Crestron has expanded its Masters training event, with the announcement that it is to offer an all-new Master Technology Architect course.
For the first time in 18 years, Crestron is inviting the top design engineers in the industry to attend Masters and be the first to achieve a Master Technology Architect certification.
Proper system design and planning have become crucial in the deployment of enterprise AV technology solutions and the Crestron Technical Institute’s Master Technology Architect (MTA) programme is designed to address this challenge.
“Mastering system design in today’s competitive landscape requires more than just programming. You need to be a technology architect,” said Rich Sasson, director of global technical services at Crestron. “To meet that need, Crestron is taking the industry’s highest certification to a new level, ensuring the world’s top design engineers are equipped with the tools needed to further expand their organisations capabilities and solutions.”
MTA courses are available to Crestron certified programmers and by special invitation to top Crestron dealers and partners. The MTA certification will be awarded to systems technology designers that complete this programme during Crestron Masters, at Mohegan Sun, in Connecticut in the US, from 10 to 12 April, or in Amsterdam at the Mövenpick Hotel from 15 to 17 May.
This year’s Crestron Masters will train over 1,200 people. This is the first time a group this large, with this level of knowledge will be brought together for a three-day training summit with opportunities to network and share ideas.
Attendance is by invitation only. Crestron certified programmers will receive an invitation email with a unique registration code and registration ends on Tuesday 15 May. Crestron has arranged for rooms at both locations in the US and Europe at a special Crestron rate.
For more information on Crestron Masters 2018, visit: crestron.com/masters.