5 Reasons to Take My Color Design Course

November 17, 2017 § Leave a comment


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Calling all color lovers!

I hope you will consider joining me and other color enthusiasts from around the world for my next Color Design Course, April 26-29, 2018, on beautiful Bainbridge Island in Washington State, where I live and work. It is a short and beautiful ferry ride from Seattle.

This Color Design Course is a program for highly motivated individuals. It is a practical preparation not only to increase your color knowledge, but also to provide you a stepping-stone into the larger world of color consulting, whether for your own consulting business or for the benefit of your employer. Many employers see the value of this kind of training and will sponsor you to attend.

5 Reasons to Take the Course
1. Build on your existing color knowledge base
2. Broaden career opportunities into new roles or other industries
3. Network with other color enthusiasts
4. Do something fun and exciting for yourself
5. Add value to your current role and bring new ways of thinking about color to your employer

Special Bonus: You get to spend four days at the gorgeous Bainbridge Island Museum of Art. It is simply stunning and a very special venue for our class.

What You Will Learn in the Course
• The emotional and psychological aspects of color
• Consumer color preferences
• Overview of professional color systems
• Color naming and specifying
• The how-to’s of color forecasting, sources and guidelines
• How to market and sell your services
• Color trends and forecasts

See highlights from our July class here.

I know that you will find the training program a special experience. In the many classes I have taught over the years, there is a special warmth and kinship that develops among the people who attend – personal and professional bonds that continue to flourish after the class.

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What Past Students Say About the Course

“I wanted to thank you for such an amazing 4 days learning more about the business of color. It was truly inspiring and I now have so many ideas to bring my passion of color into my job and/or shift to consulting in the future. I cannot thank you both enough for your time.”
—Kari Smith, Workplace Strategist

“Thank you again for such an exquisite retreat experience. I have been reading your books as much as possible ever since. I even got an earth shattering (for me) new color scheme moment at the hotel I was staying at and may change my web site branding. And that was only the first few days after being with you. Life is so different now!”
—Dianne Denholm, Marketing Stylist

“What a wonderful experience. I have been talking to everyone I encounter about color! This experience is really making me think about where I could take color and psychology/trends, etc. Lee has been an inspiration to me the majority of my career and I am thankful for that!”
—Amy Rhodes, Art Director-Packaging

Interior Designer Credits
We have great news for all you interior designers out there! We are now offering 0.8 CEUs for this program. You must have a valid IDCEC number to receive credit.

Cost
The cost for the four-day class is $1,775. Does not include travel expenses. Register by February 14, 2018 and receive $200 off your registration.

Hotel and Travel
We have negotiated a group rate of $175/night at a local hotel. A detailed information packet about travel and logistics will be sent upon registration.

Register Today
For more information or to register, write to: leiseman@nwlink.com. Don’t delay; space is limited for this very special opportunity.

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