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InfoComm hails 100% CTS success at ISE 2017

Paddy Baker 15 March 2017
InfoComm hails 100% CTS success at ISE 2017

InfoComm International, the trade association representing the commercial audiovisual industry worldwide, congratulates those who successfully completed their Certified Technology Specialist (CTS) certification at ISE 2017. Every candidate who sat for a CTS exam at ISE successfully achieved their certification in Amsterdam.

Pam Taggart InfoComm“We would like to say a huge ‘well done’ to those who passed their CTS exam at ISE,” says Pamela M Taggart, CTS, senior director of development Europe, InfoComm International. “It was our pleasure to offer CTS certification at the biggest ISE yet, and we were delighted that it was a successful programme for everyone involved. ISE 2017 was an excellent opportunity to get CTS certified whilst learning about the latest goings on in the industry, and the CTS certification complemented our other education and networking sessions perfectly. CTS allows those in the industry to demonstrate their AV knowledge for all to see, and the successful candidates will now be able to reap the rewards from their commitment and hard work.”

Johan Coppens, Anders Strømholt Madsen, Giedrius Einoris, Darius Margis, Vytautas Stasiukaitis, Bastiaan Oltwater, Svein Joar Horve, Jostein Minmeng Larsen, Christopher Brooker and Colin Walker all passed their CTS Exam, whilst Peter Fell and Greg Moores completed their Certified Technology Specialist ― Installation (CTS-I) Exam.

There will be a host of opportunities for CTS training and certification across the EMEA region this year. For upcoming training opportunities, visit https://www.infocomm.org/cps/rde/xchg/infocomm/hs.xsl/33074.htm

InfoComm’s CTS programme is an industry-recognised certification helping individuals and businesses to elevate themselves and deliver value to their clients. CTS is accredited under the ISO/IEC 17024:2012 and recognised across the globe as a proven credential that is bringing quantifiable benefits to businesses and individuals throughout the AV community.

www.infocomm.org

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