AV Moving Forward With InfoComm 2014
Register now to see, learn and experience the largest pro-AV show in the world. Preview the full schedule. Check out the new specialty conferences on digital signage and unified communications and collaboration.
Earn Your CTS at InfoComm 2014
You can take the CTS, CTS-D or CTS-I exam just steps away from the show floor at InfoComm 2014. There will never be a more convenient time and place to take your exam, so don't miss this opportunity. Reserve your seat now. Keep in mind that you are not required to purchase any courses or products to prepare for the CTS exams.
Best of InfoComm Hands-On Training
Take a break from listening to lectures and roll up your sleeves. Learn how to apply solutions for AV problems by collaborating with your industry peers — all hands-on. Don't miss this interactive session. And don't forget to explore all of your options for training at InfoComm 2014.
Who Belongs on the Awards Stage?
Do you know someone who deserves an InfoComm International award? Check out this year's categories and nominate someone today. Applications must be received by April 25.
Take the Highly Recommended Digital Signage Course
Joseph Julian, CTS
"Digital Signage for Technology Managers Online is a great resource for institutions as it covers details that must be explored before utilizing this technology. I will certainly use the information as we develop our own digital signage upgrade and would highly recommend it to other organizations."
— Joseph Julian, CTS, Multimedia Products Analyst, Lockheed Martin
Find out what Joseph is raving about.
Nancy Simpson, CTS, 'Leans In' to AV
As a woman in AV, Nancy Keyak Simpson has met both supporters and skeptics — often in the same room at the same time.
She says that in order to make it in any industry, don't be timid. "As Sheryl Sandberg says, 'sit at the table and lean in.' If you develop a reputation as the person who delivers results and carry yourself with confidence, trust builds."
Hear more about Nancy's story. Plus, don't miss her advice to those new to the industry.
InfoComm Continues to Train IATSE Members
Students from a recent IATSE CTS Prep in Toronto
Thousands of IATSE members have enrolled in InfoComm University™, and even more professionals will embark on this special training program in the next two years. Stay tuned for news about a new certificate program for live events professionals.
Explore current resources for IATSE members.
CTS Prep Heads to Toronto and Denver
Thinking of taking the CTS exam? Explore important exam topics and tactics with the three-day, in-person CTS Prep class, including:
- Creating, operating and servicing AV solutions
- Understanding networking concepts
- Conducting management activities
See you in Toronto, April 22-24, or in Denver, May 6-8.
Got Your Free Standards?
If your company is a member, all of your employees can download InfoComm International's standards for free. Developed by your peers, these ANSI-approved AV standards are created through a rigorous, consensus-building procedure. Explore how these standards can take the worry out of your next project.
Roundtable Tour Stops in Boston
Register today to join InfoComm members and staff in Boston on April 17. Hear the presentation Shift Happens: If You Fail to Plan, You Plan to Fail by James Feldman, a change management expert. In addition, we will discuss changes occurring in the industry and the InfoComm programs being developed to address them. Be prepared to share your opinions and concerns during the open-floor portion of this event.
We invite you to attend the following webinars:
Acrobat XI Pro Basic (Session 1)
April 2, 1 p.m. (New York), 5 p.m. (London)
This session discusses the functionalities and features of Acrobat Pro and how it enables you to ensure the integrity of your electronic documents regardless of who views them, on what devices, or with what operating systems. Register.
Getting Down to Business — Accountability in Mentoring Discussions
April 8, 1 p.m. (New York), 5 p.m. (London)
This webinar focuses on establishing a framework to identify objectives, track progress, and maintain momentum in mentoring conversations. It discusses tools and techniques for facilitating growth and development and explores how to bring accountability for progress on goals into the conversation.
Tools You Need for a Great Campaign!
April 9, 1 p.m. (New York), 5 p.m. (London)
Marketing is no longer for the faint of heart! This session looks at the possibilities and tools available for you to better execute a campaign.