Williams AV announced its Fall 2022 Pro AV training schedule. The schedule includes a variety of in-person and webinar training sessions spanning four countries.
"We are excited to be doing live in-person training sessions," said Per Persson, vice president of international sales at Williams AV. "Virtual events and trainings were a great way to stay current the past two years, but in-person training sessions are much more impactful."
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Williams AV saw steady growth during the pandemic and continues to see strong demand for its products. The virtual and in-person training sessions are designed to strengthen channel partners' knowledge of the Williams AV product line of assistive communication technologies and provide them with the tools they need to succeed when working with their customers. Williams AV training schedule includes presenters from their partner, Ampetronic.
"We are thrilled to have Ampetronic presenting with Williams AV. Ampetronic is recognized as a leading hearing loop technology company and a trusted member of the Pro AV community. We are fortunate to have Ampetronic team members share their expertise at several training sessions," commented Tony Braun, global vice president of sales and marketing at Williams AV.
Additional Pro AV training sessions are under development for 2023, with an updated schedule planned for release later this year.
The October training series:
- Tuesday, Oct. 11, Advanced Hearing Loop Training: A full-day hearing loop training course designed to provide background on assistive listening, how hearing loops work, installing, and commissioning, and troubleshooting hearing loops. Attendees are eligible to earn eight AVIXA CTS RUs. Also available on Thursday, Oct. 13.
- Wednesday, Oct. 26, WaveCAST: Next Generation Audio via Wi-Fi: Learn about the future of assistive communication via Wi-Fi focusing on third-party control options. Attendees receive a free guide, "Real-Time Wi-Fi Audio for Assistive Communication.”
- Monday, Nov. 14, Williams AV Assistive Communication Certification: Hearing, Interpretation, and Video Solutions: Dive into the right assistive listening technology for your project, the pros and cons of interpretation and AI translation, and the applications and designs for video annotation and captioning. Attendees will receive Williams AV Assistive Communication Certificate upon completion. Also available on Thursday, Nov. 17.
- Thursday, Dec. 1, Williams AV New Wireless Audio Technologies for Interpretation, Tour Guide, and Assistive Listening: Dive into FM and audio via Wi-Fi combo transmitter, third-party control integration, and the new functionality of Digi-Wave.