QSC is a manufacturer who offers excellent audio and control products. They are experiencing rapid growth right now and have the best on-line training I've seen thus far. It's actually entertaining throughout the informative video series.
Just completed the How Sound Systems Work training with Synergetic Audio Concepts
. It did an excellent job at covering industry terminology that is sometimes confusing. For example, is it called a Driver, Speaker, Cabinet, Transducer, etc.
Went to Atlanta to attend Crestron Technical Institute's Programming 101. This training focused on SIMPL & VisionTools Pro-E software.
Here's the Certificate of Complete for Microsoft Surface Hub Installation and Configuration. We had a few of these come through the shop. They are HEAVY! four man lift. But a real nice piece of tech once it's hung.
Yes, this is the Occupational Health and Safety Administration training 30 hours. It required a full thirty hours - there was a timer and many quizzes. Now I know all about cranes, trenches, ladders and I-beams. Grab your PPE and get to work.
Completed on October 15, 2015, the online class is about software. "Toolbox" is a Crestron software package, which contains a multitude of applications that enable configuration and diagnostics of any Crestron device. This tutorial explains each tool and describes the features available for communication with control systems, touch panels and other devices.
Completed in October 2015, this course is an online tutorial and primer on Crestron Products. It is a prerequisite requirement for attending Introduction to Crestron, Crestron Residential System Design, or Crestron Commercial System Design and must be completed before you attend the class. It was mostly a product overview.
This was a hugely network oriented training which included how to use Wireshark for SIP tracing. I've done a few traces already.