Crestron expands Masters to include new architect course

Crestron expands Masters to include new architect course
For the first time in 18 years, Crestron is inviting the top design engineers in the industry to attended Masters and be the first to achieve a Master Technology Architect certification.

Proper system design and planning have become crucial in the successful deployment of enterprise AV technology systems. To address this need, Crestron Technical Institute is now offering a new certification program, Master Technology Architect (MTA).

"Mastering system design in today’s competitive landscape requires more than just programming, you need to be a technology architect," said Rich Sasson, director, Global Technical Services. "To meet that need, Crestron is taking the industry’s highest certification to a new level ensuring the world’s top design engineers are equipped with the tools needed to further expand their organisations capabilities and solutions." 

The new MTA courses are available to Crestron Certified Programmers and by special invitation to top Crestron dealers and partners. The new MTA certification will be awarded to systems technology designers that complete this program during Crestron Masters in Amsterdam at the Mövenpick Hotel (May 15-17).
Attendance is by invitation only. Crestron Certified Programmers will receive an invitation email with a unique registration code. Registration ends Tuesday 15 May. Crestron has arranged for rooms at a special Crestron rate.