NSCA University Brings Industry Topics to InfoComm 2010
Mar 21, 2010 5:26 PM
Join NSCA University at InfoComm 2010 for education sessions exclusively for industry professionals to improve their technical skills, learn about important industry issues, and discover operational best practices. Participants will advance their skills within the commercial electronic systems industry at the most forward-looking pro AV event this year.
Designed exclusively for industry professionals, NSCA University is bringing several new sessions to the event in response to an increasing demand for industry-specific training for all levels of technicians, installers, managers, and owners. Highlights of new sessions include:
- Computer-Based Design & Analysis Using EASE 4.3
- NFPA 72 Changes for 2010: Profiting From Change
- BizSkills for Project Managers
- Superior Leadership - A Proven Formula for Increasing Profits
- Field Project Management
Many of NSCA’s top educators will return to help students navigate through popular courses and obtain the NSCA Certificate of Completion (CCP). Boost the value you add to your company, and in turn, help your company add more value to the services it offers to its customers. NSCA’s CCP proves your dedication to success and continuing your education.
“NSCA education means that we are involved with continually educating our technicians and engineers so we can stay current with new techniques, products and codes,” says Val Dempsey, president of Communications & Entertainment. “It’s been something we’ve been able to use as a tool to compete with others who may not have some of the certifications.”
NSCA University will offer a variety of levels and courses at InfoComm 2010. Read full course descriptions at www.nscaatinfocomm.org/university. To learn more about the Certificate of Completion Program, visit www.nsca.org/ccp.
Don’t forget to redeem your NSCA education credits to save even more on NSCA’s already affordable training. Credits can be used toward up to 50 percent of the cost of the course. Call NSCA at (800) 446-6722 for your credit balance.
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