|Biamp’s TesiraFORTÉ certification training is also available through Biamp Education Experience|
Biamp Systems, a leading provider of innovative, networked media systems, recently announced the continued expansion of its Biamp® Education Experience with a series of live, online, and on-demand product training and certification courses. Offered through the Biamp Education Experience, in-person certification courses are available for Vocia®, Tesira®, and Audia® product lines, as well as webinar courses that include a series of “Audio 101” courses. As a supplement to the in-person and online training, the company has expanded its offering with a new collection of on-demand videos on the Biamp YouTube Training Channel.
“With the Biamp Education Experience, our objective is to deliver essential information to help our customers and partners harness the full potential of Biamp products,” said Kiley Henner, Education and Applications Engineering Manager at Biamp Systems. “It’s clear that we are addressing a need, because our courses tend to fill up very quickly at every location around the world. For that reason, we’re continuing to add needed on-demand content in audio education that complements the support given by our world-class application engineering support team.”
Biamp’s in-person, multi-day certification training sessions are available for the Vocia family of DSP-based network public address and voice evacuation systems, the Tesira Audio Video Bridging (AVB) product line, and the Audia digital audio platform. Designed for distributors and integrators, these hands-on courses will be held at Biamp headquarters in Beaverton, Oregon, Mumbai, Hong Kong, and Dubai. Biamp’s TesiraFORTÉ certification training is also available as a self-paced, online training module through the Biamp Education Experience.
For distance learners, Biamp’s webinar-based courses offer a wide range of topics, from the basic “Audio 101” training courses (with tips, techniques, and skills) to VoIP to product-specific courses for all the AV product lines, all at no cost to designers, programmers, and technicians looking to expand their knowledge. The newest “Audio 101” series includes webinars on filters and equalizers, gain structure, dynamic processing, wiring and interconnects, automixer basics, and VoIP basics.