if a group organizes itself elsewhere. Please contact us for more information.

HOW LONG DOES THE COURSE RUN?

Because the course is very individual and based on the students, it can run anywhere from 24-30 classes, each one 2 hours twice a week.