Hamilton Litestat has received CEDIA CEU accreditation for its smart control training course. The company runs a smart lighting control and audio system course for installers looking improve their skillset.
Hamilton Litestat has been approved by international home technology trade association, CEDIA, to become a CEDIA Continuing Education Unit (CEU) Provider.
Hamilton’s training course ‘Essentials in Smart Lighting Control and Audio Systems’, which is run at its facilities in Mere, is now a CEDIA-endorsed training programme, contributing four CEUs towards this training requirement – CEDIA-certified professionals are required to obtain at least 30 CEUs within three years.
“As the authority on custom-installed home technology, we’re thrilled to have received approval from CEDIA for our ‘Essentials in Smart Lighting Control and Audio Systems’ training course,” said Gavin Williams, Hamilton Litestat’s Head of Marketing.
“This accreditation recognises the investment Hamilton has made in its training courses and educational efforts, particularly around smart controls, as well as ensuring our product range is suited for simple through to complex smart control requirements. We look forward to working even closer with the custom installer industry following this esteemed recognition, and hope to add further courses to the CEU programme to demonstrate our commitment to training and best practice.”
Hamilton became a member of CEDIA earlier this year. The trade association brings together over 3,700 companies and 30,000 industry professionals around the globe that design, manufacture and install technology for the home.