Introducing the Summer Semester

We have partnered with our friends at Salt Community to bring you the 2018 Summer Semester! This is a 9 week online course designed to hone your skills and knowledge in church video technology. From the basics of projector technology and slide design to advanced video production, LED technology, and harnessing the power of the maker movement, you will get teaching from 11 teachers in 27 individual videos.

Take a look at the video at the bottom of this post to learn more!

The e-course begins June 18th and runs for 9 weeks. We’ll send you an email each Monday with the videos for that week. Additionally, you’ll have access to all the content for 6 months to ensure you get the most out of the course. Through Friday, June 15th you’ll be able to grab this course for just $49! (regular price – $99)

The workbook: We get it, videos are great but it’s awesome to have something to hold in your hands. We are including a 60+ page workbook that will guide you week by week as you progress through the Summer Semester. Here are some bullet points below to share with your team. Ready to join? Visit Salt Community to get in on the course.

  • 9 Weeks
  • 11 Teachers
  • 27 Videos
  • 1 Awesome Summer
  • June 18 – August 19
  • Access to all videos for 6 months
Why should you take the course?
  • Take your craft to the next level
  • Learn from expert teachers about theory, technology, and crafting an amazing environment in any space
  • From the basics of projector technology and slide design to stage design, DIY ideas, and advanced video production and innovation, this group of teachers guide you through the process of mastering church video technologies.
Offer expires June 15. Course begins June 18th and will be delivered every Monday for 9 weeks to your inbox.
Tim Southwick

Author Tim Southwick

Tim is the Brand Manager for TripleWide Media. He has 10 years experience in the event management world and has a strong desire to see visuals and media used to increase the user experience.

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