Chicago, IL (PRWEB) January 06, 2014
Widely known as a leader in digital media training at the college level, Tribeca Flashpoint Academy is proud to announce the Digital Professional Institute – a new program offering short-term, targeted training programs for working professionals. TFA has partnered with the City of Highland Park to bring this innovative training to the community. “Highland Park is a progressive community that is pleased to partner with TFA to provide cutting edge technology training and education for our region," said Highland Park Mayor Nancy Rotering.
On January 31st, the City of Highland Park will offer the first of these programs – Digital Strategies to Grow Your Business - where Howard Tullman, Stephanie Moritz and experts from Tribeca Flashpoint Academy’s Digital Professional Institute will teach the key tools and strategies for acquiring and engaging customers online.
According to Edward Glassman, Executive Director of The Digital Professional Institute, “Every year, companies spend more and more of their marketing dollars on digital channels. But often there is a gap between the skills needed to implement and maintain these platforms, and the skills of working professionals. That is why we are so pleased that Highland Park is bringing this learning opportunity to their residents.”
Registration is now open for Digital Strategies to Grow Your Business-- http://www.eventbrite.com/e/digital-strategies-to-grow-your-business-tickets-5795441321.
TFA is now accepting applications for 2014 DPI Programs. For more information, visit http://dpi.tfa.edu.
About Tribeca Flashpoint Academy
Located in the heart of downtown Chicago, Tribeca Flashpoint Academy is one of the industry's most well-known and respected digital media arts schools—providing intensive, hands-on, apprenticeship-style degree programs that propel graduates into "the business" in a way few other institutions can. Often described as part college, part industry apprenticeship, we offer a progressive training model through which students begin using state-of-the art equipment and software and working on real-world client projects beginning their very first semester on campus. They graduate in as little as 15 months with robust resumes and the insider industry know-how they need to step seamlessly into their careers in the digital media arts.