Training Center

The Entertainment Technical Training Center

Located in one of the country’s major hubs for the entertainment industry, the Entertainment Technical Training Center (ETTC) in Las Vegas offers state-of-the-art educational opportunities for professionals at every level—from beginners to advanced individuals seeking recertification credit. Students receive both theoretical and applied instruction at the ETTC’s 1,200 sf teaching classroom and its 3,500 sf practical training facility that is outfitted with all the equipment necessary to practice various rigging applications. This facility hosts ETCP-recognized rigging training classes for arena and theater plus fall protection, performer flying, and many other programs.

Live Classes


With enhanced health and safety protocols in place, the ETTC is now scheduling limited capacity, in-person classes. Interested students can browse upcoming offerings on the EPSedu Classes page or sign up for our newsletter to be notified when new classes are posted.

In-Person Classes at the ETTC

6125 Annie Oakley Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89120

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ETTC
6125 Annie Oakley Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89120, USA6125 Annie Oakley Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89120

ETTC's Joint Partners: AMC and EPS


The ETTC is a collaborative effort between two Las Vegas-based companies that support the entertainment industry: AMC Fabrication and EPS.

AMC Fabrication provides precision machining services and custom fabrication for all steel elements from structures to stage. The company’s high-quality trusses and rigging equipment have been integrated in every aspect of entertainment.
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For more information, visit AMCfab.com.

EPS solves complex technical problems for clients inside the entertainment industry and out. Their knowledge in the niche services of rigging, mechanical design, performer flying, and more have made them indispensable to some of the largest entertainment and hospitality corporations in the world.

For more information, visit EPSsolves.com.

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