Explore advanced features of wysiwyg

A comprehensive course designed for experienced lighting professionals who are looking to further their knowledge of wysiwyg. In this course you will enhance your knowledge and operation of wysiwyg, explore advanced features, and techniques to optimize your files.

  • Grow and update your skills and experience

  • Advanced level course; prior wysiwyg experience required

  • Practice assignments to solidify your learning

  • Meet the creators and team behind wysiwyg

  • Two days in person course

  • Ask your advanced questions

  • Digital certificate of completion with 2 year validity

Course Curriculum

You will learn the processes and techniques recommended to create, develop and implement lighting concepts. Having designed and integrated different elements of lighting, video, lasers and/or motion systems into your file you will patch and focus fixtures, build LED walls and add multi-media. By the end of the course you will be able to connect to lighting consoles and control fixtures in the virtual world to pre-program your show.

  • Production & Scenic Elements

  • Hang Structures

  • Trusses & Fixtures: Tips & Tricks

  • Motion Control

  • Video

  • Lasers

  • Shaded View Options

  • Console Connectivity

  • Exporting

Training Dates

The dates opposite are for training at CAST HQ in Toronto. If you are looking training for training at another location please contact us.

Course Testimonials

Donald Holder

Broadway Lighting Designer

I always knew wysiwyg was a powerful and versatile platform, but I now have a much deeper understanding about what's really possible to create using the software.

Chris Yeomans

Lighting Director at MIRRAD

This course covered a great amount of content which were all very useful.

Malcolm Glanville

Theatre Technical Consultant and Contractor

I have been using wysiwyg for many years and it is possible to get into inefficient lazy procedures. I feel that this course has sharpened up my approach to new projects.

Shawn Fife

Owner, Stage Masters LLC

I've used wysiwyg for years but not to it's full capability by any means...so right now my brain is on overload (in a good way). I feel everything was covered very well.

John Taylor

Strategic Consultant at Dirt Empire

I learned about shortcuts that would not otherwise be intuitive.