Associations Focus: InfoComm Revamps CTS Program Look
Oct 1, 2008 12:00 PM
CTS LOGO GETS A NEW LOOK
The InfoComm Certified Technology Specialist (CTS) program has a new look. Over the course of the next several weeks, the new logos will be rolled out on new certificates and websites, and graphics will be made available for business cards and websites for participating companies.
PREPARE FOR THE CTS EXAM
Opportunities to help you prepare for the CTS exam are available regionally this fall and winter. Take advantage of the expert facilitators and peer-to-peer learning environment. Register for GEN112 CTS Study Group in Fairfax, Va., Oct. 19-21; Boston, Nov. 12-14; and San Diego, Dec. 3-5.
cts and select CTS Exam Resources for more information about preparing for the CTS exam.
NEW CAMPAIGN AIMED AT ARCHITECT AND BUILDING COMMUNITY
InfoComm is launching a new ad campaign and website aimed at architects and building professionals. The aim of the program is to promote the value of the CTS credential and audiovisual professionals. See more at www.ctsforav.com.
CTS-D NOW AVAILABLE AT PROMETRIC TESTING CENTERS
After almost a year of hard work and numerous reviews by CTS-Ds worldwide, the new CTS-Design exam will now be available in testing centers. Allow approximately two weeks from your application submission for review and scheduling your exam, which is based upon testing center availability. Download or view the CTS-D Handbook online, and read it thoroughly. The CTS-D resource pages at www.infocomm.org/cts will be available mid-October; they will provide tips and materials to help you determine if you are ready to take the exam and to help you prepare.
Step it up! If you're a CTS, start your plan to achieve your specialized certification as a CTS-I or CTS-D.
2008 ASIA-PACIFIC MARKET DEFINITION AND STRATEGY STUDY
InfoComm is pleased to announce the release of the Asia-Pacific Market Definition and Strategy Study. This report provides all of the detail you need to make an educated decision about the professional audiovisual market in the Asia-Pacific region. To find out more or to purchase the study, visit www.infocomm.org.
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