AICP Seminars

The AICP's highly successful Production Training Seminar was created to advance industry standards and develop consistency of production skills. This in-depth series of classes offers a detailed examination of the production process, and the role of the production staff.

The next seminar will be held from February 9th-12th, 2013 in New York City. Please stay tuned for more details.

  • About the AICP Seminar
    • This in-depth series of classes offers a detailed examination of the production process, and the role of the production staff.  This course is taught by well-known commercial production professionals,

      WHO SHOULD ATTEND

      • Producers/Production Supervisors/Assistants/Coordinatorswho want an update on digital production, union rules, bidding
      • Producers/Production Supervisors/Assisants/Coordinators who have recently returned to the field
      • Coordinators who want to make sure they are covering all the bases
      • P.A.s who want to move up (and out of the rain)

      COURSE OUTLINE
      Part One: Boards to Broadcast

      • Live Action from boards to broadcast – an example
      • Digital from pitch to delivery – an example

      Part Two: Crew Labor and  Unions

      • Basic obligations, right-to-work, independent contractors, union vs non-union
      • Collective bargaining agreements

      Part Three: The Bid

      • Breakdown of the bidding process today
      • Details of the Bid Form

      Part Four: Partnering With the Financial Department

      • Knowing Your Reporting Requirements for Employees and Independent Contractors
      • Forms and Legal Issues
      • Production Insurance and Insurance Certificates
  • AICP Seminar Schedule
    • Seminars will be held in February in New York, and in August in Los Angeles. To be placed on a mailing list for the Seminars, please email The AICP.


      The next Seminar will take place from February 9th-12th in New York. Registration is not yet open. For more information, please email Laurie Nichtern.

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