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The Gift of Knowledge – Elation Offers Free E3 Training Videos

In the spirit of the season, Elation Professional is offering free access to an Elation Educational Experience (E3) course held by one of the industry’s top technical educationists, ETCP Recognized Trainer and author Richard Cadena. 

The course was held over a two-day period earlier in the year at the Elation headquarters in Los Angeles. Elation has made the complete course available to all via the links below - a full 8 hours of content!

The multi-part course covers DMX Testing and Troubleshooting, and Lighting Networks and Ethernet-based Protocols. Take this opportunity to gain valuable industry knowledge from one of the most respected professionals in the industry.

Richard Cadena is an ETCP Recognized Trainer, ETCP Certified Entertainment Electrician, and author of Electricity for Entertainment Electricians & Technicians, Focus on Lighting Technology, Automated Lighting: The Art and Science of Moving Light, and Lighting for Modern Houses of Worship. 

Happy Holidays from everyone at Elation Professional!

Day 1 - DMX Testing and Troubleshooting

Day 2 - Lighting Networks and Ethernet-based Protocols

About Elation Professional
Elation designs and manufactures a comprehensive range of innovative lighting and video products known for their excellent efficiency and outstanding performance. As a company in expansion with a presence in a growing variety of market segments, chances are you’ve experienced Elation lighting at a concert, special event, TV, theater, late night venue, House of Worship, theme park, cruise ship, exhibition, architectural space or elsewhere. For more information, please visit www.elationlighting.com

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