InfoComm-Recognized AV Technologist Certificate Program Acknowledges Essential Audiovisual Knowledge 


 



FAIRFAX, VA - February 1, 2010 - InfoComm International, the trade association representing the commercial audiovisual industry, is releasing a new certificate program aimed at recognizing those who have demonstrated basic competency in the audiovisual field. The InfoComm-Recognized AV Technologist certificate program allows employers to verify the basic level of entry-level AV personnel, while providing industry newcomers and non-technical personnel a way to showcase what they have learned.

To earn a certificate, AV professionals must score 80 percent or above on a new, online test...

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