Ampetronic Installer Training - Dunedin
Hearing loss is becoming more prevalent in our society, 1 in 6 New Zealanders have measurable hearing loss and this is expected to grow. In addition, the introduction of new legislation requires the installation of hearing augmentation in venues and facilities.
This course is installer-focused, and provides the information to understand and apply the relevant standards, the process to assess an environment for suitability, and provide a basic introduction to understanding audio frequency induction loop basics.
The installation of a specified and designed system is covered, including both perimeter and array loop types. The process for commissioning, testing and certification of induction loops, and troubleshooting the most common problems is also addressed.
The topics covered in the course include:
• Hearing Loop General Awareness
• Standards of Operation
• Site Assessment & Testing Procedures
• Practical Exercise – Site Assessment
• Installing Loops
• Interpreting Design Drawings
• Loop(s) Construction Techniques
• Practical Exercise – Create a Low Loss Phased Array
• Commissioning a Hearing Loop
• Practical Exercise – Commission & Certify a System
• Good Practise & Fault Finding
There will be an online test at the end of the session that you will be required to pass in order to receive Ampetronic Installer Certification.
Class sizes are limited. We recommend that you register now to ensure your place!
Presenter: Maldwyn Greenwood, Jands Technical Manager (NZ)
Maldwyn Greenwood has over 20 years of experience in the Audio Industry. His passion for audio extends to everyone and he wants everyone to have equal opportunity to experience audio everywhere.
9:00am - 5:00pm
(Morning Tea, Light Lunch and Afternoon Tea provided)
"Due to travel and facility costs to run our training, if we do not meet the minimum capacity, we may need to postpone and if that is the case, we will advise and refund in full.”