We are excited to once again share some news with our Camtasia Studio users about upcoming training! TechSmith alumnus Daniel Park is holding several boot camp classes to help users learn about Camtasia, along with loads of useful information about screencasting productivity. Three classes will be offered this time around, available on both Windows and Mac. Each class will be held over two days in late March or early April, near Detroit, MI. If you’re an enthusiastic beginner or intermediate-level learner who wants to create top-drawer tutorials and marketing spots, then these courses are for you!
- Camtasia for Mac (New course!): March 28-29, 2013 in Romulus, MI
- Camtasia Studio 8 Basic Training: April 1-2, 2013 in Romulus, MI
- Camtasia Studio 8 Advanced Topics: April 3-4, 2013 in Romulus, MI
What will you learn?
- Basic Training Boot Camp is a healthy mix of theory and practice, focusing on learning the general functionality of Camtasia Studio and its standard workflow of record > edit > produce > share. While we’ll be working on stock projects in class, the more intermediate and advanced users are encouraged to bring and work on their own projects, where I’ll be available to assist, and may even use your project as a class example.
- Advanced Topics Boot Camp picks up from Basic Training, cementing basic concepts while exploring new areas like video hosting, equipment, and third-party software. The Advanced Topics Boot Camp is entirely learner-driven. Registrants will be surveyed ahead of time about their current needs, the gaps in their knowledge, and what they’d most like to take away from the course. We then custom-create a specialized curriculum based on this information, and devote the entire first day of the workshop to addressing these topics to the benefit of all.
For a detailed breakdown of the each course itinerary, please visit the dappertext website.
How to register
Course fee is $999 per person and includes: 2 days of training in a small-class setting, a copy of Camtasia Studio 8: The Definitive Guide, and a free 30-minute one-on-one teleconsulting session with Daniel Park himself. Class is limited to 15 attendees, so register now!
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.