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disguise takes learning online

disguise takes learning online

disguise takes learning online

disguise has recognised the need to take learning online and is providing users access to the company’s full complement of training courses directly from a new online learning management system (LMS), free to anyone looking to upskill in any of the disguise workflows and disciplines. The launch of the online platform coincides with disguise’s decision to extend the free licence for its Designer software until June 2021 in an initiative to extend learning opportunities to all.

The disguise training team has redesigned the entire training programme, in order to facilitate remote and flexible learning. The new programme will split each major course up into two parts: one taught online on the new system and the second, more practical part, carried out in-person. The programme will allow students to test their knowledge on specialist disguise equipment, and students will also have the option to undertake entire courses in a classroom setting.

The new approach allows disguise users to learn concepts anytime, anywhere at their own pace and recap material easily after they have taken the classroom courses. The system will include all major training pathways offered by disguise: Fundamental Training, Preproduction Workflows, Systems Integration, Creative Sequencing, DMX Workflows and OmniCal. An expert-level xR training pathway will also be available, aimed at demonstrating the setup of an xR project inside disguise, from initial stages through to the final steps of the xR calibration process and integration with generative content engines. The journey to becoming xR trained will be through a series of fundamental and advanced courses, which will eventually enable access to the expert-level xR Workflows course.

Those wanting to learn how to use the disguise platform can register into the Learning Management System for free here.



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