VENTUM-S is now offering workshops at our company location in Dresden.

Why workshop?

Only here is there an opportunity to get to know our products so comprehensively while working together and in direct communication and to “understand” them in the best possible sense.
Feel free to come with your ideas, projects and questions and find out whether the VENTUM-S products are right for you.

What is the aim of a workshop?

The aim of the workshop is to give you a deep insight into the properties and possibilities of our products.
Among other things, the following questions are answered:

  • What can I do with it?
  • How fast does it go?
  • Does the product match my existing processes and procedures?

Every participant is able to form a well-founded opinion about our products. 

When are the workshops?

September 30, 2021
October 28, 2021
November 25, 2021
March 31, 2022
April 28, 2022
May 26, 2022
June 30, 2022
The workshops take place monthly from April to June and from September to November.

What is the content of the workshop?

In the workshop we work on the subjects of “VENTUM-S turntable”, “Ventum-S Mecanum stage car” and “VENTUM-S stage system”.
We carry out the construction of a turntable with drive and control, create a larger stage design from system material and answer all your questions.

Who is the workshop suitable for?

Basically, the workshop is suitable for everyone who is interested in our products and who are thinking about maybe wanting to work with them in the future.
First and foremost, they are everyone who works in any way on, for or with the stage, regardless of whether they are in the theater or event technology sector.
We are also happy to convince all set designers, technical managers and directors, stage masters, artistic directors, planners, and all those who manage financial resources of the advantages of our products.
In addition, we are always particularly happy when students, for example from the Beuth University or trainees from the stage area, come to us.

What do I have to bring to the workshop?

You absolutely need the following things:

  • Good mood
  • Curiosity
  • The urge to create (you have to work properly in the workshop)
  • Appropriate leisure work clothes (you will definitely get dirty)

How does a workshop work?

The workshops usually take place in the last week of the month, on Thursdays
DAY 1:
Arrival is on Wednesday (we will be happy to reserve a hotel room for you)
On Wednesday evening at 7:00 p.m. there will be a first meeting in the hotel lobby. Here we are happy to give you tips on how to spend the evening pleasantly in our beautiful Dresden and of course we can also ask you first technical questions.

DAY 2:
The actual workshop starts at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday.
As part of the workshop, we will work with you to set up a turntable with drive and control, create a larger stage design from system material and jointly explore the capabilities of the Mecanum stage car.
The workshop lasts 2-2.5 hours and includes a small snack with refreshments and coffee.
Following the workshop, there will be a discussion and question-and-answer session as well as lunch together. In good weather there is a barbecue.
The event ends around 2 p.m.
If you want to stay longer, you will definitely find worthwhile destinations in Dresden. We are happy to be of assistance here with our local knowledge.

What does the workshop cost?

The workshop itself including a small breakfast and lunch is free of charge. The expenses for travel and, if applicable, the overnight stay as well as other costs incurred are at the expense of the workshop participant.

Do I get a certificate of attendance?

After successfully participating in the workshop, you will receive a certificate and a stylish VENTUM-S T-shirt.

What is the number of participants?

Since everyone should have the chance to help build, the number of participants is limited to a maximum of 15 people per workshop.
Do you want to travel with a large team or the entire team and are more than 15? No problem, we simply hold 2 workshops (10 a.m. and 3 p.m.) on the respective Thursday.
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