Training is at the core of Stonex

Training is a key aspect to make the most of the possibilities of the products and develop the work of each professional. That is why we offer training on our products and training for professionals in the lighting, stage engineering and mechanics, and risk prevention sectors.


Learn lighting control with all the resources in Spanish that we have prepared at Stonex and find out about new dates for in-person courses

Learn HOG4

Find out about the new formations of the HOG4 control tables to become a pro of one of the leading consoles.


Our training is given by professionals with extensive experience in the sector


Our training is directly authorized by our represented brands

Your attention will be personalized to solve your doubts


Complement your training with our online webinars

Get to know our Training

Stonex training is the only one in the national market authorized and certified by our brands and given by endorsed professionals. It is also officially certified by the training institutions of our leading brands in the sector: Electronic Theater Controls, Ayrton, Clay Paky, Lumen Radio and Moveket, among others.

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How to Light a Live Show for Streaming / Cinema / TV

Juan Carlos Pascual, ETC Pro gives us the keys to illuminate a live show that is going to be recorded for cinema, television or broadcast in digital streaming


Talk with Carlos Torrijos - Adapting to LED, from the technique in The Lion King to the concept in A Chorus Line

Carlos Torrijos, a great professional and lighting designer for large dance shows, theaters, musicals and events, will bring us his vision and experience on the transition to LED at a technical and design level. A space where we can chat with him and exchange opinions.

Colloquium with Juanjo Llorens - Confessions between illuminator and programmer

A very special session starring one of the best Spanish illuminators, Juanjo Llorens, accompanied by two of his fellow programmers: Rodrigo Ortega and Pablo Zamora. A space where personal and real testimonies will be discussed about the workflow between two key figures in the lighting work of a show: the designer and the programmer.

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