FMC New York - Authorized Training
About this Branch
Founded in 1994, the company's headquarters neighbors the Tribeca area and has served the digital media community for over 20 years. The newly custom designed 6,500 square foot facility hosts 5 state-of-the art training suites. FMC began as the first Avid Authorized training center in 1994 and now represents all the leading digital media software manufacturers as their authorized training center.
Clients cover the full range of digital artists from newcomers and career-changers to Fortune 100 companies including all major television networks, post-production, graphic design houses and advertising agencies.
FMC's elite training staff includes industry-recognized leaders, authors and industry speakers who are not only certified by the manufacturers to train on their products but also certified by the State Board of Education of New York.
Learn about training financing, custom scheduling, special rates, our satisfaction guaranteed policy, and much more on our training amenities page.
Class Hours: All FMC classes run 10:00am to 5:30pm, unless otherwise noted. Please plan to arrive 15 minutes early to assure that training starts on time.
Meet our Staff
New York, NY | Orlando, FL | Washington, DC
Aneish comes to FMC with an extensive background in the post-production and film industry. For over a decade she has played an active role in the development process of such well known films as "Signs," "O Brother, Where Art Thou?," and "The Legend of Bagger Vance." She has worked with many of New York's most prominent post-houses and even the National Archives in Washington, DC. Aneish brings with her a wealth of experience and firsthand understanding of the post-production world's inner workings.
Directions and Accommodations
From Port Authority Bus Terminal
Walk to Times Square station, 42nd Street. Take the 7 train downtown to 42nd St-Grand Central Station. Exit on Lexington Ave and cross the street to enter the Chrysler Building.
From Grand Central Station
At Grand Central, exit on Lexington Ave and cross the street to enter the Chrysler Building.
From the Path Train
Take the Path to 33st Street Station. Exit and walk to the nearest train station. Take either the N, Q, R, W, B, D, F, or M at 34th St-Herald Sq Station and transfer to the 7 train at Times Square. Alternatively, you can also take the 1, 2, or 3 at 34th St- Penn Station and transfer to the 7 train at Times Square. Take the Flushing bound 7 train to 42nd St-Grand Central Station. Exit on Lexington Ave and cross the street to enter the Chrysler Building.
From New York’s Penn Station
Take the A, C or E train uptown to Times Square. Transfer to the Flushing bound 7 train to 42nd Grand Central Station. Take the Lexington Ave exit and cross the street to enter the Chrysler Building.
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