PREFERRED TRAINING OPTIONS
People are your most strategic asset. Helping employees maintain expert-level knowledge is key to the success of educational and non-profit organizations that depend on small staff and limited resources to succeed in the competitive market. FMC’s flexible, volume-purchasing packages help you keep your staff current at up to half the regular cost associated with training.
FMC is a GSA Multiple Award Schedule Contractor and has been providing manufacturer-authorized training for local and federal employees and military personnel across the nation. Qualified professionals can book FMC's training courses at pre-negotiated pricing, discounts, delivery times, warranties and terms.
Let your training dollars stretch further with FMC’s Corporate Passport Program. Designed to help corporations keep their employees up to date with the latest technology, the program addresses some key internal challenges that companies face: cost, changing training needs, employee turnover.
Introducing Apple Technician Training
posted by FMC on 02/21/2017
FMC is one of the few selected companies nationwide authorized to offer training and certification courses that enable technicians to troubleshoot and repair Apple Mac or iOS devices. The course load includes a series of five courses divided into two certification paths: Apple Certified iOS Technician (ACiT) and Apple Certified Mac Technician (ACMT). Classes are forming now. See details and register.
FMC is a leading producer of training conferences for production and post-production professionals. FMC’s events serve as a platform for industry professionals and leading experts to come together and exchange ideas and knowledge.
FMC’s conference programs feature cutting-edge training on video editing, motion graphics, sound design, digital photography, 3D animation, video production, and more. Power users have the opportunity to hear from award-winning editors and digital artists, respected industry professionals as well as platform engineers and designers from companies such as Adobe and Apple.