ATLANTA, GA – (November 16, 2015) – Digital Projection International (DPI) is pleased to have been recently named an official InfoComm International Renewal Unit (RU) Provider. This will allow the more than 9,000 professionals holding InfoComm International’s Certified Technology Specialist credential to earn renewal units towards their certification by completing certain DPI education programs.
To obtain approval, RU programs must feature experienced instructors with clear evidence of qualifications in the session topic. Each class must contain at least one relevant learning objective or industry-related purpose; relate to a specific exam topic area and exam level and conclude with an assessment tool to demonstrate participants have grasped the objectives. These criteria are vigorously reviewed by InfoComm University’s Certification Renewal Unit Committee.
The following programs can be completed for RUs:
|Course Title||CTS RUs||CTS-D RUs||CTS-I RUs|
|7 Essential Factors for Projector Setup||2.0||2.0||2.0|
|Designing blend and warp applications for high-end DLP Projectors including 4K||2.0||2.0||2.0|
|Successful Implementation of DLP Projectors||2.0||2.0||0.0|
“Digital Projection International has shown a commitment to bettering the audiovisual industry through the delivery of quality training that supports accreditation,” said David Labuskes, CTS, RCDD, Executive Director and CEO, InfoComm International. “By fostering professional development, DPI has demonstrated its leadership and strong support of the industry.”
For additional information on programs and availability please contact DPI Training or visit us at www.digitalprojection.com.
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Michael Bridwell, VP of Marketing and Home Entertainment
Digital Projection Inc.
About the Certified Technology Specialist Credential
InfoComm International’s Certified Technology Specialist, Certified Technology Specialist –Design and Certified Technology Specialist – Installation are the only audiovisual certification programs accredited by the International Organization for Standardization's (ISO) United States representative, the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). Accepted by the U.S. Veterans Administration for reimbursement under the Montgomery G.I. Bill, InfoComm certification programs are designed to establish and maintain widespread credibility for the audiovisual industry and the professionals who perform the work. InfoComm's CTS, CTS-D, and CTS-I renew their credential every three years through continuing education. Each renewal candidate is required to attain 30 renewal units (RUs). To learn more about InfoComm International and the Certified Technology Specialist (CTS) accreditations, visit infocomm.org/certification.