CRESTRON OPENS NEW NORTH AMERICAN TRAINING FACILITY

Crestron Training Institute Opens in Canada

ROCKLEIGH, NJ, January 11, 2005 - In response to increasing demand and its strong commitment to providing the best education programs in the industry, Crestron opened its first training facility in Canada. Demand for courses at the Crestron Training Institute (CTI) has never been greater as more integrators want to become Crestron dealers, and existing Crestron programmers appreciate the benefit of the quality education programs Crestron offers. In order to deliver more classes and convenience to our loyal and rapidly growing dealer network in Canada, Crestron has opened a new CTI office in Toronto.


CTI's Essentials in Programming and Intermediate Crestron Programming will be held on -site in this new facility conveniently located near Lester B Pearson International Airport. "This is an important move for Crestron Canada," says Regional Director, Philip Cowling. "Our new location will give Crestron dealers more support than ever, plus the advantage of a Canadian CTI Training Institute." Further expanding its curriculum and developing new methods to deliver quality education, Crestron also plans to launch a new web -based training initiative later this year.

IMPORTANT NEW ADDRESS AND PHONE NUMBER INFORMATION:

Crestron Canada Inc.
2600 Skymark Avenue
Building 4, Suite 102
Mississauga, Ontario
L4W 5B2

Tel: 877.732.7378 / 905.212.7714
Fax: 905.212.7754

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