ADI expands training

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SSN Staff  - 
Thursday, May 1, 2008

MELVILLE, N.Y.-ADI, a global wholesale distributor of security and low-voltage products, on April 8 announced it has expanded its training initiatives to help dealers remain competitive in the low-voltage industry. Courses include: fire, IP, audio/video and more. ADI's program involves Expo seminars, NICET Fire Alarm Preparation Courses, Security Networking 101 IP Training, Networking 201 Advanced Lab & Certification Prep Courses, Russound's All Wired Up University, CEDIA Home Theater Audio Boot Camps, CEDIA Level I Review and Exam courses, Webinar Wednesdays, National Burglar & Fire Alarm Association classes, vendor training and counter days, new product rollouts, interactive demonstrations, and more. ADI is teaming up with industry associations and vendors to provide dealers with training courses to match all skill levels and business needs. Scott Casas, service manager at Security Designs in Livonia, Mich., said in a statement: “The training classes ADI offers help us to win new jobs, and expand our business.” At 40 Expos across North America, dealers will participate in an array of training seminars including IP courses, CEDIA classes, business and project management, A/V courses, security training, wire and cable classes, fire training, home automation, and more. In 2007, ADI trained nearly 2,000