Type: Live Training

Location: London College of Fashion // 20 John Princes Street, London W1G 0BJ

Time: 9 a.m.–5 p.m. BST

Networked AV Systems

This advanced, three-day course explores the impacts of audiovisual systems on networks. Gain an in-depth understanding of network architecture, components, protocols, security, and important considerations to implement AV over the network.

Who Should Take This Course

  • Design consultants
  • AV and IT managers
  • IT professionals who are responsible for designing, implementing or maintaining networked AV systems

Course Features

  • Discover client needs for networked systems, beginning with a robust introduction to IT networks and terminology
  • Intercept, filter, and read network conversations between AV and IT devices through interactive Wireshark network analyzer demonstrations
  • Discuss streaming, digital signage, conferencing, security, service level agreements, remote monitoring and management, and other software applications
  • Cross the AV/IT cultural divide by specifying devices for enterprise networks, while navigating conflicts between network policies and customer demands
  • Learn how to agree upon, document, and stick to shared expectations for networked systems with allied IT trades
  • Experience demos and hands-on opportunities
  • Earn CompTIA Network+ CEUs


Students should have a CTS® and those inexperienced working with networked systems should complete Networking Technology

Course Text

The book Networked AV Systems is included with this course

Certification Renewal Units


CTS: 24 | CTS-D: 24 | CTS-I: 24 | Max: 24


  • AVIXA Member: Premium: £450+VAT | Elite: £400+VAT
  • Non-Member: £530+VAT


For more information and to register, contact Ben Barnard at


Marcus Yarborough | AVIXA

Marcus Yarborough, CTS-I

For Marcus, there’s nothing like peering into emerging technology and then making it a reality. He’s always up for a challenge. His down-to-earth personality has had him described as a "hippie without the hair." Marcus’s 15 years of AV experience include installation, service, programming and design — plus military service in communications.


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