Daniel - I know Steinberg currently has trainers and training centers participating in the Certified Training Partners program for Cubase:
I’m interested in learning if this is something that is planned in the near term for Dorico, or will this be something further out? Will the process for becoming involved as a trainer or training center be the same as for Cubase, or a different program? For individuals, will it be necessary to become a certified trainer across several Steinberg programs, or could one become a Certified Trainer for Dorico alone?
I bought Dorico when it came out but have abandoned it (for now) because I get stuck and have been unable to adequately set up my Garritan Sounds. I keep reverting to Sibelius when I have a deadline. I have used Sibelius for years and would like to get some help with getting going on Dorico which I am sure will be a good move. Any plans for training?
I was just curious if there were any updates on this. I’m currently slated to teach a music notation-related course at Brooklyn College’s Feirstein Graduate School of Cinema this summer. I was originally asked to offer Sibelius Certification as part of it (since I’m a Certified Trainer) but I would love it if there was a path to become a Dorico Certified Trainer instead and to offer Dorico certification for students (at least sometime in the near future?)
I would be looking for training. However, I am first trying to cross over to Cubase 10 from Logic Pro X and get a handle on that. It is surprisingly hard to find tutoring or any formal instruction for Cubase 10 in Los Angeles (even harder to find Cubase instruction with emphasis for Scoring). You wouldn’t happen to know anybody qualified would you?