This accreditation allows distributors and audio-visual equipment rental companies obtain units of renewal within the framework of the Certified Technology Specialist program.
Academy audiovisual training Panasonic He has received accreditation from the Avixawhich allows distributors and audio-visual equipment rental companies obtain units of renewal within the framework of the program Certified Technology Specialist (CTS).
The Avixa, known as InfoComm International, has administered the CTS program for more than 30 years and has with more than 11,000 licensees CTS, of which 500 are in the United Kingdom.
"This category of provider units of renewal is a reflection of its commitment to offer high quality accredited training. The CTS program is growing in Europe, and increasingly emphasised is the crowd. It is a verified credential that brings significant benefits to the companies and people of the audiovisual community, and this category of provider renewal units will add even more value to the formation of Panasonic,"says Pamela Taggart, Director European development of the Avixa.
CTS license holders are recognized as technology within the industry specialists, while continuous learning is a requirement that is part of the program. As a result, these owners must attend regularly training courses to maintain their accreditation. From November 2017, Panasonic visual training assistance will allow them to earn credits under the program.
"Panasonic can provide Visual formations of the highest level distributing renewal units for the Avixa, which allows participants a greater added value. To participate in the Visual Academy of Panasonic and earn points for CTS, members of must be registered in the partner program, which offers a range of additional benefits such as access to free online training modules and a complete library with information on products and technical files,"explains Siegmar Küll, training manager for Panasonic to Europe. ""
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