CEDIA Announces 2005 Electronic Systems Project Management (ESPM) Boot Camp Training

CEDIA, the leader in education in the custom electronic and installation industry, announces new ESPM Boot Camp training trargeted to those responsible for managing custom electronics installations.

The Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association (CEDIA) announced the 2005 Electronic Systems Project Management Boot Camp training dates at its state -of -the -art training facility located in Indianapolis, Ind.


This two -day course is targeted to those responsible for managing custom electronics installations, such as project managers, project engineers, and field supervisors. Along with defining the role of project management within an organization, this course will help participants understand the stages of project management including understanding the scope of work, project planning, project implementation, and project closing.

This course, originally developed for the National Systems Contractors Association (NSCA), was created to specifically address and assist project leaders with challenges faced in the systems integration industry.

Attendees learn how to create a project binder, plan a kick -off meeting, develop a detailed daily logbook, breakdown a project into phases, create a work breakdown structure and more.

2005 ESPM Boot Camp Dates:
January 24 -25
May 2 -3
July 11 -12
November 14 -15

For more information regarding CEDIA ESPM Boot Camp and additional CEDIA training opportunities, please visit http://www.cedia.org.

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