10.26.2006 04:31 PM
Avid Offers Class On Demand Liquid Training Through Its Web Store
Class on Demand (COD), a provider of professional educational products for creative markets, has announced that Avid Technology, Inc. will resell the “Complete Training for Avid Liquid” training product, via the Avid Web store. The “Complete Training for Avid Liquid” DVD training delivers in-depth instruction for the widely popular Avid Liquid product—covering the entire integrated workflow; video editing, audio editing, DVD authoring, effects creation. The comprehensive training is delivered by industry expert Tony Terrana.

“The ability to resell Class on Demand Avid Liquid training products through the Avid Web Store is fantastic,” comments Paul Holtz, founder and CEO, Class on Demand. “We pour everything we have into making our self-paced training products the very best on the market. Having Avid resell Class on Demand Avid Liquid training through their online ecommerce store gives us tremendous exposure through the Avid world-class brand.”

“Class on Demand uses a real-world instructional approach with its training products,” said Brian Zapach, Training Services Manager for Avid. “Adding the Class on Demand Avid Liquid training title to our educational offerings gives our customers access to timely self-paced training products, with proven instructional methodologies. It is a win/win situation for everyone.”

The Class on Demand “Complete Training for Avid Liquid” training DVD-ROM is designed for Windows operating systems and is available through the Class on Demand (www.classondemand.net) and Avid (www.avid.com/products/howtobuy/index.asp) websites for an MSRP of $129.95 USD.

For additional sales information, please contact Class on Demand directly at (847) 843-9939.

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