PORTLAND, OR--Audinate announced that its popular training course “Introduction to Dante Audio Networking” has now been approved by National Systems Contractors Association (NSCA) for learning units (LUs), which can be applied toward the Certificate of Completion Program and to maintain Electronic Systems Technician (EST) Certification.
Based on the broadening adoption of Audinate’s Dante digital audio networking solution, there has been growing interest from installers, contractors, designers and manufacturers of professional audio equipment to deepen their understanding of Dante. Now attendees have the option to be recognized for developing their expertise in Dante by earning 4.0 LUs towards their certification program offered through NSCA University.
The Introduction to Dante Audio Networking course is a 1-day course for people that are looking to design with and install Dante for the first time, or wish to gain a better understanding about digital audio networking technology. The course offers structured modules and demonstrates how easy it is to use Dante. At the end of the course, attendees will be proficient at taking full advantage of all the benefits that Dante has to offer. The course is available at Audinate’s headquarters in Sydney, Australia, major trade shows and by request at customer sites.
Audinate's Dante is a no hassle, self configuring, true plug-and-play digital audio networking solution. Dante media networking technology suite is a complete solution for transporting low latency uncompressed audio over a standard IP Ethernet network with sample accurate synchronization. Dante simplifies installation because it supports automatic device and channel discovery, with easy to use signal routing. Dante also provides comprehensive network monitoring tools.
“We are very pleased to have our training course endorsed by NSCA,” said Mary Cudmore, director of products, Audinate. “The Introduction to Dante Audio Networking course is an excellent way for someone to quickly build expertise on Dante.”