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Local 22, IATSE Training

The Local 22 Training Department is a division of the Local through which we hope to establish more and better standards of workplace safety, behavior, and technical knowledge. The department has developed over 200 hrs. (over 60 separate subjects) of classes and has held over 1100 hrs. of classes, with a total of more than 3000 students attending.

We are funded by the nonprofit Local 22, I.A.T.S.E. Training Fund, a 501(c)(3) training trust whose income is drawn from our employers based on the income of our referral members. We are partners in the T.E.T. (Theatre & Entertainment Technology) Certificate Program with Prince George’s Community College, jointly funded and taught by our two organizations. We are members of ESTA, USITT, InfoComm, and NSC.

Announcements of classes available to the Local 22 Referral System will be posted to this page at the time that they go out by email, along with links to registration information. Click on the Articles below for New Class Announcements.

Use our Training Reference Site for test study materials and videos demonstrating working skills used in Local 22.  There are also links to other training sites and information here.

For more information on our Theatre and Entertainment Technology (TET) College Certificate Program with Prince Georges Community College click here.

Useful AV Standards and "how to's" developed by Freeman AVW, a national AV Production company that we frequently work with.  Lots of useful information in these skill sheets applicable to stagehands.

For more information on InfoComm AV Online Training click here.

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Feb 03, 2020
REGISTRATION IS OPEN FOR:   Basic Fly Floor: Mon 10 Feb 2020, 0900-1300 Instructor: Matt Wooden and Susan Kelleher Location: Terrace Theater, Kennedy Center   Learn the basics of working with a counterweight system.  This class will require working at height.   Please dress as though you were going on a work call and bring your required tools.
Jan 27, 2020
REGISTRATION IS OPEN FOR:   Introduction to Stagecraft and Local 22:  This class will introduce you to working with IATSE Local 22, teach basic safety, and terminology you will find while working in our jurisdiction.   Date:  12 Feb 2020   Class space is limited   Location: Local 22 Hall, 1810 Hamlin Street, NE.
Feb 03, 2020
REGISTRATION IS OPEN FOR:   Level 2 Fly Floor: Mon 10 Feb 2020, 1400-1800 Instructor: Matt Wooden and Susan Kelleher Location: Terrace Theater, Kennedy Center   Practice executing rail cues, spend time in the grid, and more time with a counterweight rail system.  This class will require working at heights.
Jan 27, 2020
REGISTRATION IS OPEN FOR:   Plot Reading: 18 February 2020, 0900-1400 (9-2) Instructors:  Allison Helms and Nick Arancibia Location:  Local 22 BXB Hall, 1810 Hamlin St NE   Learn how to read stage and light plots.  Use a scale rule. Decipher a legend. Acquire the knowledge of industry standard symbols.
Jan 27, 2020
Concert Followspot: 6 February, 0900-1300 Instructors: Marisa Davison and Allison Helms Location: Capital One Arena, meet near check in office This is your chance to use the spot lights at Capital One Arena. Please dress as though you were going on a work call and bring your required tools. You will be walking the catwalks.  If heights are not your thing, do not register.
Feb 03, 2020
REGISTRATION IS OPEN FOR:   Basic Electrics: Tues 11 Feb 2020, 0900-1300 Instructor: Allison Helms Location: Terrace Theater, Kennedy Center   Identification of various lighting instruments, how to hang, cable, and focus them.  Will give you the majority of the basics for an electrics theater call.
Jan 27, 2020
Advanced Concert Followspot: 6 February, 1400-1800 Instructors: Marisa Davison and Allison Helms Location: Capital One Arena, meet near check in office You must have taken one of the Basic Spot classes or run spot under a 22 contract to be eligible for this class. This is your chance to use the spot lights at Capital One Arena.
Feb 03, 2020
REGISTRATION IS OPEN FOR:   Level 2 Electrics: Tues 11 Feb 2020, 1400-1800 Instructor: Dustin Dunsmore and Allison Helms Location: Terrace Theater, Kennedy Center   Hang/cable an electric from a light plot.  Learn about signal flow, how dimmers work, and how the console communicates with the lights.


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