Following its HDMI roadshows last year, the company is running another series of one-day events in the UK next month. The sessions will take place in Livingston, Bolton (Gr Manchester), Banbury and Gatwick, and will be led once more by DPL Labs and InVisions Technology president Jeff Boccaccio (pictured).
The Asheridge roadshows are designed to help installers and designers of HDMI distributed systems to improve their knowledge and understanding of this interface, as well as providing tips on isolating and fixing typical HDMI faults.
The latest course will also include a presentation by Fluke Networks on termination and testing of fibre optic cables typically used in the latest fibre-distributed HDMI and DVI systems. Fluke will also provide fibre optic training during the second half of each full-day session; attendees will also have access to CEDIA-accredited training points and will qualify for special offers on a range of HDMI solutions available from Asheridge.
"We want this course to educate our installers as well as act as an industry forum to share ideas and knowledge," said Asheridge sales director Kevin Swanton.
The Asheridge HDMI 'tour' will make the following stops: Best Western Hilcroft Hotel, Livingston, Monday 2 November; Whites Hotel, Bolton, Greater Manchester, Tuesday 3 November; Hotel Inn Express, Banbury, Wednesday 4 November; Mercure Hotel Gatwick, Thursday 5 November.
The cost of attending is £99 per day, including lunch, and each session will run from 9.00am to 4.30pm. Availability is limited and places must be pre-booked on a first- come, first-served basis by contacting Asheridge on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01494 794770 (tel) or 01494 794772 (fax). Alternatively, a booking form can be downloaded via the link below.