Our iQ online training courses include everything you need to know to build a foundation for attending an instructor led training class. Created by Lesa Snider, the author of the iQ user manual, these in-depth courses feature a mixture of text, graphics, interactive elements, and video to engage and accommodate all learning styles. Each course takes 30 minutes or less to complete.
Our online courses include:
Basic Axis Moves
This course covers how to use our epiQ console to:
- Jog an axis
- Move one or more axes to a specific position, or for a specific distance
- Edit an existing move
- Use a Device window
- Create position presets
In this course, you'll learn how to use our Show Repository device to manage multiple shows within a single venue, or the different grid heights you'll encounter when traveling to other venues. This course covers how to:
- Create a Show Repository device
- Add shows
- Add show devices
- Add show presets to show axes
- Add a show cue list
Programming Level 1
This course teaches you the basics of programming. After finishing it, you'll be able to
- Use the Cue List Editor
- Organize and annotate your cue list
- Add cues and blocks
- Write an axis move cue line
- Modify axis move cue line move speed
- Run a single-channel and a multi-channel cue list
- Stop the action
Ready to learn more about the iQ powered by Navigator entertainment automation platform? Click here and enter token code IQONLINE to register for TAIT University online. These self-paced, interactive online training courses are a prerequisite for instructor-led courses held at our headquarters in Lititz, PA.
Take courses on your mobile device
Once you register for TAIT University using the link and token above, you can download the Litmos app from the app store of your choice (Litmos is the name of our learning management system). Once you install the app, enter TAIT as the domain, as well as your user name (email address) and password. From that point, you can access all courses you're enrolled in from the convenience of your mobile device. Below is an example of what a course looks like on a smart phone.
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