InfoComm Specializes in Audiovisual Education
Our courses are based on content developed by industry experts — so you know the information is accurate and up-to-date. In fact, 96% of students report that they use what they learn in class on the job.
Whether you're new to the industry or have many years of experience, there's something in our training catalog to help you refine your professional skills.
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Interactive, hands-on learning led by an instructor in a traditional classroom full of your peers. Many of these courses are offered over three days at our newly redesigned classroom in Fairfax, Va.
Virtual Classroom Courses
Interactive, online course combining real-time and self-paced study — a class you can attend from any location. These courses combine the benefits of instructor-led content and peer collaboration with schedule flexibility.
All the learning takes place at your pace, on your schedule. Great for independent learners, online courses also save time away from the office.
Product- and service-specific training courses. Learn directly from the manufacturers how to use their latest products and applications.
Training at Local Events
Check the calendar to find out what InfoComm events will be held near you. From behind-the-scenes technology tours to networking events and more, you’ll find something right for you.
Training at Trade Shows
The best of both worlds — InfoComm training combined with the world’s largest pro-AV and communications exhibitions. Proven training to rev up your skills plus courses that explore emerging trends keep you competitive in the quickly evolving AV industry.
The core of the industry. Designed for new AV professionals and AV professionals who want deeper technical knowledge, courses in this track can also give sales people a broader understanding of the industry.
The skill — and art — of audiovisual facility and system design. AV designers, engineers, technology managers and project managers profit from this track starting with the core concepts of audiovisual systems design and leading to the development of a comprehensive design plan and preparation for the CTS-D exam.
In-depth technical instruction. Installation technicians, lead installation technicians, field engineers, project managers and integrators will benefit from this track.
Training support for those who support. Organizational employees who provide AV services and technical support to internal clients, sales professionals, managers of design teams and IT professionals can expand their knowledge to more effectively communicate with vendors and interpret documentation.
Project management best practices within an AV context. Project managers, technicians who manage projects, sales engineers who develop proposals and estimates, information managers who manage technical staff, and upper management ready to implement PM best practices will gain from practical knowledge and hands-on exercises.
Live Events Professional
Pre-event planning, implementation and troubleshooting. This track includes options for professional AV technicians as well as for technology managers who occasionally set up live events and AV presentations. Event planners and account executives can also gain depth on producing live events
Networked AV Professional
The best of InfoComm courses customized to the IT perspective.
Sure, you terminate category cable. Probably everyone in your office does that. … But are you doing it the right way? Boost your confidence with this new online class that walks you through how to install and validate cable.
Bite-Sized AV Transport Solutions
AV transport is complicated. Roll up your sleeves for a practical tour of solutions tackles, like interoperability. Don’t miss AV Transport Methods Virtual Classroom, May 2-26. It’s your ONLY chance to enroll in 2016.