Type: Live Training
Location: Tate Britain, Millbank, Westminster, London
Time: 9 a.m.–5 p.m. BST
Ease your nerves before you take the Certified Technology Specialist™ (CTS®) exam by uncovering the content areas on the exam where you should focus your study.
Who Should Take This Course
- People who are preparing for the CTS exam
- Review exam content areas including creating, operating, and servicing AV solutions as well as conducting management activities
- Explore the CTS exam format
- Learn test-taking strategies and what to expect the day of the exam
Recommended Course Text
The CTS Exam Guide, Second Edition, can be used to supplement the online and virtual classroom courses. This text is included in the classroom course. You can purchase this resource in print or e-book formats from online booksellers.
It is recommended that students complete Essentials of AV Technology before taking this course.
- AVIXA Member: Premium: £450 + VAT | Elite: £400 + VAT
- Non-Member: £530 + VAT
For more information and to register, contact Ben Barnard at email@example.com
AV Design Engineer
Stuart is an Audio-Visual Design Engineer at Google. He is a chartered engineer, and a member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology. He holds a degree in electronic engineering, Cisco CCNA certification and both AVIXA CTS-D and CTS-I certifications. Stuart’s career spans 30 years, and a variety of disciplines within the audiovisual industry. He originally trained as a lighting designer and sound engineer, enjoying several years working in theatre and live events. He worked at the BBC as a technical project manager, followed by 10 years creating audiovisual and interactive experiences for museums and exhibitions around the world. More recently, he has focused on the design of unusual and challenging AV integration projects in the commercial and corporate sectors. Prior to moving to Google, he was Head of Technology at McLaren, with responsibility for a cutting-edge event space for use by partners of the F1 team. Stuart volunteers with AVIXA as an instructor, and he is a member of the task group responsible for updating the ANSI/AVIXA Image System Contrast Ratio standard.