Award-winning training company will offer significant show discounts on all products; Class on Demand founder to headline session “Art of the Interview”
Hoffman Estates, IL – August 14, 2009 - Class on Demand, a provider of professional educational products for creative markets, has announced that they will be exhibiting at DV Expo 2009. Held this year in Pasadena, CA from September 22nd through the 24th Class on Demand, located at booth #315, will be showcasing a large collection of award-winning training titles at 50 percent off original pricing. A Buy-One-Get-One promotional deal with Apple Final Cut Studio training titles will also be offered. Purchase “Basic Training for Apple® Final Cut Studio® 2” or “Complete Training for Final Cut Pro® 6,” and receive the corresponding Final Cut Studio® 3 or Final Cut Pro® 7 titles at no cost when new versions are ready to ship. Class on Demand management will be available on-site to discuss the creative benefits professionals can gain from taking advantage of these affordable, self-paced training products. “In today’s economic times, it is crucial for all creative professionals to educate themselves on the latest technology and advance past looming competition, says Paul Holtz, CEO and Founder, Class on Demand. “We are looking forward to meeting with attendees to discuss how our training products can leverage infrastructure and performance, inevitably resulting in greater profit and success.”
Paul Holtz will also be sitting down with DV Magazine editor and DV Expo conference chair, David E. Williams, to discuss his informed approach to on-camera interview techniques. The conference session “Art of the Interview; a discussion with Paul Holtz” will begin at 10:30am PST and conclude at 12:00pm PST on Thursday, September 24th in room D. For additional information, please visit: http://www.dvexpo.com/conference/session_detail.php?sid=357.
About Class on Demand Training for Digital Content Creation and Distribution
Class on Demand is an award-winning producer of online and self-paced training materials for the creative and media industry. Each Class on Demand training product is custom designed by an industry thought-leader who brings years of insight and experience to the materials. The real-world approach provides a superior learning experience, enabling professionals to master applications and improve their productivity on every level. The training titles cover a wide range of technology: Adobe®, Apple®, Avid®, NewTek, Sony®, Sorenson®, Thomson® and many more.
Over the past year, the Class on Demand has seen a 50% growth in their self-paced training orders. The trend demonstrates the important role high quality and affordable training plays in helping creative professionals increase their employment marketability in a down economy. The real-world teaching methodology combined with the modular structure enables professionals to quickly and inexpensively get up to speed on that latest industry product release or master a new workflow innovation.
For more information about Class on Demand at DV Expo or to book an appointment with management, please contact Kathleen Langlois at email@example.com.
About Class on Demand
Class on Demand is a leading producer of education and training programs. Its products and services address the needs of individuals, professionals and corporate training. Current programs cover a broad spectrum of content including video-capture and editing, computer animation, federally mandated training, customized corporate training and vocational education. Please visit www.classondemand.com for additional information.
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