Dec
19
to Dec 22

AV Essentials in Minneapolis, MN | Local 13

This four-day, hands on course is part of the AVIXA/IATSE TTF Live Event Technician Certificate. AVIXA and the IATSE TTF have developed a customized classroom course and certificate program for IATSE workers making the transition to audiovisual jobs.

Topics include basic setup, operation and troubleshooting of audio, projection, presentation files, and AV networks typical in breakout rooms. Each student will be given a set-up to perform in an allotted amount of time as a hands-on final exam.

DATES: December 19-22, 2017

TIME: 8AM - 6PM each day

LOCATION: Minneapolis, MN

INSTRUCTOR: Ben Adams

REGISTRATION: Class size is limited to 28 students per class and daily attendance is mandatory. If you have been nominated to attend this course by Local 13, contact your local to take the Pre-Class Assessment. This assessment must be submitted at least two weeks prior to the class. You will not be admitted until the assessment is completed. Please contact Local 13 for more information.

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Oct
21
to Oct 22

Train the Trainer: Teaching Techniques and Presentation Skills in New York, NY

The TTF Train the Trainer: Teaching Techniques and Presentation Skills session is designed to take IATSE workers who are experts in their craft who are or will be training at their local and teaches them education and training techniques to improve their presentation and sharpen their skills as teachers.

The two-day training covers effective teaching techniques, learning styles, training design, and lesson planning for new safety and skills trainers while providing new training techniques to existing trainers. This is a training with something for everyone that is accessible and applicable to all crafts and trainers - new and experienced - with ample time for practice. It is a rigorous, information-packed, and rewarding two days where participants have the opportunity to learn, work, and network with new and existing IATSE worker-trainers from around the US and Canada.

Local unions are invited to nominate up to three IATSE workers from their local to attend our two-day, customized Train the Trainer workshop. Your nominees should be IATSE workers who already are safety or skills trainers for your local or individuals who will become new safety or skills trainers for the local. Click here for more information.

DATES: Saturday, October 21st & Sunday, October 22nd, 2017

TIME: 8AM - 6PM each day

LOCATION: New York, NY

INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Mark Johnson, BSBA, MS Technical Education, Ed.S Industrial Education, Ed.D

COST: The two day workshop itself is free of charge for participants. The IATSE Training Trust Fund cannot, however, cover the costs for travel, lodging*, meals, or per diems associated with travel or participation in this workshop.

Click here to download the application. 

This class is full. Nominees will be placed on a waiting list.

Please be advised that only individuals who've been nominated by their local and have received a confirmation letter will be admitted to the course. Walk-ins will not be accepted.

*Limited hotel subsidies may be available to qualifying locals. Click here for further details and an application.

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Oct
10
to Oct 13

AV Essentials in Tampa, FL | Local 321

This four-day, hands on course is part of the AVIXA/IATSE TTF Live Event Technician Certificate. AVIXA and the IATSE TTF have developed a customized classroom course and certificate program for IATSE workers making the transition to audiovisual jobs.

Topics include basic setup, operation and troubleshooting of audio, projection, presentation files, and AV networks typical in breakout rooms. Each student will be given a set-up to perform in an allotted amount of time as a hands-on final exam.

DATES: October 10 - 13, 2017

TIME: 8AM - 6PM each day

LOCATION: Tampa, FL

INSTRUCTOR: Ben Adams

REGISTRATION: Class size is limited to 28 students per class and daily attendance is mandatory. If you have been nominated to attend this course by Local 321, contact your local to take the Pre-Class Assessment. This assessment must be submitted at least two weeks prior to the class. You will not be admitted until the assessment is completed. Please contact Local 321 for more information.

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