CEDIA partners with The Training Dept. again to deliver education at CEDIA's training facilility

The program targets custom residential electronic systems professionals

Indianapolis, Ind. - The Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association (CEDIA) and The Training Dept. Inc. have partnered again this fall to deliver a series of high -quality training courses. The courses presented by The Training Dept. are held at CEDIA's state -of -the -art training facility in Indianapolis.


The program targets custom residential electronic systems professionals and includes:

- Structured Cabling and Distributed Audio System Design and Installation
Offered Oct. 11 -12 and Nov. 8 -9
- Residential Retrofit Installation
Offered Oct. 13 -14 and Nov. 10 -11
- Broadband RF System Design an Installation
Offered Oct. 25 -26 and Nov. 29 -30
- Home Network System Design and Installation
Offered Oct. 27 -28 and Dec. 1 -2

Each two -day course is designed to maximize CEDIA's new training facility by delivering the perfect combination of classroom presentation, demonstrations and hands -on exercises.

'We're pleased to offer these courses at CEDIA's training facility again this fall,' said Grayson Evans, president of The Training Dept. 'This interactive environment provides a great opportunity to present courses in an extended two -day format with hands -on experience, something everyone who has attended the one -day and shorter versions has been requesting.'

Attendees also earn a more in -depth understanding that isn't possible during trade show classes, Evans said, due to the extensive hands -on lab time.

Margaret Sheehan, CEDIA's senior director of professional development, said The Training Dept. has been a natural partner for CEDIA. 'Our members and professional staff will continue to benefit significantly from this relationship,' she said.

With successful completion of a course examination given at each class, each attendee will be presented with a certificate of completion. All courses are $595 for two days and include all materials and equipment, lunch and transportation to and from the headquarters hotel. Discounts are available for multiple course registrations.

CEDIA is an international trade association of companies that specialize in designing and installing electronic systems for the home. The association was founded in September 1989 and has more than 3,000 member companies worldwide. CEDIA members are established and insured businesses with bona fide qualifications and experience in this specialized field. CEDIA members include Residential Electronics Systems Professionals who have emerged as the 'fourth contractor' in the building and remodeling industries alongside electrical, plumbing and HVAC professionals. For more information on CEDIA, visit the association's Web site at www.cedia.org.

The Training Dept. is the leading provider of high quality video and classroom based courses in residential technology. Contact the company at grayson@trainingdept.com or 520 -546 -6548 for complete details on this and other related materials and courses. For more information on The Training Dept. Inc. visit the companies web site at www.trainingdept.com.

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