Final Cut Pro and Mac OS X classes are being offered, though not by the same folks or even in the same country.
Henninger Education Center (HEC) — one of the nation’s largest video, film and new media services providers — will hold its first Advanced Final Cut Pro class March 28-29 in the Washington metropolitan area.
Final Cut Pro is Apple’s high-end video editing application, a self-contained post-production studio solution that enables users to create independent video productions. Cost for the Advanced Final Cut Pro course will be US$695. Students will be registered on a first-come, first-serve basis. For more info on the course, go to the
HEC Web site.
Meanwhile, in the UK, Apple has announced a series of partners that will supply Mac OS X training. The partners — which include Micro Anvika, Scotsys and Creative Graphics — will offer hands-on Mac OS X courses after its launch on March 24, according to
Training events will be available at various locations, including Middlesex, Edinburgh and Glasgow. Courses will also be available in London, Hove, Sheffield, Reading and Ireland.