A recent survey of current CEDIA Registered Outreach Instructors (ROIs) found that the average ROI garners three projects per year from connections made from the ROI program, and the average size of these projects is over $36,000, for a total gain of over $107,000 in new projects revenue per year.
CEDIA’s ROI program enables CEDIA members to present relevant and timely education to industry partners while also gaining leads for future business, CEDIA says.
ROI courses focus on facilitating successful collaboration between architects, builders, interior designer, and electronic systems contractors. Course titles include Hiding Technology, Introduction to User Interfaces, and Lighting Control. Currently, CEDIA is an approved provider of continuing education for eight industry groups, including the American Institute of Architects, the American Society of Interior Designers, and the National Association of Home Builders.
To become an ROI, one must be a CEDIA member and pass the “Train the Trainer” course. The next ROI “Train the Trainer” class will take place December 2 at the Lutron Experience Center in Plantation, FL.
Visit cedia.org to learn more about this program or to register.