Electrosonic, a leading international audiovisual and technology services company, has launched the first RIBA-approved Continuous Professional Development Programme
Electrosonic is proud to announce that it is now a qualified RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) continuous professional development provider. The company has released details of its first continuous professional development (CPD) course, designed to provide RIBA Chartered Architects with double CPD points in the Design, Construction and Technology category of RIBA’s core curriculum. The course is called “Audiovisual Design: Effective Use of Media Display Technology.”
Architects and designers who take part in the course will learn best practices for adding media display technology into projects, in order to enhance the design of a space. The course will provide architects, designers, and building and construction professionals with the tools to make the best of any environment with the appropriate display technology. Participants will gain insights into universal design, sustainability, CDM (construction design and management), as well as health and safety requirements.
A commitment to create outstanding environments
“Achieving the RIBA CPD provider status is very important to Electrosonic,” says Donald Stuart, MD of Electrosonic Ltd. “It shows our commitment to working with architects and designers from a project’s outset helping our partner network deliver extraordinary environments that inspire people where they live, work and play,”
“The training aims to help designers and architects understand the best technology to use in different environments. It discusses the technical design best practices and standards to ensure optimal viewing and user comfort,” says Alan Wilkinson, a CPD trainer for Electrosonic.
Electrosonic’s RIBA-approved training can be delivered in-house at an architect/design practice or online.
The company was recently honoured with a 2019 Commercial Integrator Integration Award, in the Best Museum Project category, for its work on the Sheikh Abdullah al Salem Cultural Centre (SAASCC). The 22,000 square metre attraction in Kuwait is the largest museum project in the world.