Melville, N.Y. - ADI is teaming up with the Electronic
Security Association (ESA, formerly NBFAA) to launch new training classes to
help dealers grow their businesses and uncover new revenue opportunities.
These educational courses kicked off last month, and will be
offered exclusively at ADI locations across the country to train dealers on the
latest technology and help them expand into new markets, ADI said.
The classes include the Troubleshooting, Service &
Maintenance Fundamentals Course (TSM) and Video System Technologies Course.
Delivered by ESA's National
Training School, the
two-day workshops are designed to help dealers learn ways to uncover new
revenue opportunities on each installation, and find new profit centers for
The Troubleshooting, Service & Maintenance Fundamentals Course
focuses on effective service and repair of systems and will provide dealers
with detailed training on testing, inspection and preventative maintenance.
Attendees will learn to troubleshoot and maintain intrusion, fire, video
surveillance and access control systems.
Beginning in early 2010, the Video System Technologies Course is
designed to help dealers increase their sales in CCTV and video technology. The
course will outline the proper selection and design of video systems, and
address the various application considerations when installing, servicing and
repairing these solutions. Attendees will learn about traditional methods and
equipment, as well as progressive and emerging technologies including digital
cameras, NVRs, fiber-optic cable and power over Ethernet.
Melville, N.Y. - ADI is teaming up with the Electronic Security Association (ESA, formerly NBFAA) to launch new training classes to help dealers grow their businesses and uncover new revenue opportunities.