Why Manhattan Edit Workshop?
Manhattan Edit Workshop offers a full range of courses, from the Apple, Avid and Adobe family of products; to classes in cutting-edge tools like Resolve, Smoke, and Scratch. Our training fits any schedule, from one-week, weekend and evening classes to custom, one-on-one, on-site and on-line training.
More Than Just Editing - Our extensive calendar of scheduled courses is supplemented by a growing list of speciality and production workshops, like Digital Cinema workshops, our new VFX Editing Workshop, our evening Making the Cut with Bobbie O'Steen classes, as well as our Mobile Media training workshops.
Bring The Training To You - While many students travel to New York City from across the globe to attend our courses. Manhattan Edit Workshop often delivers trainig right to an out-of-town client. We can easily customize a class for an on-site workshop, or conduct on-line sessions in almost any discipline.
Your Experience is Our Priority - Manhattan Edit Workshop's certified training center status ensures the highest quality educationl experience, from the beginner to the most seasoned professional. All classes are split between lecture and hands-on exercises, so you'll be creating on your own system from day one.
In Person Instructors Everytime - You will never pay for an instructor on a flatscreen in another city for our classes. We guarantee that our instructors are live and in person for every class, every time.
Events Beyond The Classroom - Throughout the year, Manhattan Edit Workshop produces amazing events like Sight, Sound & Story, shining the spotlight on the most sought-after editors working today.
Not in New York? We train there!
Call us at 212.414.9570 or email email@example.com for information about training availability outside of New York City.
What does it mean to be certified?
Certification provides an official recognition of your skills. It is a way to differentiate yourself from the many people who use the applications to potential employers or clients.
Will I be certified after completing the course?
Our Adobe, Autodesk, Assimilate, Apple, and Avid courses are a great starting point on your path to certification and are designed to produce winning results on the certification exams.
Can I take the certification exam at your facility?
For students enrolled in our Avid MC 101, MC 110, MC 201, MC 210, and PT 101/PT 110, exams are currently free. Students who are owed free exams as part of their class fees must take the exams within 60 days. To schedule an exam, please call 212.414.9570 or email us. Exams are scheduled from 10am - 4:30pm Monday -Friday schedule permitting. All avid exams now require students to take the required course before taking an exam.
Do I need any prior editing or computer knowledge in order to take the course?
Our intro level courses as well as the Six Week Intensive, assume no prior knowledge of editing or software involved. Previous experience is required for advanced courses. A basic working knowledge of the Macintosh Operation system will enhance your experience. For those with no Mac experience, we recommend taking a basic introductory Macintosh computer class prior to your Manhattan Edit Workshop course.
Do you offer financial aid or scholarships?
As a small art school, one not associated with any universities or colleges, we are unable at this time to offer financial aid or scholarships for our courses.
We do offer a private student loan for courses totaling more than $2,500. Students may take a combination of courses together or a single course that equals that amount. All students must fill out the appropriate loan application through Manhattan Edit Workshop and be approved by an outside organization. All plans are designed around students on a case-by-case basis, but must be paid off within 6-12 months. Please call 212-414-9570 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for details about our payment plans available.
Can I tour the facilities?
Prospective students are encouraged to visit out facilities Monday-Friday from 10am - 5pm to gain a sense of our program and space. Please call to make an appointment 212-414-9570 or email email@example.com.
Do I need to bring anything to class?
You should bring pen/paper for notes. We provide everything else.
How do I register for a course?
You may call us directly at 212.414.9570 and we will guide you through the registration process or complete the online registration form by clicking here. Your enrollment will be confirmed by email within 48 hours of the payment being received and processed. If students register on a weekend, we may not be able to process their enrollment until Monday morning.
Are your instructors in person for class?
Yes all of our instructors are in person at our facility.
What is a valid form of payment?
We accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover, AMEX, money order and personal checks and cold hard cash.
Can I work with my own material in your workshops?
We provide the course material for our one week, two-day, three-day and weekend courses. Six Week students may bring in their own material to edit during the final two weeks of the course for inclusion on their reels.
What is your cancellation policy?
Please review our terms and conditions by clicking here.
If you purchased your Tech class on CourseHorse, then our Refund & Cancellation policy applies to your purchase. If you are entitled to a refund, or have any questions, please visit the CourseHorse site in New York and contact their customer service team.
Where are you located?
Where should I stay when attending your workshops?
For one week and weekend students amenities include:
Comfort Inn Chelsea
18 West 25th Street
New York, NY 10010
9 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10010
Fairfield Inn & Suites New York Manhattan/Chelsea
116 West 28th Street
New York, NY 10001