Space Still Available In The ESTA Foundation's Mid-Atlantic Training Week


Anyone interested in attending The ESTA Foundation’s Mid-Atlantic Technical Training Week, scheduled January 21-26, 2008 at Prince George's Community College, in Largo, MD, can still register for classes taught by ETCP certified instructors G. Anthony Philips, Jay O. Glerum, and Richard Cadena. However, the MA Lighting grandMA consoles courses, organized in conjunction with A.C.T Lighting, are already sold out.

Sponsored by The ESTA Foundation Seminars and Training Committee and Theatre & Entertainment Technology at Prince George's Community College, the courses in rigging: Arena Rigging Math Fundamentals taught by G. Anthony Philips; and Stage Rigging Fundamentals taught by Jay O. Glerum, as well as the three-day Entertainment Electrician Training course taught by Richard Cadena, offer recertification credits for ETCP certified riggers and electricians.

Prince George’s Community College is located in Largo, Maryland, 12 miles from Washington, D.C. The courses will be held at the PGCC Campus, Queen Anne Fine Arts Building, 301 Largo Rd., Largo, MD 20774.

Go to ESTA Foundation for course details and online registration information:

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