Audio communications specialist Revolabs launched its redesigned Academy training programme – a free, interactive online learning portal that the company says provides users with a “better understanding of audio fundamentals, measurement and performance, and proper use and installation of Revolabs products” – at the end of last month. Revolabs was acquired by Yamaha in March of this year.
The online curriculum complements Revolabs’ training and certification tour of 20 cities in the US, taking place from August to October.
Open and free to all current Revolabs customers – including resellers, consultants, distributors and end users – the Revolabs Academy provides an interactive learning experience that guides users through a series of lessons covering the principles of audio, echo cancellation, microphone placement, product integration, configuration settings, repair procedures, maintaining RF stability and avoiding interference.
Users earn four CTS (Certified Technology Specialist) credits upon successful completion of the course, which can be applied to InfoComm RU credits for CTS, CTS-D, or CTS-I certifications.
Picture: Revolabs’ Executive Elite system