Skip Cohen University is one of those things that comes along and you think; “Really, another educational program?” Well folks, I’m here to tell you that you don’t ever judge a book by it’s cover. SCU is more than just an educational program for photographers. Skip Cohen University is about putting passion back in to the industry through hands on education with a personal touch. SCU is going to go back to the basics. To human handshakes, telephone calls, meetings that happen face-to-face in a room full of people who share a passion for photography.
The gang from Resource Magazine stops by to spend the day with Skip Cohen and friends at the first ever Skip Cohen University Event in Las Vegas. Joined by an amazing group of eager students, Skip, Scott Bourne and Clay Blackmore take them through some of their first SCU programs on marketing, PR as well as a mind blowing 2 hour live shooting and posing class with Clay. If you haven’t had a chance to check out SCU yet visit www.skipcohenuniversity.com to see the impressive list of faculty, resources and what this group of passionate professionals are going to do to change the face of education in the photo industry.
To learn more about Skip Cohen University watch the official video explaining what Skip and his incredible team of educators and students are doing to change the face of education in the photo industry.
If you want to learn, you need a variety of tools – including hands-on education with outstanding instructors who know how to teach and can give you the time you need to develop your skills. Sure, we’ll do stuff online. We’ll offer webinars, blog posts and podcasts, Google Hangouts and more.
But there will always be humans behind everything we offer, and a chance to interact with them in real life. You need a network of vendors and associates who help you through those challenges you face in growing your skills and business. You need the ability to customize your own program in order to grow at your own pace without waiting in lines, dealing with crowded giant ballroom programs and never feeling the intimacy of building new friendships with your peers and instructors.