Reflex pushes AV education
Throughout November Reflex will hold free audio training courses for AV technicians in further education and corporate areas.
The training is to be held at University City London on November 3 and 4 and at Reflex’s Reading offices on November 24 and 25.
Roland Dreesden, managing director of Reflex, said the courses were part of the company’s strategy to educate users of AV. “The last training programme we held, Extron Global Configurator Training, was extremely popular,” he added.
“The importance of audio is often overlooked. To communicate effectively, it’s not enough to convey your message well; you must also ensure your audience receives it clearly. There’s clearly a thirst for knowledge as an audio training date we have scheduled in Bath next year is already fully booked. We predict the sessions in London and Reading to be well attended events.”
The content of the courses addresses subjects such as frequency response, audio frequency induction loops, acoustic gain and feedback. They will also look at sound absorption and reflection, and teach delegates how to judge a sound system without the need for test equipment.
The sessions will be interactive with demonstrations and question and answer sessions. Reflex said it would tailor the courses to address individual areas of interest.