Bad pun in title aside, I’ve discovered recently that I ought to learn Navigator. To answer the question of why: a) I’d like to learn it because it is rapidly becoming a standard for controlling shows of spectacle and larger scope, b) it was requested by a future employer, and c) it looks badass. Navigator offers classes at TAIT Towers in Lititz, PA; according to their schedule on their website, however, they only offer the classes 6 months out of the year, and 4 of those months encompass a school semester, making it impossible for me to get time off from my senior year academics. So I then have a few questions: 1) Is that schedule accurate? I haven’t gotten an answer to my email from their support or sales teams, and I have a hard time believing they offer classes non-stop for 6 months then take 6 months completely off. But I could definitely be wrong. 2) Classes run a smashing $900 each. Add airfare, hotel, basic ramen diet, and time off work for a working student and it all adds up to financial devastation. Is there any way I can learn bits and pieces of Navigator anywhere? I still plan on taking the classes but I can’t count on having that kind of money available if something goes wrong between now and then. 3) Navigator has no publicly available manual? No free yet restricted license to demo? Are there resources anywhere so that I can at least be 1% more knowledgeable? For anyone who takes the time to help me out with this, I give my appreciation!