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TUANZ (e)-vision has hit the ground running for 04

TUANZ (e)-vision has hit the ground running for 2004!

As you will know TUANZ recently merged with Wellington's Digital Media Centre,(e)-vision.

That's meant we've had a busy start to the year putting a programme together! Loads of workshops are back on offer, and there'll be quite a few more on the horizon, but for the meantime here's a sneak preview of the February and March events:

17 - Beginner's Photoshop 7.0
18, 19, 25 & 26 - Web Authoring with HTML
27, 28, 29 - Digital Story Telling

17 - Intermediate Photoshop 7.0
23 - Content Management Demystified
24 - The Process: Print
25 - Trafficology
25 - The Process: Web
25 - Writing Effective Newsletters
30 & 31 Web Site Testing: Understanding Usability

For further details, including registrations, please visit - or call (09) 488 1888

TUANZ (e)-vision Corner Blair & Wakefield Streets, Wellington Phone +64 4 384 3556, Fax +64 4 384 3552

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