CITT Alberta is holding 2 days of ETC Console Training at the Timms Centre for the Arts in Edmonton on March 3 & 4, 2019. Join us in the lead up to the annual Backstage Access Production Expo. These courses will be taught by an ETC-certified professional trainer from Los Angeles.
The Level 3: Advanced Skills class is open to everyone, although both CITT and ETC strongly recommend those planning to attend should review the prior courses, Level 1: Essentials and Level 2: Enhanced Skills beforehand. Especially if you haven’t attended any ETC training previously or are new to the console.
The Expert Topics: Advanced Effects, Advanced Magic Sheets (including Snapshots and Macros), and Colour Controls (including Colour Paths) class is intended for experienced professionals looking to enhance their speed, skills, and knowledge. Sufficient prior knowledge of the console is required along with a core competence level. This will be an in-depth class going into lots of detail and if you aren’t already comfortable with the desk you will find yourself falling behind. You will need to register for both days or have previously taken Level 2 training in order to attend this course.
If you have previously attended a Level 2 training course (through CITT or elsewhere) or feel you have sufficient time, experience, and knowledge of the consoles then please email email@example.com with your credentials or stating your past training to receive a password to register for Day 2 only.
All participants wishing to take the Expert Topic class must email firstname.lastname@example.org prior to beginning registration.
CITT Alberta along with Presenting Partner Theatre Alberta have joined together to offer free Individual Audiometric Tests to the members of both our organizations. As part of our quest to support provincial performance community, we have arranged for two-OH&S certified testers to bring their testing unit to Backstage Access. They will also have a booth in the trade show where you can learn more about custom hearing protection.
These tests will provide a baseline going forward so you can know how your hearing is now and compare in future years any losses you may have developed. You will receive a printed audiogram describing what was found.
Do to the length of each test (approx 10 minutes) we are only able to accommodate tests for 50 people, sign up now to reserve your spot.
Here are more details about legislation in Alberta surrounding hearing and noise:
Noise in the Workplace
Audiometric Testing: Information for employers and workers
Members of CITT and Theatre Alberta are invited to sign up now