The Andy Kufluk Equipment Distribution Centre (EDC)
About the EDC:
Located on the first floor of the Rogers Communications Centre building, the Andy Kufluk Equipment Distribution Centre (EDC) is RTA’s central equipment lock-up, providing bookings, assistance, and access to all RTA production facilities and equipment, and a selection of shared equipment for use by the students of the Faculty of Communication and Design (FCAD).
The Centre is supervised and staffed by RTA’s full-time production team, as well as a number of RTA undergraduate students in the Ontario Work Study Program.
RTA students are reminded to visit the ‘Equipment Distribution Centre’ organization in Blackboard to view/download support documents, tutorials, studio and equipment manuals, and other useful information.
Hours of Operation:
During the Fall and Winter Academic terms, our regular hours are:
(excluding Holidays and University closures)
Want to join the EDC team?
Current RTA students who wish to apply for a paid position in the EDC should visit the Ryerson Jobs on Campus site to view available postings and eligibility requirements for the Ontario Work Study program. Applications for 2012/2013 positions will be accepted as of August 27, 2012. ***Only approved work-study candidates can apply, so begin the approval process early to avoid disappointment.
Contact the EDC:
Andy Kufluk Equipment Distribution Centre
80 Gould St., Room RCC-166
(416) 979-5000 ext. 7534
Twitter: Follow us at @RTA_EDC for timely updates, news, schedule changes and other important info as it happens.
EDC Equipment/Inventory List: A detailed list of all EDC equipment available to RTA/FCAD students.
JL Fisher Dolly Booking Policy & Procedures Guide (.pdf): This document contains important information about booking the shared JL Fisher Dolly from the EDC.
JL Fisher Dolly User Agreement (.pdf): This form MUST be completed, signed, and submitted to EDC staff before any Fisher Dolly bookings can be processed.
EDC Customer Feedback Form: Complete this form to send us your feedback of a recent visit to the EDC. How was your service? What did we do well? How can we improve?