AVIXA has released its CTS Certified Technology Specialist Exam Guide, Third Edition. The guide provides a comprehensive look at the topics covered in the latest release of the CTS exam.
For more than 30 years, AVIXA has administered the CTS program. There are three CTS credentials: general (CTS), design (CTS-D) and installation (CTS-I). There are currently more than 12,000 CTS holders globally, and over 2,000 of those are CTS-D or CTS-I holders.
“In this third edition of the CTS Exam Guide, we’ve updated and extended the coverage of AV technologies, and at the same time, simplified the explanations of difficult technical concepts,” Andy Ciddor, author of the CTS Exam Guide, Third Edition, said. “In addition to featuring even more of AVIXA’s ever-expanding suite of AV standards, the guide presents a more global approach to terminology and measurements.”
The guide covers all current CTS exam objectives, including how to conduct a site survey, develop an AV project scope, troubleshoot and repair AV solutions, and much more. Each chapter includes best practices, checklists, diagrams, photos and review questions with explanation. To deliver an enhanced educational resource for AV professionals, the new edition features several updates. The guide has been streamlined to better reflect the day-to-day work of a CTS holder. It also incorporates designated sections on AVIXA’s Display Image Size for 2D Content in Audiovisual Systems standard and Audio, Video and Control Architectural Drawing Symbols standard.
To learn more about the guide or to purchase it, visit Amazon. A set of sample questions will be available through the McGraw-Hill website. Login information is provided with the purchase of the book.