Audiovisual Professionals Flock to InfoComm 2013 for Certification
By InfoComm International, 04/15/2013
Leading commercial audiovisual show offers one-stop training and testing opportunities
Fairfax, VA – InfoComm 2013 will provide 35,000+ audiovisual (AV) professionals the opportunity to make connections, gain exposure to new technologies and ideas, and obtain career-advancing training and certifications to help them lead in their workplace. InfoComm 2013 provides real-world training and certification opportunities through the InfoComm International® Certified Technology Specialist™ (CTS®) program, to be held during the annual show taking place June 8-14 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL.
“Earning CTS credentials are a way to easily represent knowledge and experience in the workplace and to potential customers,” said David Labuskes, CTS, RCDD, Executive Director and CEO, InfoComm International. “Offering the testing at the InfoComm show has proven invaluable to many AV professionals, providing a tangible ROI that extends well beyond the event.”
InfoComm has been administering the CTS certification for more than 30 years, and it is the most trusted and recognized program worldwide for commercial audiovisual professionals. This year at InfoComm 2013, testing for the general certification will be offered on site, as well as for the design and installation advanced certifications (CTS-D®, CTS-I®). Registration for CTS exams can be found at infocommshow.org/cts.
For the first time InfoComm University™ preparation classes, will also take place on site for all three ANSI-accredited CTS credentials. While there is no single or guaranteed way to prepare for the CTS exams, test-takers who learn best in a classroom setting can hone their skills prior to sitting for the exams. In addition, copies of McGraw-Hill’s second edition of the popular CTS Exam Guide will be available for sale at the InfoComm Show Store.
InfoComm 2013, the largest commercial audiovisual show, expects more than 35,000 attendees from wide-ranging market sectors, including business, government, military, education, worship, healthcare, hospitality, retail and entertainment. Along with a trade show floor that exhibits the latest from all of the industry leaders in audiovisual, staging, signage and more, the educational programming provides attendees with opportunities to develop skills and update certifications during the conference.
InfoComm is sponsored by Blackmagic Design, Christie, Crestron, Panasonic, Samsung and Aurora.
For more news on InfoComm 2013 and to register for classes, visit infocommshow.org
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