Six CEU-Earning IT/IP Networking CEDIA University Classes to Change Your Business
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EHX 2012 features over 20 CEDIA University courses, including six dedicated to IT/IP Networking. EVERY class is included with your Full Conference Pass, which means you can attend as many courses as you’d like for one flat rate of $99.
IP for Technicians (EST243)
Thursday, March 15
8:00am - 11:00am
Gain a foundation for understanding IP (Internet Protocol). With the vast majority of subsystems now having the ability to be converged over an IP network, this is arguably the most important topic to make sure you have a solid foundation. At the conclusion of this course, you should be able to: discuss the advantages and importance of the growth in IP networking; explain common network protocols; and more.
Service Contracts with Teeth: How to Create and Sell Service Contracts to Build Your Business
Heard the buzz about recurring revenue but aren’t sure what’s involved or perhaps aren’t comfortable incorporating new and unknown elements into your business model?
Ready to get started selling service contracts to your clients but aren’t sure about the steps involved?
You’re not alone. We’re here to help. In fact, we’ll even show you how to do it quickly, easily, and profitably (and give you some time-saving tricks we’ve learned along the way too).
At the conclusion of this course, participants should be able to:
- Create and structure a service contract(s) around their current business.
- Understand how to effectively price service contract options.
- Create sales strategies and sales plans to sell service contracts.
- Gain valuable insight into this new and profitable category.
0.75 CEUsCourse Code
Thursday, March 15, 2012
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Room 220 A/B
Whether you are looking to learn the fundamentals of A/V or are planning new home theater design projects, these courses will provide best practices, strategies, and proven solutions for your business.
Audio Set Up and Calibration
The purpose of this course is to teach participants about the complex science of audio calibration within a home theater setting. This course will also instruct participants in the verification of audio equipment including receivers, pre-amplifiers, amplifiers, and loudspeakers. Students will receive the knowledge required to effectively listen, properly utilize calibration equipment, and efficiently perform an advanced home theater audio calibration. At the conclusion of this course, participants should be able to:
• Explain how a good audio system should be designed
• List sound practices for system connections
• Verify a home theater audio system
• Calibrate a home theater audio system
• Operate audio calibration equipment and interpret dataCEU Value
3.00 CEUsCourse Code
Saturday, March 17, 2012
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Learn the three P’s of retofitting (planning, patience, practice) as well as ways to make retrofit projects significantly easier without running new cable in these information-packed CEDIA University courses.
SecurityFundamentals of Residential Security Systems
This course provides participants with education on the fundamental concepts and components of residential security systems. It describes their purpose, function, and design. The topics covered in this course include zones, wiring configurations, and communication options. Participants will also receive instruction on various types of security devices such as magnetic sensors, glassbreak detectors, passive infrared motion detectors (PIRs), and the types of wire and cabling which are commonly used. At the conclusion of this course, participants should be able to:
• Identify the essential components of a residential security or fire alarm system and describe how they are used
• Understand how common property protection and life safety devices work and explain the application of each type
• Describe the key concepts of wiring for a residential security or fire alarm system including recommended practices for running the appropriate wire/cable
• Discuss methods of configuring zones for optimal client experience
3.00 CEUsCourse Code
Thursday, March 15, 2012
8:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Room 220 G
From gaining a foundation in IP to exploring advanced IP and Ethernet networking protocols and configurations, select the IT/IP Networking classes that can help you stay ahead of the technology curve.