2005 CEDIA Regional Education

Start your most profitable year ever with CEDIA Regional Education in 2005

CEDIA University is bringing Regional Education to your area in 2005, and it's the best Regional Education program CEDIA has ever offered. As part of CEDIA University, Regional Education makes it easy for your company to get new hires up to speed, give your veterans specialized skills, earn CEDIA Professional Certification, and gain critical re -certification CEUs.


CEDIA University Regionals are quickly approaching. Look for education opportunities in your area:

February 4 -8, 2005: Ft. Lauderdale, FL
April 15 -19, 2005: San Francisco, CA
May 13 -17, 2005: Stamford, CT
June 3 -7, 2005: Toronto, Ontario

CEDIA University Regional Education is smart, easy, cost -efficient - and profitable. Learn more about CEDIA University education by contacting CEDIA at 800 -669 -5329 or visit the Web site at www.cedia.org/education.

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