Tribeca Flashpoint Academy Unveils the Digital Professional Institute
January 15, 2014

Tribeca Flashpoint Academy Unveils the Digital Professional Institute

Tribeca Flashpoint Academy has long been known as a leader in the digital media industry and now the school is taking its training to the next level with the launch of the Digital Professional Institute (DPI).

Conveniently located at TFA's downtown Chicago campus, the program offers short-term, targeted boot camps and courses aimed at starters and working professionals.

Edward Glassman, Executive Director of the Digital Professional Institute, explains that the DPI curriculum focuses on core areas of the digital media industry.  "Our two- to three-day boot camps and eight- to 16-week courses teach tangible skills that can be applied in a variety of media-based roles, whether you are working in the industry,want to break into the industry or are launching a business," says Glassman. "Digital marketing and media have a reputation for being ever-changing and fast-paced, so we have recruited leading industry practitioners as our instructors to ensure that our students are learning the forefront digital skills.  Our programs include Digital Marketing, Social Media Marketing, Mobile Design and Marketing and Video Production."

The current curriculum offered at the Digital Professional Institute includes:

  • Adobe Premiere Boot Camp
  • Avid Media Composer Boot Camp
  • Digital Marketing Boot Camp
  • Final Cut Pro X Boot Camp
  • HD Film Production Boot Camp
  • Generating Value Online (Digital Marketing) Course
  • Mobile App Development Course
  • Mobile Strategy Boot Camp
  • Mobile UX Boot Camp
  • Video Production Intensive Course
  • Social Media Marketing Course
  • Social Strategy Accelerator Boot Camp

Glassman adds that DPI offers a way for many working professionals in Public Relations, Advertising and other media industries to expand their expertise.  "Each course is streamlined to enhance certain skill sets and help bridge the learning gap between the skills companies need, and the skills that their employees have," says Glassman.