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What’s your learning style?

How do you learn best? One popular theory, the VARK model, identifies four primary types of learners: visual, auditory, reading/writing, and kinesthetic. Each learning type responds best to a different method of teaching. Which one suits you? Our Advanced Colour Analysis course works across all of these learning styles. There Read more…

New Prospectus 2018 for Colour Analysis Diploma

Cheap Colour Consultant Training

If you are looking for a cheap training course in Colour Analysis you’ve come to the right place. It was always the wish of Patt Scott Vincent the founder of Colourflair that Colour Analysis training should be available to everyone. The Colourflair courses where priced accordingly. Rather than call our Read more…


Become an Image Consultant

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The Colour Wheel

A Grumbacher colour wheel is an essential tool when you are learning about colour. There’s one in the Colourflair Advanced Colour Analysis Training Kit. Unless people paint, relatively few people have used the colour wheel, and so are interested in finding out more. I find it a really useful tool Read more…