ESTA-Curated Education Sessions Provide Free ETCP Credit Renewal Opportunity

One of many great opportunities for entertainment technology professionals at The 2018 NAMM Show


A complete suite of professional development opportunities awaits event technology professionals at The 2018 NAMM Show, January 25-28 in Anaheim, California.

The schedule curated by ESTA (Entertainment Services Technology Association), gives emerging and established professionals the opportunity to learn from industry luminaries in a series of sessions and tracks. Highlights of the schedule include four ESTA-curated educational tracks:

  • Lighting
  • Lighting Networking
  • Rigging
  • Safety

The sessions are designed to provide in-depth, progressive education to entertainment technology and design professionals, and those responsible for their safety. As part of the ESTA accredited tracks, entertainment lighting design veteran and resident expert Richard Cadena from Lighting&Sound America/PLASA will present a variety of sessions that include “Video Production: Power on a Shoestring”; “Console Programming Workflow”; and “General Electrical Safety for Stage and Set.”

All ESTA-curated education tracks will be valid for ETCP credits. Registration is not required, however, space is limited, so get there early.

In cooperation with Lighting&Sound America, ESTA is hosting the NAMM Live! Networking Reception, taking place tonight, Thursday, January 25, at the Commons in Hall A (Booth #11741). This cocktail reception is a great opportunity to reconnect with industry peers and meet new friends.