Adamson Systems Engineering has introduced an educational program for 2017. The tiered program offers a hybrid of general live sound principles and product-specific training to members of Adamson’s global network and the public.
“While Adamson has long held training programs at a variety of skill levels, we are now globally standardizing our Education Program to ensure our users can deliver the same level of quality worldwide,” commented Jeremiah Karni, Head of Education at Adamson.
The Adamson Education Program begins online with pre-training material consisting of video tutorials and user handbooks designed to put participants on equal footing before diving into in-person training.
The in-person component kicks off with Applied Certification, a two-day course designed to instill the framework needed to properly design, deploy and control an Adamson loudspeaker system, utilizing Blueprint AV simulation software and Lake Controller.
The first public Applied Certification sessions will be held in Escondido CA, Feb. 22 and 23, and Toronto, Canada, on Feb. 27 and 28, followed by a series of public sessions in Europe, Asia and the US. While users take advantage of the first tier, Adamson is developing the standardized Advanced Certification and Adamson Certified Engineer programs, set to premiere at the end of 2017.
Expanding on the knowledge base covered in Applied Certification, the three-day Advanced Certification course will explore more in-depth aspects of design and control for touring engineers and integrators.