March 4 - 5, 2018
CITT Alberta will be holding 2 days of ETC Console Training at the Jubilee Auditorium in Calgary on March 4 & 5, 2018. These courses will be taught by two ETC-certified professionals trainers.
The Level 2: Enhanced Skills class is open to everyone, although both CITT and ETC strongly recommends those planning to attend the Level 2 course to review Level 1 by completing the online course, Level 1 Essentials for Eos Family Software beforehand. Especially if you haven’t attended any ETC training previously or are new to the console.
The Expert Topics: Macros, Advanced Magic Sheets, and Effects 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 may find yourself falling behind. You will need to register for both days or have previously taken Level 2 training (or have sufficient time, experience, and knowledge of the consoles) in order to attend this course. If you are planning on attending the Expert Topic class please email email@example.com prior to beginning registration to obtain the passcode and to outline your experience if you do not plan on also taking the level 2 class.
All classes will be strictly limited to 16 seats to ensure plenty of hands on time with the console. There will be 2-people, per console, maximum, and no ability to audit the course, so register soon to save your seat. This year the class will feature 4 Gio consoles and 4 Ion XE consoles. As always the software is the same across the entire Eos Family range. ETCP Electrician Renewal Credits will be provided if required.
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All classes will be held at the Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium in Calgary, Alberta. The Jubilee has graciously agreed to host our session in advance of their 6th Annual Backstage Access Production Expo. With your paid registration to ETC Console Training you will be able to attend the Trade Show and any of the Backstage Access programming on Tuesday March 6 for free!
WOW Lighting & Controls and Richard McDonald & Associates is proud to support Alberta’s performing arts community and their financial support has contributed to the success of this event.
About your instructor:
Christopher Stokes is a Field Project Manager, Western Region for ETC based out of their Hollywood office. He loves coming to Canada during the winter to escape the heat of southern California. He received an MFA in lighting design from the California Institute of the Arts in Northridge. Stokes has also worked as an assistant lighting designer to Tony® Award-winning lighting designer Donald Holder on productions, such as Spiderman: Turn off the Dark , the Broadway revival of Promises, Promises , the Lion King national tour, Happiness at Lincoln Center, and the first and second seasons of the television show Smash.
The CITT Alberta Section would like to acknowledge the financial support received from the National Office of CITT/ICTS and WOW/RMA. We have also received donated space from the Jubilee Auditorium to offer the workshop. By working together we have all been able to bring this exciting event to Alberta.