Melville, NY—Phase One announced it is holding a two-day Phase One certified professional training session in New York City, March 20 and 21, 2019. The POCP training program gives working digital techs and pro photographers the training and skills they need to confidently work with the Phase One camera system and Capture One software.
Moreover, the POCP certification program is an advanced seminar for working professionals taught by Phase One technical support staff, all of which have years of experience on set. In addition, the training sessions encompass everything from efficient on-set workflow to troubleshooting and camera setup/operation. At the end of two days, the program culminates with a written test.
The training program includes:
- A full license of Capture One 12 software
- A special Troubleshooting Guide
- Listing on Phase One’s website as a Phase One Certified Digital Tech
- Shooting time on the XF camera
- Shooting time on Phase One digital backs
- Access to the Phase One pre-course
The certification process consists of three steps: qualification via the company’s online pre-course; attending the official POCP training course (both days); and also passing the certification written exam.
Registration for the POCP training program includes access to the pre-course as well as all materials at training. New certification registrants also receive a full license for Capture One software (a $299 value). A pre-course account and access link is given upon registration for the training program.
POCP Prerequisite Courses
Participants must complete all courses before the event. Each course is a mixture of articles and videos and also includes one to two short quizzes. Participants can take the quizzes as many times as necessary. However, they must get an 80% to move forward with the course. The entire online course should take approximately five hours.
POCP Event Details
The Phase One certified professional training sessions are Wednesday, March 20, 2019 and Thursday, March 21, 2019. The sessions span from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. each day.
The training sessions will be held at Harwin Camera: 224 West 35th Street, Suite 808, New York, New York 10001. The cost of the program is $499, with lunch provided. However, for those recertifying, the cost is $299.