InfoComm Webinars - Strengthen Your Career
Sep 12, 2011 3:51 PM
- Too busy to leave the office for professional development?
- No budget for training?
- Need to earn renewal units (RUs) for your CTS?
If you answered yes to any of the above, InfoComm International can help. Tune in for these upcoming webinars. In just an hour, you can learning something new to apply on-the-job, and even boost your careers. With all these choices, there will be at least one webinar that is calling your name.
Upcoming 2011 Webinars
Upcoming InfoComm Roundtables in North America
Attend one of these upcoming InfoComm Roundtables to share your thoughts on the AV industry and network with peers.
- November 17, 2011, Dallas, TX
- December 8, 2011, Orlando, FL
Wish You Were Here!
The Postcards from InfoComm blog follows InfoComm International staff and volunteers as they span the globe offering events, training, and networking opportunities for the AV industry! Just where will AV go? Visit http://blog.infocommblog.org/postcards.
CTS Exam Guide
For the first time ever, here is your all-in-one Certified Technology Specialist (CTS) exam resource: The CTS Certified Technology Specialist Exam Guide. Exclusively from McGraw-Hill and InfoComm International, this book is your personal guide to all of the exam content outline objectives. Plus, the CTS Exam Guide will ease your studying with callouts at the beginning of each chapter, exam tips, practice questions with in-depth explanations and a CD.
Go ahead, sigh with relief. It’s now easier than ever to prepare for your exam because now everything you need to know is in one place.
Not only is this an exam guide, it’s a must-have for your AV office. Remember the popular Essentials of AV Technology? The most-up-to-date version of Essentials is in this book. But keep in mind that this book is an exam preparation tool, not a technical, how-to AV guide.
Order your copy now! Available wherever books are sold, in print and e-book format. Note that InfoComm International will not be selling copies of the book.
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