BURLINGTON, Mass. — Toronto-based Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology announced it has become an Avid Media Campus site by standardizing on Avid’s platform-based workflows across its eight campuses.
By doing so, students college-wide are able to learn on industry standard film and television tools for creation, production and distribution. The program includes the Avid Learning Partner Program, which provides the curriculum and associated materials to enable Seneca to train its students to become Avid-certified.
Seneca’s School of Media offers instruction in a range of disciplines, including film and TV, broadcast and journalism, as well as web-based multimedia and video, and provides access to media industry leaders and experience in professional settings.
“The Avid Media Campus program will allow us to plan where we will be in the next five years,” said Adrian Klymenko, senior media specialist and Avid Certified Support Representative (ACSR) at Seneca. “Having a unified support structure, complete with ACSR certifications and access to Avid Professional Services, makes for a smooth process and transition for planning and implementing hardware and software upgrades, including any day-to-day technical or operational issues that may arise.”