This year’s WFX event at the Dallas Convention Center represents a culmination of knowledge gained over a seven-year span of Worship Facilities Conference & Expo tradeshows.
Many elements of WFX— presented by Church Production and Worship Facilities magazines and coordinated by EH Events—have been fine tuned over the years to deliver greater take-home value for attendees.
One example of a component that’s seen refinement over the years is hands-on training (HOT). At WFX 2011, church tech members will find HOT classes on Wednesday morning, Nov. 9, all the way through Friday, Nov. 11—a total of 56 HOT classes for the 2011 event. Also new for 2011, each HOT class is designated “Advanced,” “Intermediate,” and “Beginner” to help techs better choose a class that’s tailored for their specific needs.
HOT class titles include “Advanced Audio: Live Recording Techniques,” “Advanced Video: Live Production Techniques,” to “Video: Camera Techniques for Production,” and “Audio: Advanced Digital Mixing.” In the camera techniques class, for example, each attendee will have their hands on a high-end Panasonic camera while learning and practicing under the guidance of a world-class professional instructor.
Dennis Choy, production pastor at North Coast Church in Vista, Calif., and WFX presenter explains his perspective on tech attendees’ WFX and HOT takeaways. “WFX offers such a variety of tools to help you immediately impact your ministry back home,” he says. “From hands-on equipment workshops to leadership and management tips-it’s hard to leave the WFX conference without taking something home you can apply immediately.”.
For more information on WFX Dallas 2011, visit www.wfxweb.com .