Crestron bolsters training in 2010
Crestron has upped its UK training programme for 2010, adding three new courses and expanding its core Foundation Course.
The three new courses are titled DigitalMedia, Lighting Specifier Training and D3Pro Programming. DigitalMedia training provides information on Crestron’s Media System for transporting high definition video and audio over long distances using copper and fibre. Aimed at lighting control applications the Lighter Specified Training explores the company’s lighting systems, while D3Pr0 Programming looks at the the company's D3Pro programming software in order to design, develop and document Crestron lighting control systems.
Mike Backler, head of training at Crestron, explained: “The Crestron Training Programme is designed to equip integrators for the control system design and programming challenges facing commercial and residential A/V professionals everyday.
“We have three new courses for 2010 as our course curriculum has been expanded to better serve the needs of our dealers and programmers and we have also produced a Training Guide to outline which courses we run, where they are running and what delegates need to know in order to make the most of them.”
Crestron Technical Institute classes are accredited by major industry organisations. The number of points each course generates for CEDIA and ICIA certified individuals is set out in the company’s Training Guide and on their website. By successfully completing any of the relevant classes, delegates are eligible to receive the indicated number of educational credits. ICIA certified individuals will receive Renewal Units (RUs). CEDIA-certified professionals will receive Continuing Education Units (CEUs).