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CEDIA educates at ISE 2012

Andrew Brister 25 January 2012
CEDIA educates at ISE 2012

CEDIA (the Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association) will once again be providing a range of training and education opportunities over at the ISE show. Main partners of ISE (Integrated Systems Europe), CEDIA (the Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association) has announced its education schedule for the ISE show from 31 January – 2 February 2012 at the RAI, Amsterdam. Europe’s trade association for the residential custom installation industry will once again be providing a range of training and education opportunities with many sessions new to an ISE audience. In total, CEDIA will be offering 14 courses, doubling the number of sessions given at ISE 2011. The programme includes seven brand new courses including, “Choosing and Using Control Systems”, “Embracing the Cloud”, “The Art of Project Documentation”, “Practical Media Delivery over IP Technologies”, “Developing Profitable Business Processes”, “Delivering 3D” and “Introduction to HVAC systems.” All courses in the programme are led by expert presenters from within the industry, with the vast majority of sessions lasting either three hours or one and a half hours.  “We continually strive to provide a high quality education programme with plenty of opportunities for people at all levels and disciplines within the industry,” says Matt Dodd, CEDIA’s chair of education (pictured). “Training is a vital part of CEDIA’s commitment to the industry, and it’s especially important for businesses to stay on top of new trends, technologies and best practice in our sector.”   Delegates wishing to book a place on the CEDIA Education programme at ISE 2012 can do so via the ISE website (below). CEDIA representatives will be available on the Association’s stand throughout the show to answer questions and provide information about CEDIA’s work across Region 1 (Europe, Russia, The Middle East, India and Africa) and the benefits that membership brings. www.cedia.co.ukwww.iseurope.org 

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