Draper Offers “Green AV” Training Course at InfoComm 2009

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During the 2009 InfoComm trade show, Draper, Inc. is once again presenting the “green” face of AV. Draper will present a manufacturer’s training course during the 2009 show.

“AV in Green Buildings: What You Need to Know,” will be presented June 17, 12:30 PM - 02:00 PM in room MT32. This class will discuss green buildings, the issues that they represent for A/V conditions and how to overcome these conditions with proper product selections and new product considerations. The session will also cover how to impress your buyer on green A/V products.

The course will be presented by Amy Madden, MBA, LEED-AP, CTS, who serves as a Regional Manager for Draper, Inc. Her background includes specialized expertise in LEED requirements, being one of the first manufacturer’s direct reps to earn the LEED AP in early 2007. Amy has presented LEED training at CEDIA, to Draper dealers and to Draper personnel. She presents AIA Continuing Education Courses to Draper customers and to the architectural community on an ongoing basis.

“AV in Green Buildings: What You Need to Know” is worth 1.5 CTS renewal points.

For more information visit www.infocommshow.org and follow the education link, or go to www.draperinc.com/go/green.

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