This will allow the more than 9,000 professionals holding InfoComm International's Certified Technology Specialist credential to earn renewal units towards their certification by completing ISF Level II 4K.
Boca Raton, FL- 01/23/2015- Imaging Science Foundation is pleased to announce that the company has been named an official InfoComm International Renewal Unit (RU) Provider. This will allow the more than 9,000 professionals holding InfoComm International's Certified Technology Specialist credential to earn renewal units towards their certification by completing ISF Level II 4K.
To obtain approval, RU programs must feature experienced instructors with clear evidence of qualifications in the session topic. Each class must contain at least one relevant learning objective or industry-related purpose; relate to a specific exam topic area and exam level and conclude with an assessment tool to demonstrate participants have grasped the objectives. These criteria are vigorously reviewed by InfoComm University's Certification Renewal Unit Committee.
The following program can be completed for RUs:
ISF Level II 4K: Emerging Display Tech & Modern Calibration for 12 RUs
"The Imaging Science Foundation has long been a staple in the industry. It is great to see this accreditation, the new course content Joel Silver added is really focused on the technologies we are dealing with, and going to be dealing with in the future. Commercial integrators need to know this stuff, and InfoComm recognizes that." - Carlos Menendez, Engineer, NBC Universal, ISF Level II Graduate
For additional information on programs and availability please contact Jeff Murray (contact above) or visit us at www.imagingscience.com.
About the Certified Technology Specialist Credential
InfoComm International's Certified Technology Specialist, Certified Technology Specialist -Design and Certified Technology Specialist - Installation are the only audiovisual certification programs accredited by the International Organization for Standardization's (ISO) United States representative, the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). Accepted by the U.S. Veterans Administration for reimbursement under the Montgomery G.I. Bill, InfoComm certification programs are designed to establish and maintain widespread credibility for the audiovisual industry and the professionals who perform the work. InfoComm's CTS, CTS-D, and CTS-I renew their credential every three years through continuing education. Each renewal candidate is required to attain 30 renewal units (RUs). To learn more about InfoComm International and the Certified Technology Specialist (CTS) accreditation's, visit infocomm.org/certification.