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ADI’s Learning Lab Set for CEDIA

ADI is sponsoring the CEDIA University Learning Lab experience at CEDIA EXPO 2009. As a second year sponsor, ADI is helping to provide electronic systems technicians with hands-on experience in the custom electronics market. The Learning Labs include four separate full-featured rooms equipped with the latest technology.

The Learning Labs will host 23 separate sessions linked to 12 CEDIA University courses being offered at the EXPO, to provide a hands-on training component. Attendees will learn to install, calibrate, and troubleshoot home networks and integrated audio and video systems. The four labs will include a Computer Lab, Cable Connector & Testing Lab, Audio & Component Installation Lab, and a Video Display Technology & Calibration Lab. Participants will be able to take what they learn in the classes and apply it directly to their work in the field. Learning Labs will be available for all attendees to interact with products and technology when courses are not being administered.

“Providing this one-of-a-kind training to our members and attendees is very important to CEDIA,” director of technical training at CEDIA, Jeff Gardner, said. “ADI’s continued support has allowed us to add several new features to the Learning Lab concept, including a new component installation lab and the introduction of training in the areas of networking and IP control.”

The Learning Labs will include featured solutions from more than 35 of ADI’s leading manufacturers. Attendees can visit ADI at Booth 1650 for more information or visit to register for the Learning Lab courses.

“At ADI, we are committed to providing our customers with valuable training opportunities to help them succeed in today’s market,” vice president of sales at ADI, John Sullivan, said. “Hands-on training is the best kind of learning, and we are extremely excited to have the opportunity to team up with our vendors to sponsor the Learning Labs for a second year in a row.”