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NSCA Announces New Online Entry-Level Class Providing Practical Knowledge Of Audio Systems
Valuable information on topics such as decibels, Ohm’s law, series and parallel circuits as voltage and current dividers, subjective loudness and temporal masking, sound distribution over time, and more
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The new NSCA University Technical Fundamentals of Audio online seminar helps entry-level to experienced audio systems technicians gain years of experience and knowledge in a relatively short amount of time.

The course supplies technical knowledge for a variety of audio markets, including commercial, industrial, education and government facilities. 

Participants will earn 8.0 Learning Units (LUs) within NSCA University’s College of Technical Knowledge and gain valuable information on topics such as decibels, Ohm’s law, series and parallel circuits as voltage and current dividers, subjective loudness and temporal masking, sound distribution over time, and more.

“NSCA understands that technicians and installers don’t always have time to participate in on-site training,” said Norah Hammond, NSCA senior director of professional development. “The Technical Fundamentals of Audio course provides a concise summary of techniques that can take years of self-training and experience to obtain otherwise.

“Plus, the online option allows for convenient training that fits your schedule, and produces skilled employees for years to come.”

The instructor-led course brings together two of the industry’s most knowledgeable instructors on the fundamentals of audio systems. Larry Garter, NSCA’s master instructor, provides techniques 10 great ideas in audio technology, including math, measures, electrics and hearing.

Cost is $299 for NSCA members and $369 for non-members. NSCA members can also apply their education credits for up to 25 percent of the price of the course. Upon registration, participants will have access to the instructor-led course for 45 calendar days. 

For more information, go to www.nsca.org/elearning

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