CIE IP Academies achieve CEDIA CEU accreditation

posted on Thursday, 29th November 2018 by Geny Caloisi

Training  CEDIA  IP Networking 

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UK distributor CIE had it new range of IP Academies accredited by CEDIA. Accreditation ensures that CEDIA members attending the academy programme, which kicks off in Nottingham next month (December), will earn valuable CEDIA CEUs (Continuing Education Units) to count toward their continuing professional development commitment.

The free to attend academy courses cover a broad range of IP installation practice (whether in video-over-IP, audio-over-IP, IP intercom, induction loops and lockdown security systems) and combine hands-on practical skills with the necessary theory.  Importantly, attendees will come away with a comprehensive understanding of the technical challenges faced when installing digital network-based signal distribution and control systems in residential and commercial applications.

“We’re delighted to welcome CIE to our CEU provider programme,” said Aneta Armova-Levin, CEDIA Education Manager. “Their track record as a training supplier speaks for itself, and with a focus on Audio-over-IP, intercom and security systems, this new range of courses strengthens our training offering in these areas. For CIE, CEU provider status adds further value to their training offering.”

“Through promotion of CEUs, CEDIA has done a fine job of promoting continued professional development in the home technology sector,” commented Chris Edwards, Marketing Director at CIE. “Many residential installers are looking for guidance on how to migrate from analogue to digital IP systems and our courses are a perfect place to start.”

The first event in Nottingham (4-6 December 2018) runs for three days with all courses in the academy programme running back-to-back:

December 4: Audio-over-IP System Essentials. For a course outline, click here

December 5: IP Intercom Essential. For a course outline, click here

The third day in Nottingham is split into two parts, with the morning session covering Lockdown Security Systems and the afternoon will be introducing the application and specification of Hearing Induction Loops. There is a full list of dates and host venues here as well as booking instructions to secure a place on these free training academies. 

There will be a networking event each evening which will be open to delegates staying over to attend multiple academies, as well as anyone not able to make the daytime courses. Furthermore, a live stream at http://www.howtoav.tv will also be available to allow ‘virtual’ attendance at each course. Further details on this to follow. Early registration is advisable, especially for the upcoming Nottingham dates.

Geny Caloisi

Geny Caloisi is an accomplished technology journalist who has worked in a variety of AV industry publications. 

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