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The program

Despite that there have been real improvements in use and access  of information and communications technology (ICT) around the world, there is tremendous evidence that suggests the growth of the digital divide between countries and within them. Many low-income areas still lack basic access to information and training, thus expanding the gap between communities in terms of quality of life, competitiveness and economic development. There is no gap as obvious as it is in education. Students usually don’t have access to computers or software, and teachers don’t always get the training to know how computer technology can enhance the learning process. Multilateral agencies and ONGs indicate that foundations and educational institutions have studied the scope and extent of educational barriers and access to ICTs, and most recommend the need for new educational paradigms - in addition to public-private partnerships to support them.
Adobe Acrobat PDF format and its application integration along with its advantages are  well known and recognized worldwide and is currently the standard when it comes to sharing digital documents. Since its inception ADOBE began to work on several of the pillars of what today represents global standards in visual communication, image and design. Among the key technologies included in this international certification, in the first stage are the following:
Technological developments have provided new and better tools in the area of ​​visual communication, image and design. In the area of ​​treatment of Images with Adobe Photoshop the possibilities of creating, editing, retouching, effects, etc.., Is impressive. In the area of ​​Web and multimedia content with Adobe, creating a website, its architecture and management of dynamic components are universally known today. International certifications in Adobe Photoshop, Dreamweaver and Flash assure that students have the knowledge and skills required to effectively use visual communication technologies, image and efficiently design according to standards set by the industry.


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Program Benefits for Students
Today some students entering high school have been previously exposed to the use of computers in one way or another and this has required some expertise. It is for this reason that students must have a high degree of knowledge of technology in the areas of visual communication, image and design. Students will benefit by: Recognition of skills development through interactive courses. To be competitive with the knowledge and skills required to become efficient users of computer technology.
Program Benefits for Teachers
One of the changes that institutions face is the adoption of responsible technology use in the classroom. Through the use of certifications from Adobe: Photoshop, Dreamweaver and Flash for teachers in reputed institutions, demonstrates the commitment to improvement, personal enrichment and interest in the education of students in all disciplines. Thereby forming the new Digital Skills. Adobe certifications strengthen trust in teachers use of technology as follows: Providing international certification awards that promote trust having done a good achievement.  Largely Increasing experience with the use of ICTs to accelerate the teaching - learning process of their students in the areas of specialization in visual communication, image and design.


The institution applying for the program must submit the requirements described below


The institution applying for the program must submit the requirements described below:

  • The institution must have a minimum of one Certificated Teacher (Visual Communication using Adobe Photoshop CS4, Web Communication using Adobe Dreamweaver CS4, Rich Media Communication using Adobe Flash CS4).
  • Having the right technology infrastructure according to international minimum standards required by the manufacturer (CERTIPORT, ADOBE, IBEC).

For whom


  1. Junior and Senior College students.
  2. Community or Technical College students.
  3. Teachers. Private Companies Employees.
  4. Public, Government Employees.
  5. Employees seeking to validate their skills and abilities.
  6. Anyone looking to gain knowledge in the areas of communication, visual, image and design with global technological standards.



For the implementation process and lounch of hte program, a working meeting will be organized between the school authorities and IBEC representatives in order to plan the training and implementation phase of the program.