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FAQs

How long is each class?

Most of our classes are held during the weekdays. We occasionally have classes available during the weekends and evening, lecture-style workshops, Certification Programs and private instruction. Class lengths vary for each training style.

Where are your classes located?

Our public classes are held at our downtown Fort Collins location at 324 Remington St. Suite 130 or one of our satellite locations in Denver or Westminster.  For directions and parking information, visit our Map and Location page.

Online classes are also available.

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We also offer private on-site training at your offices or chosen location and online training.

How do I enroll in a class?

You may register for our regularly-scheduled group courses through our online enrollment system. To get started, find the course you are interested in and follow the instructions on the course page. If you have any questions on which class is right for you, please contact us at (970)980-8091.

If an available course is not currently scheduled, please use our contact form to request schedule information and availability. Once you have registered online, course enrollment will be confirmed via email. Special arrangements and payment plans are available.

Do I have to meet the prerequisites to take a class?

We highly recommend that each student begin in the Level 1/Beginner’s classes to build a strong foundation of skills.  Some classes have specific pre-requisite requirements and it is the students responsibility to understand and acknowledge that this requirement has been met.

Digital Workshop Center does not provide pre-screening or assessments for students. It is the responsibility of each student to evaluate the prerequisites of each course and ensure they feel qualified to move beyond each level on their own. Please call us at (970) 980-8091 to discuss course options.

What if I have to re-schedule or cancel my class?

If you need to re-schedule or cancel a class, please review our terms and conditions and review the refund table section. Cancellation due to emergency situations will be addressed on a case-by-case basis.  Every student receives a copy of their enrollment agreement including Terms and Conditions at the time of registrations.  It is the students responsibility to abide by these conditions.

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What does a free re-take mean and am I eligible?

A re-take is provided for specific public courses as a way for students to refresh the skills they learned in class. A re-take is non-transferable and no textbook is provided (students need to bring their original textbook). If a student does not attend the originally scheduled class, they are not eligible for a re-take. Re-take eligibility expires one(1) year after the start date of the initial class.

Does it cost more to do a private training vs. a group training session?

All of our courses are available for private one-on-one training. However, there is an additional fee per student, per course for a private instruction. This fee varies based on the course.

What forms of payment do you accept?

We accept payment by Visa, MasterCard, American Express, JCB, Discover, Diners Club, or check. Please make all checks payable to Digital Workshop Center. Note: Returned checks are subject to a $25 penalty.

What type of discounts or financial aid are available?

Digital Workshop Center offers discounts for first time students, seniors, and groups, as well as a 6-month payment plan for qualified students.

What is included in my course fee?

All of our public courses include the following: a professional textbook, practice examples and/or files, one month of free technical support, and one year for a free re-take of the same course. Certain restrictions may apply. Upon completion of a course, each student receives a Certificate of Completion from Digital Workshop Center.

Lecture style workshops include a custom reference packet in place of a textbook.

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How old do I have to be to take a class at the DWC

Anyone over the age of 18 is allowed to enroll for any of our courses. Anyone under the age of 18 wishing to attend a course must have their parent or guardian sign a written consent form before the course date.

Digital Workshop Center does not prohibit anyone from attending our courses based on race, gender, color, national origin, disability, or age.