CEDIA is offering e-Learning courses for electronic systems professionals on the go.
Courses can be taken anywhere, with the ability to stop and restart at anytime. E-Learning courses are $79 per session for CEDIA members and $99 for non-members. A full list of available e-Learning courses can be found at cedia.org/elearning. Check out these three archived webinars that can help sharpen your technical skills today.
EST243 – IP for Technicians
This course covers one of the most important topics in our industry, IP (internet protocol). With the vast majority of subsystems now able to be converged over an IP network, this is an area that all electronic systems professionals should be skilled in. This course is specifically designed for beginners and individuals looking to formalize the IP networking knowledge base. Learn how to create and implement IP addressing schemes, configure consumer routers, and much more.
ESDW162 – Design Documents
Do you know the status of your current projects? Are you able to communicate the work you are doing to architects and builders? If you answered no, your company may benefit from learning about design documentation. Complete and accurate project documentation helps your business keep track of the installation process and helps you communicate with other project stakeholders.
This course will help you understand how to document the design and installation process. Learn about common document types and terminology, as well as preparing and interpreting plans and drawings. It is recommended that designers and installers have a working knowledge of and experience with line and schematic diagrams, architectural drawings and fundamental documentation procedures.
EST 308 – Retrofitting Techniques
Retrofit is an ever expanding area of this industry; do you know the techniques that will carry you through a retrofit project? From tools to tips this course will help you make sure that your next retrofit project goes smoothly.
This course covers specific ways to address the challenges of installing equipment and cable in an existing home. This course also includes tips and techniques on how and when to use specific retrofitting tools.