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CEDIA Calls for ISE 2020 Instructors


Ahead of Integrated Systems Europe 2020, CEDIA is inviting members to become part of the extensive education programme on offer by becoming a CEDIA instructor.

CEDIA will once again provide a comprehensive education programme for attendees at ISE 2020, with sessions covering a variety of topics relevant for the home technology industry. Volunteers are an integral part of the CEDIA education team and taking on the role of instructor at ISE 2020 will give professionals enhanced status within the industry, showcasing them as subject matter experts to both prospective clients and fellow industry peers. It provides a valuable platform on which they can share their knowledge, mentor, and provide advice to attendees at the show.

“CEDIA instructors are an essential part of shaping the next generation of technology integrators” comments Matt Nimmons, Managing Director of CEDIA EMEA. “This opportunity will give members the chance to lead training sessions and pass on their expertise at the biggest industry event in Europe next year. We encourage anyone who has an interest in widening the industry’s knowledge to become a CEDIA instructor, and look forward to welcoming new, enthusiastic members to our team at ISE 2020.”

Integrated Systems Europe is the world’s largest exhibition for AV and systems integration. The 2019 edition was the largest to date in terms of both exhibition space and attendee registrations, attracting thousands of professionals from the AV and systems integration industry, including manufacturers, distributors, integrators, contractors, and consultants. CEDIA enjoyed a four-day professional development programme with over 30 different courses, covering Technical Skills, Emerging Trends, and Business Success, attracting over 500 attendees. The 2020 event will take place at the Amsterdam RAI over four days from 11th-14th February.

The deadline for submissions is 16th August 2019. For any questions, please contact Aneta Levin at alevin@cedia.org.

Apply online here