AV Academy - a collection of intensive InfoComm certified courses - is designed to impart in-depth knowledge to audio professionals seeking to improve their system specification abilities for installations in the corporate AV, education AV and high-performance sound environments.
CTS accredited instructor Roland Hemming will lead classes through four InfoComm certified courses between 1 March and 13 April, 2016.. Hemming, who will be using premium products from Powersoft to help facilitate the training sessions, managed two of Europe's largest audio projects: the Millennium Dome and the 2012 Olympic Games in London.
"Powersoft is pleased to be a sponsor of this important coursework, which will serve to further interest and expertise in the AV integration market," commented Francesco Fanicchi, head of brand and communications for Powersoft. "We are proud to have introduced many breakthrough technologies including Pulse Width Modulation (PWM), Power Factor Correction (PFC) and Class-D amplifier technology. These innovations have resulted in efficiencies that were almost unthinkable just a few years ago, and in some cases have resulted in new industry standards.
"We are seeing a significant increase of high-quality audio in AV installations such as architectural design, lighting and video, and networking environments," Fanicchi continued. "As end-users crave truly holistic AV solutions, we see this trend continuing and expect Powersoft to play an increasingly defining role in audio applications."
The courses will be staged at various London locations, with full details available at www.avacademy.co.uk.