NSCA Recognizes Systems Integrators
Mar 1, 2011 11:59 AM
Get Back to Business with NSCA at InfoComm 2011
InfoComm 2011 is still a few months away, but now is the time to start planning your trip to Orlando and lining up your schedule for the show. NSCA University will, once again, be on-site with its suite of industry-specific business courses for technical people. NSCA will also host social events for industry professionals to network with peers for business opportunities, partnerships, advice, and fun. Start your planning now by visiting www.nscaatinfocomm.org for a preview of NSCA classes, instructors and networking events, as well as NSCA products and services to help you get back to business in 2011.
NSCA University is focused on improving the business skills of industry professionals. The majority of NSCA members are technical people; most did not obtain training in key business skills such as project management, sales strategies, marketing techniques, human resources, or financial management. Consequently, NSCA University has developed courses to help them obtain these skills to increase business performance and grow profits.
As always, NSCA membership has a variety of perks, including free pre-registered entrance to the show floor, discounts on technology tours, and savings of up to 50 percent on NSCA University education.
Visit www.nscaatinfocomm.org for information about all of NSCA’s events, activities, and educational courses at the show. Browse full course descriptions and read instructor bios, get more information on special events and networking opportunities, find out how to increase your company’s presence through NSCA sponsorship opportunities, and more. Also, follow NSCA on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn for special discounts and deals. InfoComm 2011 will be held June 12-17 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla.
SynAudCon Class Approved for NSCA Continuing Education Program
NSCA University has added Principles of Audio and Audio Applications 1, Synergetic Audio Concepts (SynAudCon) Web-based training courses, to its library of nearly 100 continuing education courses from more than 20 manufacturers, consultants and organizations directly involved with education and training in the commercial electronics systems industry.
SynAudCon’s Web-based training courses join its already approved, in-person Partner Provider training¬—Sound Reinforcement for Technicians, SynAudCon Digital, and Audio & Acoustics for Conference Systems—to receive 12 NSCA Learning Units to apply toward NSCA’s Certificate of Completion Program.
The two new Web-based programs cover the fundamental basics every person working in the audio field needs to know. Overlooking the basics can cause problems, and Audio Applications 1 provides audio system details by educating students on the often-overlooked items linking the system.
“We are very proud to have the SynAudCon Web-based training and in-person seminars listed as Partner Providers for NSCA University,” says Brenda Brown of SynAudCon. “We applaud NSCA, CEA and CEDIA, who founded ESPA certification. The complexity of audio systems and needed skills of the audio technician are increasing each year, underscoring the importance of certification. Audio Training has been SynAudCon’s focus since 1973. We are pleased to share a common goal with NSCA: a better qualified electronic systems technician.”
Current Partner Providers include: Allen Products/ATM Flyware, AMX, Audinate, Belden, BlonderTongue, Cables to Go, Chief Manufacturing, The CMOOR Group, Crestron, Elan Media, Extron Electronics, Herman Electronics, Kramer Electronics, Lectrosonics, Peerless Industries Inc., Rauland-Borg Corporation, STAM, Syn-Aud-Con, Termark Technical Institute, Valcom Inc., and Xanteon.
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