Digistor hires manager for its Training Centre
- 28 March, 2013 10:04
Digital media integrator, Digistor, has appointed Sarah Palmer to manage its Training Centre which provides a range of classroom-style training at the company’s facilities across Australia, and at customers’ premises customised to specific needs.
Palmer, who has more than 16 years’ digital media business experience, will be focused on growing and developing the Training Centre course and service offerings.
Training Centre classes are currently conducted at Digistor’s recently refurbished Sydney facility located in Artarmon, and other states on request. Courses and customised training is offered for: Adobe products; Maxon Cinema 4D; Autodesk Smoke, 3ds Max, Maya and Mudbox; Avid Media Composer and ProTools, Nuke, Apple Final Cut, and others. A complete list and breakdown of the offerings is available on Digistor’s web site.
“Digistor has a unique set of products and a wealth of talented trainers at its disposal,” Palmer said. “I’m looking forward to growing this aspect of the business while matching skilled trainers with our customers’ needs.”
Palmer previously worked for IT distributor, Adimex, as operations manager, and left the industry in 2006 for other pursuits. She has experience in introducing the Cinema 4D range to the Australian market through Adimex. She has also owned or managed several businesses in retail and distribution throughout her career.
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