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QSC tackles advanced system design with Quantum training

QSC tackles advanced system design with Quantum training

QSC tackles advanced system design with Quantum training

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QSC has added a new course to its online training portfolio. Titled Quantum Level 1 Training, it’s an advanced level course that goes beyond the basics of QSC system design to equip systems integrators with best practices and procedures to implement systems more successfully. Similar to other online Q-SYS training, the new course includes several modular, non-linear videos that keep the content short and focused, allowing integrators to learn at their own pace. QSC Quantum Level 1 can be completed in approximately three hours. After the successful completion of online quizzes, students become certified and earn five AVIXA RU credits.

“Our previous system curriculum does a great job teaching integrators ‘how-to’ successfully design and install systems,” commented Patrick Heyn, senior director of marketing, QSC Systems. “QSC Quantum Level 1 takes the next step and reveals the ‘why’, along with specific steps to implement and troubleshoot systems successfully.”

The Quantum Level 1 course addresses industry-standard best practices as applied to Q-SYS, such as gain structure, signal flow and AEC calibration; in-depth applied knowledge, including network theory and topologies, supported network services and the basics of applications such as SIP telephony, external control and video; and troubleshooting methodology, particularly pertaining to network configuration and SIP telephony.

Matt Gray, senior manager of advanced support, who led the curriculum development for this project, said: “This curriculum was created based on our countless experiences in the support trenches, helping customers with active system and real issues. We hope that this new toolbox will become an invaluable field reference resource.”



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