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ETC Ion Lighting Console Training

Local 99 & ETC are excited to announce a two-day training for the ETC Ion Lighting Console on June 6th and 7th, 2022. This ETC-certified training will give you a solid foundation with the Ion Lighting Console and give you an in-depth look at the next level of operation for working with multi-parameter devices on this Console. This is a 2 day all day training and you must be able to attend both days of the training. Coffee and snacks will be provided but lunch is on your own. Space is limited so register today by filling out the form below!

WHAT: ETC Ion Lighting Console Training

DATE: Monday & Tuesday, June 6th & 7th

TIME: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

WHERE: Eccles Theater, 131 S Main in Salt Lake City


Monday, June 6 – Level 1: Essentials

Are you new to the Eos family of consoles and ready to hit the ground running with your first show? Lean all the basics you will need to get started in our Essentials class. This class will give you a solid foundation with the Eos family of consoles and prepare you to grow your knowledge as you are ready. After completing this class, you will be able to:

  • Identify key elements of the console user interface and navigation
  • Patch conventional and multi-parameter fixtures
  • Work with channels in Live mode
  • Record, select, and delete Groups
  • Record to, load, and clear Submasters
  • Record, play and delete Cues
  • Understand Tracking and Block, cue timing, and Park
  • Manage show files (create new, save, save as)
  • Control non-intensity parameters at a basic level
  • Create simple step-based Effects

Tuesday, June 7 – Level 2: Enhanced

Ready to move beyond the basics with your Eos family console? Build the skills you need to take your programming to the next level. Going beyond our Level 1 training, this class will get you going with some of the more advanced capabilities of your console and get you on your way to programming like a pro. After completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Edit device attributes
  • Understand display layouts and workspaces
  • Record and recall Snapshots
  • Create more elaborate Groups
  • Be more effective using Submaster properties
  • Record and recall Palettes and Presets
  • Use Direct Selects
  • Take advantage of Discrete Timing and Multipart cues
  • Understand and use Auto-Mark, Update, and other cue attributes
  • Create and use Relative and Absolute Effects
  • Create and use a basic Magic sheet