Aviom has expanded its Applications & Technical Training Program to include multiple interactive webcast sessions each month.
Since the beginning of this year, the company has been hosting five or more of these sessions per month. The new expanded initiative features two training programs: one set of sessions designed for contractors, consultants, and other audio professionals and a second set designed specifically for end users.
The training seminars cover everything from monitor mixing to getting started with digital snakes to advanced audio network design and have included Lowering the Stage Volume in the House of Worship, Aviom’s Pro64 Series: The Next Generation of Digital Audio Connectivity, Aviom Solutions for Schools & Theaters, and Integrating Aviom and Your Yamaha Digital Console.
Courses for both professionals and end users are listed monthly at www.aviom.com/training.
Aviom’s consultant liaison and training manager Jeff Lange teaches most of the classes. Lange explains, “The courses we started offering to consultants and contractors last year were very well received, and we were overwhelmed by the response we got when we offered the first webcast to end users. The interest in digital audio distribution and networking continues to grow, and providing reliable information is critical so that contractors and consultants can implement the technology effectively and users can take advantage of all the power of these systems.
“Moving more to webcasts this year has allowed us to reach more and more professionals than ever before, and also to begin providing the same support to end users with content generated specifically for their needs.”