If you want to become a better screencaster, how are you going to improve your skills? Camtasia expert, Daniel Park, has a couple upcoming events that may help you get the skills and expertise to get to the next level of screencasting. There are Basic Training and Advanced Topics courses, available to anyone.
Daniel has trained people around the world how to use Camtasia Studio. And, he’s written the definitive interactive guide book about Camtasia Studio.
(free shuttle ride from John Wayne Intl. airport)
Sept. 24-25 (Basic)
Sept. 26-27 (Advanced)
(free shuttle ride from Detroit Metro Airport)
November 4-5 (Basic)
November 6-7 (Advanced)
Basic Training follows a set curriculum and is about learning the ins and outs of Camtasia Studio.
Advanced Topics is more like guided experimentation, where students learn about workflow, equipment, time-saving tips, and work on their own real-world projects under the close supervision of a professional screencaster. Participants can use either Camtasia Studio or Camtasia Mac.
All participants get the following for free:
- A private 30 minute consult with Daniel Park to follow up after the class and get any lingering questions answered.
- A digital copy of Camtasia Studio: The Definitive Guide. All future editions of the guide are COMPLIMENTARY for course participants.
- Access to the private bootcamper-only forum on the dappertext web site.
Tuition is $1299 for two days. Room rate discounts at the venue hotel are available for those traveling.
If you attend Daniel’s training in Detroit, Michigan, please email me if you’d like to visit TechSmith’s offices. We love visitors and I’d love to give you a tour.
About Daniel Park
dappertext was founded by Daniel Park, who is an author, screencasting guru, and TechSmith alumnus. After earning a BA in Theater & Interpretation from Central Michigan University, he went on to teach German at Michigan State University, eventually earning his MA in German there. After a brief stint as a freelance web and multimedia designer, he moved on to Automation Resource Corporation, performing software-related consulting, technical writing, and corporate training services for numerous clients. He then joined TechSmith Corporation in 2000 where he served as Screencasting guru, making countless marketing and tutorial videos with Camtasia Studio. Other roles Daniel performed at TechSmith include international development and product marketing management. He left TechSmith in 2003 to form dappertext LLC. Daniel is the author of a series of books about Camtasia Studio called Camtasia Studio: The Definitive Guide.