The Stage Technician Education and Development Intensive (STEADI) provides the first step for a career in live event production by engaging participants in a dynamic, intensive educational program grounded in safety and practical skills. Students will practice with cables, ropes, pulleys, trusses, and motors commonly used during live event production, learning to manage rigging tasks with safety in mind. They will also gain knowledge of all processes and equipment involved in load-in and load-out. The program delivers a hands-on curriculum where participants learn and practice requisite entry-level skills, terminology, basic concepts, shared values, and cultural nuances expected in the complex discipline of live event production. The program also offers Introduction to Entertainment Electrics which teaches basic skills required of stagehands and production electricians working in live event production. The course covers basic electrical theory and applications including how to safely set up power distribution systems for audio, video, and lighting, how to test and monitor the electrical system, and how to identify electrical hazards and safeguard against electrical accidents and injury. The course includes basic power calculations and the design of basic power distribution systems with an emphasis on electrical safety and best practices. Course instructors are industry - recognized content experts.
|Dates:||February 5-16, 2018|
|Meets:||M, Tu, W, Th and F from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, 10 sessions|
|Materials:||Lunch & Tools will be provided.|
4Wall Entertainment 3165 W Sunset Rd Suite 100, Las Vegas, NV 89118. Lunch and tools will be provided.
There are still openings remaining at this time.
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