CEDIA is excited to bring two of its most popular courses to Scotland. From 26th to 27th November, the Linn Home Facility in Glasgow will open its doors to CEDIA Members to attend its Home Cinema Design Workshop and Residential Networking course.
“It is important for us to provide education to all of our members, no matter where in the country they are based,” explains Matt Dodd, Director or CEDIA Education Region 1. “It is for this reason that we have set up this training event in Scotland. These two courses are proving popular as they focus on topics that installers come face to face with in most projects.”
The first of the two courses to take place will be CEDIA’s Home Cinema Design Workshop on 26th November. During this one day course, attendees will be instructed with engineering and technical design principles, recommended practices, and industry standards which can be applied to practical cinema design. They will learn how to overcome issues such as seating distances, appropriate screen size, projector brightness and calibration and room acoustics. They will then be able to apply the skills and knowledge gained in real design scenarios.
CEDIA’s Residential Networking course will commence on 27th November. The main focus of this session is to provide a foundation for understanding IP (Internet Protocol). It is appropriate for both beginners and individuals looking to formalise and increase their IP networking knowledge. With the vast majority of subsystems now having the ability to be converged over an IP network, this is arguably the most vital topic for custom installers to fully understand.