Quirk Education is now Red & Yellow

It is with the greatest pleasure that we announce the merger of Quirk Education’s brand, services and online and offline offerings into the logic and magic of the Red and Yellow School. The two brands officially became one under the Red & Yellow banner on the 28th February 2014.

Why you might ask?

The answer is remarkably simple. Since forging our initial relationship in 2012, we realised that we had two distinct organisations trying to achieve the same thing: the education and betterment of the industry through the growth and nurturing of smart, creative minds like yours. It made sense to combine our teams along with our content, resources and experience to achieve this.

Red & Yellow is now perfectly positioned to become a full-service knowledge hub for the marketing, advertising and communications industry. Our goal is to nurture and draw on relationships with our alumni, experts within agencies, businesses and academic institutions to create practically applicable, accessible knowledge that will help to drive the industry forward. As of now, Red & Yellow offers full-time programmes for undergraduates and postgraduates, bespoke training and consulting for corporates and institutions and short, part-time courses for ongoing professional development. We also ensure that practical, relevant skills and information are delivered in the most effective way, whether through classroom-based teaching or cutting-edge eLearning technology.

This is an incredibly exciting time for us; we have rebranded the school to reflect our new positioning, we have a creative new logo concept, a fabulous new website and the 5th edition of our incredible textbook is on the shelves. We hope that you will share in our excitement.

If you have any questions, comments or feedback about our new adventure and what it means, please feel free to get in touch with us.

Warm regards

Lyndi Lawson-Smith (Head of Quirk Education)

Lyndi Lawson Smith
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