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Richmond Community Services Unveils State-of-the-Art Workforce Media Training Studio

Workforce Media Team! From left to right, Kady-Ann Robinson (Marketing Manager), Dennis Rosenfeld (Workforce Media Training Analysis), Claudius Johnson (Chief Human Resources Officer), Jose Tavarez Luna (Audio Visual Specialist), and James Harlin (Workforce Media Relations Trainer).

Richmond Community Services (RCS), a leading organization with locations throughout Westchester County providing support to individuals with developmental disabilities, has announced the grand opening of RCS Workforce Media Training Studio in Mount Kisco.

RCS Workforce Media Training Studio is a cutting-edge facility designed to revolutionize digital communications and elevate in-person meetings for businesses and organizations. It is an extension of Richmond’s commitment to empowering individuals and businesses through effective communication strategies.

The RCS Workforce Media Training Studio is a fully renovated space with a professional stage, adjustable lighting, ample seating, and industry-standard sound production equipment. Nestled within Richmond Community Services, the studio is staffed by Richmond’s Workforce Development department, bringing a wealth of hands-on experience crafting and delivering multi-channel communications.

Services include:

Content Creation: From training videos and commercials to films, documentaries.

Live Streaming: Engage your audience with high-quality live streams without technical concerns.

Podcasting and Webinars: Leverage our studio for professional-grade audio and video content.

Event Hosting: Host your seminars, workshops, and screenings in our versatile and modern space.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on December 4 at RCS offices at 272 North Bedford Road.

The studio boasts industry-standard equipment, including cameras, lighting, soundboards, TV screens, and a professional stage. The team of Workforce Development professionals provides support throughout the production process.

The Workforce Media Training Studio is a presentation venue for various events, including showcases, broadcasts, podcasts, webinars, live streams, charity events, micro-learning sessions, and panel discussions. As learning and development shift to a hybrid model, the studio facilitates the expansion of organizational reach with advanced production quality.

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