At ISE 2017, InfoComm International is offering an InfoComm All Access Pass that will give attendees access to every MasterClass, Application Lab and Conference in its extensive professional development programme. Attendees who book their ticket before 15 January 2017 can take advantage of the early bird rate: €250 for InfoComm members, €300 for non-members.
Visitors will also be able to benefit from free Professional Development Consultations, free FlashTrack sessions and much more on the InfoComm booth.
Hosted in the Elicium above Hall 13, the association’s Professional Development Programme covers five three-hour Conferences, MasterClass sessions and – new for 2017 – Application Lab sessions. These instructor-led discussions will dig into hot topics including protecting against the ‘dark arts’ of hacking and network traffic analysis. Each lab will introduce attendees to specific applications and allow for hands-on experience.
Attendees looking to brush up on their Certified Technology Specialist (CTS) knowledge at ISE 2017 can do so by purchasing InfoComm’s CTS package, which includes a two-and-a-half-day prep course as well as a half-day study session. Attendees can also purchase the CTS exam and then schedule and take the exam onsite at the RAI on 9-10 February. Seats are limited, so early purchase is recommended.
Any attendee can pick and choose from over 50 free FlashTrack Sessions sessions taking place on the Thursday and Friday on every hour and half-hour at stand 13-N100. These include focus areas such as project management, social media marketing for AV pros, digital signage life cycle and more.
On Wednesday 8 February, Women of InfoComm will host a networking event at the RAI’s Emerald Room between 17:00 and 19:00. Open for all to attend without a charge, the event enables delegates to enjoy cocktails while speed-networking. Event organisers will also encourage attendees to schedule a calendar of meet-ups for the year ahead, as well as announce an exclusive project for 2017. Those interested in attending should email Mariana Kaiser.
Earlier on the Wednesday, InfoComm is hosting an event aimed at young AV professionals (aged 35 and under). The free-to-attend event will take place at RAI’s Emerald Room between 11:00 and 13:00, giving young AV members the opportunity to meet their peers in informal surroundings and learn what InfoComm can do for them. Young professionals will also be able to learn more about how they can get involved in the industry. Business owners will be able to send their young AV professionals to this event in order to help immerse their employees in the industry and build confidence. Those interested in signing up should email Joseph Valerio.