InfoComm Issues Handbook for CI Pros

According to the organizations executive director, the new book will help industry professionals save money, time, and the embarrassment of fixing a problem onsite.
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Fairfax, VA--InfoComm has released a new AV installation best practices handbook for AV installers and their supervisors. The book, titled AV Installation Handbook: The Best Practices for Quality Audiovisual Systems, contains color photos and clear instruction regarding proper cable termination techniques, rack building, cable handling, and mounting.

"Quality installers are the backbone of the professional AV industry," said Randal A. Lemke, Ph.D., executive director, InfoComm International. "The amount spent to train workers to perform a quality job is far exceeded by the savings realized by integrators that don't have to redo poor installations. InfoComm believes this book will help the industry save money, time and the embarrassment of fixing a problem at a customer site."

The AV Installation Handbook is a valuable reference derived from industry experts and InfoComm Academy curriculum. It is a printed companion to InfoComm's soon-to-launch AV Installation Training Library, including InfoComm Academy's Installation School training materials. Through the electronic library, individuals may access PowerPoint slides, instructor guides, hands-on exercises with a corresponding equipment list, and video demonstrations of key topics. Most materials are customizable to an individual or a company's training needs.

The AV Installation Handbook costs $99 for members and $150 for non-members. Discounted rates are available for those purchasing 10 or more copies. Companies interested in purchasing the Handbook can contact customerservice@infocomm.org or call 800.659.7469.

For more information, www.infocomm.org.

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