CEDIA is offering members of the Electrical Contractors’ Association (ECA) a discount for a number of CEDIA training courses. With education at the core of CEDIA, the association has created the discount to encourage and support electrical contractors in learning more about the home technology industry to help them expand their business and career pathways
The international trade association and central touchpoint for 3700 member companies representing every facet of the ever-evolving technology market, as part of CEDIA’s commitment to providing individuals with high-quality education and training at every level, ECA members can receive a discount on all individual training courses on CEDIA’s City & Guilds Smart Home Technician Track, excluding certification exams. In total, members can access the twelve training courses, including the CEDIA Boot Camp, ESC Technical School and Networking schools for a discount rate of £2519.10 + VAT.
CEDIA provides various courses and opportunities that are suitable for electrical contractors who are either home technology novices or more experienced AV professionals. For beginners wanting to discover more about the home technology industry, the CEDIA Boot Camp includes a number of foundation courses, such as Essential Technical and Personal Skills for Installers and Rack Building and Wiring Fundamentals. For those already working in the home technology market, CEDIA’s Smart Home Technician Track includes more detailed courses such as Advanced Residential Networking.
“With new technology, unfamiliar terminology and specialist skills, training is an essential step for those electrical contractors who are looking to enter the home technology industry,” comments Matt Nimmons, Managing Director, CEDIA EMEA. “Recognised by City & Guilds, ECA members who complete CEDIA’s Smart Home Technician programme will be instantly acknowledged as skilled professionals in smart home technology across the globe. Not only will this increase an electrical contractor’s proficiency within the home technology industry, but will also make business opportunities in countries such as India, South Africa and UAE, where there is an ever growing interest in smart home technology, more viable and obtainable.”
To find out more about all of the courses, career pathways and training that CEDIA has to offer and how they can benefit electrical contractors, download the new Training and Curriculum Guide at http://www.cediaeducation.com/curriculum-guide. Alternatively, to book a place onto any of CEDIA’s courses, including its City & Guilds accredited Smart Home Technician track, visit http://www.cediaeducation.com.