InfoComm University Plans 300+ Educational Sessions During InfoComm 2013

infocomm-13-0313InfoComm 2013 will provide educational opportunities to more than 3,500 of the 35,000 professionals expected to attend this year’s week-long event, June 8-14 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla. InfoComm University offers career-advancing training and certifications, and InfoComm partner organizations and manufacturers will provide additional training sessions to round out the educational offerings. More than half of the classes in this year’s Show program are new.

InfoComm University Tracks

InfoComm University offers a comprehensive range of programs to address the diverse skills and interests of attendees. It includes:

  • Pre-Show Education — three-day “total immersion” technical courses
  • Super Tuesday — full day sessions prior to the show floor opening, including the popular Future Trends
  • Daybreak Sessions — designed to tackle training subjects before the show floor opens
  • Seminars and Workshops — one-and-a-half to two-hour seminars focus on AV systems and technology, and special four-hour workshops on everything from networking for AV professionals to incorporating video streaming and managing an AV department
  • AV Tech Tours — tours of top AV installations in Orlando

The following topics will be covered during the Super Tracks at InfoComm 2013:

  • AV Systems Technology
  • Networked AV Systems
  • Business & Management
  • Technology Manager
  • Staging and Live Events
  • Digital Signage
  • First Timers
  • Standards

On Tuesday, June 11, InfoComm University presents Super Tuesday, an all-day exchange of ideas and best practices. Classes with new content include:

  • Women in Technology Symposium
  • Unified Communications and Collaboration
  • Wireless Trends
  • Technology Managers Symposium
  • Digital Image Content in Live Event Production
  • CTS-D & CTS-I Symposium, focusing on the AV Systems Verification Checklist
  • Future Trends
  • Business Leadership Workshop

Partner training opportunities are scheduled to occur before and during the event and include the following education tracks: 3D Comm, DisplaySearch, IMCCA, Projection Summit, Realcomm/IBCon, SynAudCon and Technologies for Worship. In addition, more than 30 leading manufacturers will offer 60 sessions on specific audiovisual products and solutions.

InfoComm 2013, the largest commercial audiovisual show, expects 35,000 attendees including commercial service providers and end-user technology managers from wide-ranging market sectors, including business, government, military, education, worship, healthcare, hospitality, retail and entertainment.

Register for InfoComm today using code MCTRA at http://www.infocommshow.org