AKT 3 is sponsoring three days of training and demos at UMD September 14-17.
Registration can be found here.
A list of workshops can be found here.
Registration for CM Motor School July 2018 is now available!
Please follow the link below to register. Please use the $25 discount code when you pay your registration fee.
Please remember this code is available to all USITT Chesapeake members only. Please check that your membership is current (you have paid the membership fee within the last year). If you are not a current member, please go to http://chesapeake.usitt.org/, and use the drop down button on the right side of the page to pay for your Chesapeake membership. Member registration will be confirmed at the event, and if you are not a current member, you will be charged the full $200 fee for the class.
All Chesapeake members may use the $25 discount code: FY19Chesapeake
If you have any questions, please reply to this email at firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope to see you there!
Designed for advanced motor technicians, this 16-hour class will give students hands-on experience operating, inspecting and troubleshooting our industry-leading CM-ET Lodestar and CM-ET Prostar motors. Upon successful completion of this course the participant will receive a 5 year certification for CM motors. This class counts towards 12 ETCP renewal credits.
More information forthcoming. Questions? Please send them to email@example.com with subject: motors.
Members and friends-
Please share with others you think may be interested.
USITT Chesapeake is presenting, in conjunction with IATSE, OSHA 10 training at no cost to active members.
The training will take place at UMBC on September 30 and October 1. 9 am to 4pm with an hour lunch break (lunch is not provided).
Attendance is limited to the first 20 members who respond to Chesapeake@usitt.org with OSHA in the subject line.
Those that do not make the first 20 will be added to a wait list We will close the registration on Friday September 22, 2017, after that we may have additional space to release to the wait list.
You must be an active member of the Chesapeake section before we will reserve your space. Visit
Chesapeake.usitt.org to join or renew your membership.
Once your enrollment is confirmed we will send you additional details on parking, room numbers, etc.
Hello USITT Chesapeake members and friends of the Chesapeake section
We are planning an OSHA 10 Training course for September 30, October 1.
The 2 day course will train and test attendees for OSHA 10 certification. Unlike other OSHA 10, this workshop is taught with the entertainment technician in mind.
We are attempting to gauge interest for this course, with different variables.
Please follow the link below to a survey if you are interested in this workshop.
We ask if you can please respond by next Friday, Aug. 25.
USITT Chesapeake Section.
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City Theatrical and Barbizon Lighting will be hosting workshops featuring LED tape and Wireless DMX on February 10th at the Barbizon store in Alexandria, VA on February 10th.
Entry is free but we ask that you RSVP here.
If you have any questions, please contact Jeremiah at firstname.lastname@example.org
Event Type- Tour and Hands on Demo
Location- Quince Imaging Herndon VA
Date- Saturday November 19
Time 10am- 3pm with a lunch break
Limited to 20 participants members in good standing of USITT Chesapeake
Details- Demonstration and hands on time with the following video gear- large venue projectors, media servers (Pandora’s Box), and mapping and editing software.
To reserve your space for this event email email@example.com
We have another confirmed event!
CM Motor School:
Over 2 days learn the ins and outs (pun intended) of how a CM motor works, how to troubleshoot, disassemble, reassemble and other functions of their most popular motors. More details to follow in the coming weeks.
Date July 23 & 24 9am-4pm
Venue TBD (in the Baltimore metro area)
Cost as of this release- free to all Chesapeake section members.
Attendance is limited to 11 members so first come first served.
Time counts toward ETCP recertification.
Please contact me to RSVP by July 1.
Taking a rigging certification exam or just want to brush up on your rigging math? Delbert Hall, ETCP Certified Rigger and the author of Rigging Math Made Simple, will teach how to: convert between imperial and metric, calculate shock loads, calculate resultant forces and solve many common bridle and truss problems. Bring a scientific calculator (TI-30XA recommended) and learn some tricks for making rigging math simple.
Monday January 11, 2016
Local 22 hall
1810 Hamlin St NE
Washington, D.C. 20018
Cost is only $65 for members.
Space is limited and you MUST pre-register with Jeremiah at firstname.lastname@example.org.