UX Foundation
Course details
What’s the duration of the UX Foundation course?
The UX Foundation course runs over two days.
What will I learn during the UX Foundation course?
You’ll follow the real life cycle of a UX project during the course, which will cover topics including UX principles, user research, analysis frameworks, interaction design, prototyping and wireframing. You can find out more about the course content on the UX Foundation page.
Who typically attends this course?
Anybody working in a digital capacity or looking to build UX skills can benefit from attending the course. Typically, software developers, web designers, business analysts, UX designers, product managers, graphic designers, project managers, digital marketers and content managers plus many more professions attend this course.
How is the course delivered?
UX Foundation is delivered through classroom training, combining theory and practice. The course is engaging, interactive, practical and collaborative. There are plenty of teamwork exercises throughout the two days. Reviews from past students have highlighted the course as being fun, engaging, comprehensive, hands-on and enjoyable - check out one of our alumni stories.

Is the course in English?
Yes - all of our courses are in English.
Who teaches the course?
Our courses are delivered by our experienced trainers - find out more about our trainers.
What are the main learning outcomes of the UX Foundation course?
You’ll understand the key skills and concepts in UX - including research, analysis, design, psychology and prototyping. You’ll also really understand the UX mindset and how important it is to achieving your end goal of producing software that meets users’ needs. Find out more about the Outcomes for You of the course.
What’s the difference between the two day UX Foundation course and the online Professional Diploma in UX Design?
UX Foundation is a classroom course whereas the Professional Diploma in UX Design is an online course. UX Foundation brings you through all the fundamentals of UX design so that you have a thorough understanding of the process and gain skills that you can apply straight away in your job.

The Diploma covers more material (roughly twice the material) and goes deeper into the topics covered on the Foundation course. The key difference between the two courses is that the Professional Diploma is a university-accredited diploma (with projects and an exam) so you will be certified in UX Design. Many students who’ve previously taken the UX Foundation course have gone on to study the Professional Diploma.
Will this course help me get me a job in UX?
This course is going to put you in a strong position when it comes to applying for a job in UX. You’ll have learnt in-depth UX skills and knowledge that you can apply directly to a UX role.
Some UX educational companies offer a job guarantee but we don’t believe in those kinds of tactics as they’re just selling tools. We’re a UX educational company - not a recruitment company - and we don’t lead our students on by pretending that we are. What we do is equip you with the highest standards of UX skills and knowledge so that you’re fully educated and job ready.
Do I have to take an exam?
No, there is no exam for UX Foundation.
What do I receive when I complete the course?
You will receive a certification of completion - both a hard copy and a digital copy (to the email address you provided us with). If you wish, you’ll be able to use the digital copy to add a certification badge to your LinkedIn profile.
Do I need to bring anything with me to the course?
No, you don’t need to bring anything with you. We have notepads and pens if you need to take notes but feel free to bring your own notepad along.
Is lunch provided?
Yes, we provide lunch during the two days of the course. We’ll check with you if you have any dietary requirements in the run up to the course.
I need approval for the course from my manager - do you have anything that can help me with this?
Yes - this is something that comes up quite often so we’ve prepared a convince your boss document that gives persuasive facts and figures for why you completing the course will be beneficial for your company and also why, generally, UX is well worth investing in.
Course suitability
Do I need prior UX knowledge to do the course?
No, this is a course for people who are new to UX. If you have experience working on digital projects (in any capacity), it will help you with the course. But you don’t need any prior UX knowledge to do the course.
Do I need to have a design background to do the course?
No, you don’t need to have a design background or any design skills to do the course.
Do I need to know code to do the course?
No, you don’t need to know code to do the course. This isn’t a technical course on how to build a website through coding - instead, the focus is on UX mindset, research, analysis and interaction design.
I’m not currently working in UX but need to use UX in my job. Will this course help me in my current job?
If you work in digital in any capacity, you need to understand UX. Our courses have proven to be of benefit to people in a lot of roles - software developers, web designers, business analysts, product managers, project managers, graphic designers, digital marketers, content managers and many more….
I’m currently working in UX. Is the course for me?
Yes, a sizeable number of our students are already working in the UX field. It’s a very common trend for people working in web design/development/graphic design/IT/product management and other roles to have moved over to more of a UX type role during their career, without necessarily having a formal training in UX. This course gives a good opportunity to add that training to your CV.

We would encourage you, though, if you’re in this situation to strongly consider doing the Professional Diploma in UX Design. It provides a university-accredited qualification that will really boost your CV and employability. Many UX designers have taken this course to significantly add to their skills and knowledge and get certified in UX.
Cost & payment
How much does it cost?
The cost of UX Foundation courses depends on which city you attend and how early you buy your ticket. Check out our Upcoming Courses page.
Do you have an early bird system?
Yes - if you purchase a place on the course by certain dates, you can avail of early bird prices.
How do I pay?
You can pay by credit card or Paypal on our payment page. Alternatively, you can pay by quote/invoice if you get in touch with us directly to arrange.
Can I get a quote/invoice/PO for my company?
Yes, that’s no problem. We are happy to supply you with a quote/invoice/PO for your company - just let us know what you need and we’ll sort it out.
What is your cancellation policy?
You can find full details of our cancellation policy on our Terms and Conditions page.
Corporate training
Training details
What’s the duration of corporate training courses?
Typically, corporate training is for two days. If you require something outside of that duration, we can talk about customising the length of the course for you.
Who typically attends corporate training courses?
Anybody working in a digital capacity or looking to build UX skills can benefit from attending our courses. Typically, software developers, web designers, business analysts, UX designers, product managers, graphic designers, project managers, digital marketers and content managers plus many more professions attend our corporate training courses.
Can this course be customised?
Yes, we can customise corporate training, depending on your needs. Get in touch with us to find out more.
Do attendees need to have prior UX knowledge before the training?
No, this is a course for people who are new to UX. If attendees have experience working on digital projects (in any capacity), it will help them with the course. But they don’t need any prior UX knowledge to do the course.
Do attendees need to have coding skills?
No, attendees don’t need to know code to do the course. This isn’t a technical course on how to build a website through coding - instead, the focus is on UX mindset, research, analysis and interaction design.
Do attendees need to have design skills?
No, attendees don’t need to have a design background or any design skills to do the course.
Is the training in English?
Yes - all of our courses are in English.
Who delivers corporate training?
Corporate training is delivered by one of our experienced trainers.
How is the training delivered?
Corporate training is delivered through classroom training, combining theory and practice. The course is engaging, interactive, practical and collaborative. There are plenty of teamwork exercises throughout the two days. Reviews from past students have highlighted the course as being fun, engaging, comprehensive, hands-on and enjoyable.
What do attendees receive after completing the training?
Attendees receive a certification of completion - both a hard copy and a digital copy (to the email address provided to us). If they wish, attendees can use the digital copy to add a certification badge to your LinkedIn profile.
Is there a minimum amount of people required for corporate training?
Yes, corporate training requires a minimum of 10 people. If you have a group less than 10 and still want to avail of our training, we’d suggest that your team members take part in one of our UX Foundation courses. We do offer a special rate if you’re booking several team members on this course - talk to us to find out more.
Do attendees need to bring anything to the training?
No, they don’t need to bring anything. We have notepads and pens if attendees need to take notes but they are, of course, free to bring their own notepads along.
Do your trainers travel to us?
Yes, we organise for our trainer to travel to where you are based.
Do we need to provide a venue/do you have a venue?
We can supply a venue for a charge. Or, if you have your own venue, you can host the training there.
Cost & payment
How much does it cost?
Get in touch and we’ll organise a quote for you, based on your needs.
How do I pay?
Get in touch  with us about corporate training and we’ll let you know how to organise payment.
Can I get a quote/invoice/PO for my company?
Yes, that’s no problem. We are happy to supply you with a quote/invoice/PO for your company - just let us know what you need and we’ll sort it out.
What is your cancellation policy?
You can find full details of our cancellation policy on our Terms and Conditions page.