AVAD, has posted the schedule for its on-site and online training programs scheduled for the remainder of January and February.
Held in partnership with manufacturers from the custom electronics industry, the training seminars will provide custom installers with insight into certification processes, product information, and sales training in a number of market segments including security, lighting control, control systems, home theater, and audio-video.
Among the AVAD partners offering training sessions on site at AVAD branches throughout the U.S. are ATON, DSC, Gefen, Lutron, and RTI. AVAD will also offer online courses from B&K, Key Digital, MartinLogan, and Universal Remote Control during this time.
The on-site and online courses are offered as part of AVAD’s continuing education program, AVAD University. Through AVAD University, the industry’s leading manufacturers are made directly available to custom installers through exclusive training sessions hosted at AVAD locations, as well as webinars and teleseminars for complete scheduling flexibility.
“AVAD is committed to providing custom installers with the industry’s best and most frequent training opportunities,” AVAD vice president and general manager Jim Annes said. “Beyond product training, we also offer installers business and sales training as well as courses to help them with certification processes. In 2009, we offered more than 450 training courses, both on site and online, and beginning with this early schedule, we look forward to presenting our dealers with even more educational tools in 2010.”
Throughout January and February, AVAD will offer the following courses to professional custom installers:
• ATON – Dealer Certification
• DSC – Power Series Training
• Gefen – 2010 Product Training
• Lutron – Lutron Winter Blast
• RTI – System Orientation (Level 1 and Level 2); Advanced Programming
• B&K – BKC3 Level Certification Training
• Key Digital – System Design and Product Training
• MartinLogan – Product Training
• Universal Remote Control – Control Programming