Industry Training from the Industry’s Best! Yes, Please!
“The future success of our industry hinges upon the preparedness and training of its member.” This statement was made by our very own Technology Evangelist that creates and delivers our certified webinar courses, Joe Cornwall. (You may know him from his articles for leading industry publications or his podcast he delivered on behalf of InfoComm or even his trainings sponsored by InfoComm and BICSI.) He obviously believes in the importance of continued education and so does C2G, which is why we invest in our industry-certified training program. The live webinars leave attendees with an increased familiarity of cutting-edge technology and trends that can be later applied to upcoming install projects and jobs. Armed with this information, AV professionals can succeed in meeting the audio/video needs of today, while preparing for the dynamic technology landscape of the future. And did we mention that while attending a Joe Cornwall course, participants will be dazzled with a level of energy and enthusiasm for AV unmatched by any other, not to mention his several accolades that attest to his AV knowledge and skill as an educator including InfoComm’s 2014 Educator of the Year and InfoComm Faculty member.
The C2G training program is evolving with new courses being created every year. (We have to keep the content fresh to keep up with how quickly the industry changes and advances!) Most live courses are 1 hour and equal to 1 AIA-LU, InfoComm CTS-RU, BICSI-CEC, or NSCA-LU credit unless noted otherwise. So, you have to ask yourself, with no travel costs, no extended time away from work, and free trainings for renewal units from the industry’s best, why wouldn’t you sign up today?!
C2G is offering free training sessions in each of April, May, June, July, and August.
USB in AV Applications
Tuesday, April 14th, 2015 at 1:00pm EST
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Universal Serial Bus (USB) Deep Dive Technology Exploration for AV Design and Integration
Tuesday, May 12th, 2015 at 1:00pm EST
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