ProjectMgmtProject managers, executives and those in business development need to have a broad understanding of AV and the project management principles that are unique to the industry to succeed and keep ahead of the curve.

AVIXA has a selection of training for your professional development in this area. If you are a busy professional, online modules can fit in with your schedule and you can learn at your own pace.

After taking the general knowledge track, explore these options to continue your training in AV and apply it to your business:

Many who complete these consider the Certified Technology Specialist™ (CTS®) certification. One way to do that is to take the modules in CTS Prep Online (free for AVIXA Premium and Elite members) to prepare for the CTS exam. But, there are many possible ways to study. Learn more about options to prepare for the exam.

For those who have already earned their CTS, many go on to prepare for the CTS-D (design) and CTS-I (installation) specialized credentials. These certifications can make you stand out even more and they show your dedication to being the best in the industry. In addition, wherever you go, your certification goes with you — you earned it.

Not ready for a CTS Exam? Show clients and potential employers that you have achieved a basic level of technical knowledge by earning the AV Technologist Certificate — free for Premium and Elite members.

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February
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Content Production & Streaming Power Hour: Enter the World of Virtual Production

How does AV play a key role in these virtual productions, whether they be for corporations, events, training, advertising and more?

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Mastering AV Service Management – the Aspiring Manager Certificate March 2024, Group 1

Aspiring Manager Certificate is for the technician moving up to manager, or the existing manager looking for formal description of the skills.

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Mastering AV Service Management – the Aspiring Manager Certificate March 2024, Group 2

Aspiring Manager Certificate is for the technician moving up to manager, or the existing manager looking for formal description of the skills.