07.08.19

New audio training course from Invision & The Home Acoustic Alliance partnership

Invision HAA Training

Invision has partnered with The Home Acoustic Alliance (HAA) to bring the industry a new training course focused on high-performance audio.

Described as being rigorous in attention to detail, the HAA has been holding audio and acoustics training for over 18 years, with HAA certifications being admired and recognised throughout the custom install industry. 

The course has been designed for those wanting some of the best knowledge in the industry, covering topics including Dolby Atmos, new acoustical treatment strategies, efficient calibration processes and more. 

To work around an integrator’s busy lifestyle, there are a number of options for taking the course, from one-day ‘Advisor Certification’ to the comprehensive five-day ‘Advanced Integrator Certification’ course. 

The training programme will be held at Invision’s new UK demo facility in Bracknell, Berkshire on 14-18th October 2019. It will give attendees the benefit of detailed sessions plus a chance to experience the new reference home cinema.

The High-Performance Audio Training Course options are:

Day 1 – HAA HT1 Adviser Certification: This session teaches the fundamentals of home theatre design principles along with an overview of important acoustical principles and terms. This module is ideal as an introduction to small-room acoustics and also offers totally new insights on high-performance design for more advanced students. 

Days 2 & 3 – HAA HT2 Integrator Certification: This is an advanced how-to design/calibrate session evenly split between classroom training and a hands-on workshop. Whilst created for integrators, this class is perfect for designers and project managers. 

Days 4 & 5 – Advanced Integrator Certification:
This workshop pulls all the information and techniques from the previous classes together and cements the concepts to ensure a thorough understanding of every topic covered. Each participant is tasked to incrementally design and calibrate a high-performance system adhering to the most rigorous standards.
 

 
 
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