InfoComm International has announced that J. Gordon Moore, CTS, of Lectrosonics, has been awarded status as a Senior Academy Faculty Instructor for InfoComm Academy.
The Faculty Program was created to recognize the contributions of its corps of dedicated instructors and to contribute to their professional development. In doing so, InfoComm provides students with the highest quality training from the industry’s leading technical experts.
Faculty members are nominated by the InfoComm Professional Education and Training Committee (PETC), with final selections made by the association’s Board of Directors. There are three levels of the Faculty Program: Adjunct Faculty, Academy Faculty and Senior Academy Faculty. There is also an honorary title of Instructor Emeritus.
Senior Academy Faculty status was bestowed upon Moore for service as Academy Faculty for over five years and contributions to the Academy and AV industry. Moore will be awarded a certificate acknowledging this service, and given special recognition at the upcoming InfoComm show in Orlando.
With more than 50,000 enrollments since 1997, InfoComm’s audiovisual education and certification programs are the AV industry’s leading professional development resource. InfoComm Academy offers an extensive range of AV courses designed and taught by InfoComm’s expert faculty members representing the entire spectrum of technical, sales, management and professional disciplines.
Last year’s Show had more than 8,600 course registrations. On any given day there are over 3,000 students enrolled in InfoComm training and certification. InfoComm also licenses certain curricula to companies and organizations and provides contract training on location by request.
“The InfoComm Academy program is dedicated to teaching the AV body of knowledge for the betterment of the audiovisual industry and its customers,” said Melissa Taggart, InfoComm Senior Vice President for Certification, Education and Standards. “InfoComm looks for the best minds in AV and business to present relevant coursework that provides practical knowledge to the industry that will keep them up-to-date on technology trends. Our knowledgeable faculty members are critical to the success of this program and we are grateful for their participation.”