SynAudCon recently added hands-on training exercises to their live seminars that provide attendees with a tool kit to use for testing and troubleshooting systems during the program.
Synergetic Audio Concepts (SynAudCon) in Greenville, Ind., which provides practical, in-depth training on the principles of audio and acoustics, announces its plans to add online training courses to its audio education offerings.
“Our goal is to provide training to more people and to encourage more ‘synergy’ among our members,” says Brenda Brown, SynAudCon director. “With the changes in technology and the world economy, we think our new programs will be a valuable option to the industry.”
The online training program will comprise three levels, each offering training modules in a variety of subject areas. Audio professionals will have the option of subscribing to the levels that best suit their needs.
“The hands-on content and materials that are constantly changing will continue to be offered as in-person training,” Brown continues. “Topics that are well suited for online learning will be incorporated into the new program.”
To support this new online model, SynAudCon will roll out an upgraded Web presence that will encourage synergy and sharing among its members. SynAudCon states that it will reorganize existing and new content for easier to access and add new content frequently to establish SynAudCon as a definitive source for audio information.
“We have dedicated all of our resources as well as the resources of a group of experts in Web technology to implement these changes,” Brown concludes. “We plan to roll them out in phases during the first part of 2010.”
For more information visit www.synaudcon.com.