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  1. Is anyone interested in this? As a member of the ACO and GBCT, my Guild offers professional training on a one-to-one basis for Steadicam operation. It runs two-day training courses using its own owner/operator members as and when they are available to tutor other professionals. These are two-day intensively practical and flexible short courses aimed at camera operators who want to know more about steadicam, camera assistants stepping up – or any experienced camera technician who wants to know how to operate Steadicam and explore how best to use this vital piece of equipment safely and correctly. All equipment, tuition and appropriate insurance cover is included in any price quoted and is only available at the time of booking. If you are interested in the above or have a specific training need, please contact the Guild by emailing: admin@gbct.org with your requirements Cheers to all, Fabrizio Sciarra, SOC, ACO
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