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How to get Educated in the Audio Visual Industry…

Throughout our time recruiting in the Audio Visual sector, we are often approached by candidates who are looking for a route into the Audio Visual industry.  If you are interested in finding out how to go about getting an education in the audiovisual sector, take a look at this page.   We also invite educational establishments or manufacturers offering further education to get in touch, so we can share this information with our candidates.

A selection of Universities and Colleges offering further education in the Audio Visual Industry

Product Manufacturers in the Audio Visual Industry offering further training

Regular Industry Training
updates can be found here…

Networking Specialist School

7 – 9th April, 2021 – CEDIA Training Centre Cambridgeshire

TCP/IP has become the dominant communications and media transmission protocol for the home technology industry. It is essential to understand both the theory and practice of IP in order to design and implement reliably. In addition, with wireless infrastructures being asked to handle ever more demanding applications, it is also critical that these are designed and implemented in a robust and reliable fashion

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Cabling & Infrastructure Technician Training (Hybrid) Course

19 – 21st April, 2021

The CEDIA Cabling and Infrastructure Technician School and supplemental textbook have been developed to provide entry-level technicians with a highly dynamic hybrid learning experience. This educational pathway supports both newly hired employees as well as technicians with a desire to begin the journey of professional certification in the systems integration industry.

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Integrated Systems Technician Training (Hybrid) Course

26 – 28th April, 2021

The CEDIA Integrated Systems Technician School and supplemental textbook supports cabling and infrastructure technicians to take the next step in their professional development. The training is aimed at individuals who aim to advance their career through a deeper understanding of the fundamentals of systems integration. With a focus on specific applications for technology installation and configuration, the content in this pathway provides the foundational knowledge to begin working as an Integrated Systems Technician with minimal supervision.

Knowledge domains covered in this pathway include:

  • IT networking
  • Distributed audio systems
  • Lighting
  • Motorization
  • Energy management
  • Systems programming and control
  • Home cinema
  • Systems commissioning for project completion

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