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Bedrock Learning Courses Good for CEDIA, NBFAA Credits

The training solutions provider will be offering live courses during EHX Expo in Long Beach, California, next month.

Holland, Michigan–Bedrock Learning has gained association approval for CEUs. Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association (CEDIA) and the National Burglar and Fire Alarm Association (NBFAA) have grant CEUs for three of Bedrocks live classroom courses.

Bedrock Learning provides a comprehensive training solution for home technology installers, sales, customer support, and other residential technology professionals. The company offers introductory training and residential sub-systems training including structured wiring, audio, and home networking. Training is delivered through online courses and live workshops. The approved classroom courses are:

Jump-Start Your Installation Business
This workshop teaches all aspects of being in the residential installation business and establishing the critical fundamentals of smart business operations: organization, processes and procedures. Persons new to the industry, considering diversifying current business, or in an established company will benefit from this business strategy workshop to improve operations, and learn how to work smarter to increase profits.

Home Networking
This intensive course is a comprehensive introduction to installing computer networks, designed specifically for residential technology installers, providing a thorough grounding in the design, installation, and configuration of home networks, including both wired and wireless considerations. Routers, PC and Mac operating systems, cabling fundamentals, Internet/residential gateways, network security, and other core topics are explained in detail. The course is practical in nature, not theoretical and focused on the residential technologies industry. Class participants will learn how to successfully install a computer network and understand the capabilities and benefits of a home network.

Project Management
This course defines the role of project management within an organization, what the phases of project management are, how to plan, implement and close projects. Class participants will understand how to create a project binder, breakdown project management into procedures and tasks, what forms and documents to use to control projects, how to manage the project budget and purchasing, and more.

All classroom courses will be offered at EHX Expo in Long Beach, California, the week of November 13, 2006:

Project Management full day course offered on Tuesday, November 14, 2006
Home Networking full day course offered on Thursday, November 16, 2006
Jump-Start Your Installation Business full day workshop offered on Friday, November 17, 2006

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