CEDIA & Capitol Sales Bring Education to Dallas May 17 -19

Event offers training opportunities at affordable package rates

INDIANAPOLIS (April 30, 2009) -The Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association (CEDIA) will deliver education for electronic systems professionals at an upcoming event hosted by Capitol Sales Company in Dallas May 17 -19. CEDIA University (CU) On the Road will travel to the Capitol Sales Learning Institute™ - Regional Outreach event to offer core courses from three CEDIA University colleges. The event will also feature product training from top manufacturers via the Capitol Sales Learning Institute™ and a certification opportunity from the Electronic Systems Professional Alliance (ESPA).


CEDIA's CU On the Road program travels across the U.S., Canada and Latin America delivering affordable, accessible regionalized education. CU On the Road has partnered with Capitol Sales Company to offer CEDIA University training at Capitol Sales Learning Institute™ - Regional Outreach events in 2009. The training events provide convenient, cost -effective opportunities for electronic systems professionals to invest in training and obtain the continuing education units required to maintain individual certifications.

Who - Electronic systems professionals

What - CU On the Road in partnership with Capitol Sales Learning Institute™ - Regional Outreach, offering:

Education from CEDIA University's Electronic Systems Business, Electronic Systems Designer and Electronic Systems Technician colleges
Education from Capitol Sales Learning Institute™, including product training from top manufacturers
ESPA Certified -EST® Review and Exam
When - May 17 -19, 2009

Where - Wyndham Dallas Love Field

How - Learn more and register at www.cedia.org/education/on_the_road.php

Highlights

Package pricing saves attendees as much as 50% on training fees
CU On the Road will also deliver CEDIA education at Capitol Sales events in Philadelphia, Chicago and Tampa in 2009
About CEDIA
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 3,500 member companies worldwide. CEDIA Members are established and insured businesses with bona fide qualifications and experience in this specialized field. For more information on CEDIA, visit the association's Web site at www.cedia.org.

About Capitol Sales Company
Capitol Sales Company partners with system integrators and low -voltage installers as an emerging technology distributor. We offer solutions from over 125 leading manufacturers in home theater, telephone systems, integrated home systems and commercial A/V. Installers nationwide depend on our multi -branded system design, expert technical support and application -based education. Visit www.capitolsales.com to research and order over 5,000 products plus access our Knowledge Base featuring manufacturers' diagrams, charts, and links.

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