Video Training Program

Video Training ProgramVideo Training Program

As a vendor service provider for Inland Regional Center, JDSCA’s Regional Day Video Production Program provides cross-collaboration and workforce training for adults with autism and disabilities. Our career pathway program provides hands on training in a working studio to teach collaboration, soft skills, technical skills, logistics, and more through visual, performing and digital arts.

Our Program’s purpose is to produce and distribute A Spectrum of Innovation, a regularly-distributed feature-style newscast for Riverside County. We provide hands-on training through a state-of-the-art television studio and field equipment. Program participants are trained and educated by our Studio Director and staff, industry professional instructors, and mentored by hired-industry apprentices. Participants have the opportunity to learn: producing, directing, writing, video production, audio, editing, lighting, streaming technical skills, costumes, sets, acting, makeup, scheduling, logistics and a work-base culture.

We provide participants who successfully complete the program with work-search assistance, job interview prep, and letters of recommendation to help them find paid work, internships, apprenticeships, and higher education in the arts, entertainment and/or other cross-trained related industries.

Participants must live in Riverside County and be registered and serviced by Inland Regional Center. For more information about IRC and their services go to www.inlandrc.org or call the IRC at 909-890-3370.

Interested Program participants, who are already affiliated with the IRC can fill out our Program Interest Form Click Here and have your Consumer Service Coordinator contact us at participant-inquiry@jdsca.org with your IPP.