Dec 1, 2002 12:00 PM
NSCA Releases 2003 Essentials of Systems Integration
The NSCA has released the 2003 version of its Essentials of Systems Integration CD-ROM. A comprehensive manual of practice offering standard forms, templates, and instructional articles, Essentials has become the NSCA's leading product since its debut last year.
More than 75 documents have been added, bringing the total resource count to 200. Several enhanced business tools have been added in job descriptions, performance appraisals, and standard industry forms and agreements. The 2003 version includes all of the information published on the 2002 CD, with updates to categories such as State Licensing and Apprenticeships.
The Essentials of Systems Integration CD is available exclusively for the corporate members of NSCA. For more information on membership or to receive a copy of the 2003 CD, contact the NSCA at (800) 446-6722. Corporate members will automatically receive the CD.
CEDIA Educates at CES
CEDIA will deliver its expo education classes at the 2003 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), January 9 through 12, 2003 in Las Vegas.
CEDIA will partner with Consumer Electronics Association to offer CEDIA's education courses and certification exams. Visit www.cesweb.org for information and to register.
CEDIA members attending CES are eligible for a CEDIA member's discount. To receive this discount, visit the CES Web site and register for CES. When asked for a Priority Code, enter CEIM.
CEDIA Membership Dues Are Due
Beginning in 2003, there will no longer be chapters or ways to differentiate CEDIA memberships around the world. However, countries have been divided into zones in order for CEDIA staff to service members' needs more efficiently.
For the calendar year of 2003, membership dues will be collected by each zone. Dues were mailed to all members on November 15, 2002 for the 2003 membership year. There are three zones: zone 1 (Europe, Russia, Africa, Middle East, and Southwest Asia); zone 2 (the Americas); and zone 4 (Australasia). For a map of the new zones, visit: www.cedia.net/whatis_cedia/zone_map.php. All areas that fall outside of those zones will be billed dues from CEDIA. All dues payments are to be received by your zone no later than January 1, 2003.
Subscribe to S&VC EXTRA!
Breaking industry news in your e-mail inbox every other week! Subscribe at www.svconline.com.