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PLASA joins JAMES as Associate Member

"The new relationship will now allow JAMES to create and develop course accreditation structures for the live sound, event, entertainment and installation industries with the support of PLASA,” says PLASA CEO Matthew Griffiths.
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JAMES (Joint Audio Media Education Support) has confirmed that PLASA has become the latest Associate Member of its group, further strengthening the JAMES industry accreditation and education support process.

Matthew Griffiths (pictured), CEO, PLASA comments: “We have watched the quality work of JAMES grow over several years. We are now very happy to join with the other trade organisations in JAMES, playing our part in supporting education. Being part of the JAMES course accreditation programme will ensure that our sectors will have representation in course design and delivery.

"The new relationship will now allow JAMES to create and develop course accreditation structures for the live sound, event, entertainment and installation industries with the support of PLASA.”

JAMES executive director David Ward adds: “The years of industry experience represented by the PLASA membership is very well-respected and we look forward to working with them. This new relationship between our other associate organisations and PLASA holds great potential for the future. JAMES provides the ideal vehicle for industry to interface with education and helps fulfill our mission to ensure that the years of industry experience are not lost to future generations.”

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