Charlton Carlos Lester, the founder and President of Omnitech Institute in Tucker, GA, is pleased to announce the launch of a brand new digital media program at Omnitech. The program is being billed as an exciting incorporation of web design, IT networking, audio engineering, videography, and photography. Omnitech reviews new technology and studies often to keep their curriculum and course offerings up to date.
Charlton Carlos Lester, who spearheaded the efforts behind the innovative program, believes that Omnitech students will have even more opportunities than ever before in the future job market as a direct result of this program. By leveraging established technologies such as iPads, iPhones, YouTube, and other internet platforms with technologies of the future, Charlton Carlos Lester believes his students will be prepared to handle whatever other changes may come in the future.
“I want my students to be prepared, and I want them to feel prepared,” says Charlton Carlos Lester. “In the ever-shifting world of technology, confidence is everything. When you have the confidence to learn a new technology, then you’re prepared for anything the world may throw at you.”
Based in Tucker, Georgia, a part of the metro-Atlanta area, Omnitech Institute will help students enter into the audio engineering industry with more preparation than in years past. “Music is booming here in Atlanta, and the audio recording business is especially huge,” says Charlton Carlos Lester. “We want to equip Omnitech students with the tools and skills they need to enter into this industry. Unlike other tech schools, Omnitech doesn’t just focus on IT networking, programming, and other ‘techie’ trades. We believe that the hallmark of a good technical school is the ability to work within the arts. For us, audio engineering is the perfect way to fuse technology with art.”
Students enrolling at Omnitech Institute now have the opportunity to choose tracks within the new digital media program that match up with their interests. “It’s exciting for Omnitech to be growing in this dynamic way,” says Charlton Carlos Lester. “Omnitech students in the past have shown interest in skills like videography, but we had no way to support them. Now, we can take their interests, and provide them with world-class education. For us, that’s something to be excited about!”