Day 1/Level 1:
Learn all the basics you will need to get started in our Essentials class. This class will give you a solid foundation with the Eos family of consoles and prepare you to grow your knowledge as you are ready. After completing the Level 1 class, you will be able to: • Identify key elements of the console user interface and navigation • Manage show files (save, edit, delete) • Patch conventional and multi-parameter fixtures • Work with channels in Live mode • Record, select, and delete groups • Record, play, and delete a basic cue • Record to, load, and clear submasters • Create simple step-based effects • Understand the basics of working with a multi-parameter device (introductory concepts).
Day 2/Level 2:
Enhanced Skills Ready to move beyond the basics with your Eos family console? Build the skills you need to take your programming to the next level. Going beyond our Level 1 training, this class will get you going with some of the more advanced capabilities of your console and get you on your way to programming like a pro. After completing the Level 2 class, you will be able to: • Patch moving lights and multi-parameter devices and edit device attributes • Work with non-intensity parameters and their associated functions • Record and recall palettes and presets • Use Direct Select and ML Control Modules • Take advantage of discrete timing • Use Mark and/or Auto-Mark functions • Understand Update and its styles and modifiers • Create a Relative and an Absolute Effect • Create and use a magic sheet Level 3: Advanced Programming.
DATE: April 21-22, 2018
LOCATION: Canton, MA
INSTRUCTORS: Jason Perry is a Field Project Coordinator for Electronic Theatre Controls, he has been involved in ETC New York's Education Center Outpost for six years, handling scheduling, logistics and teaching ETC control systems.
Louis Malagrino is a NYC based Lighting Designer and Programmer, and is the principal at The Lighting Spot, a lighting consultant agency.
This course is made possible through the IATSE TTF Course Reimbursement Program. If you are interested in this training, contact Local 481 for more information.