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Christie Brazil Partners with InfoComm to Deliver Education to Brazilian AV Professionals
Posted on Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Sao Paulo, Brazil. – (September 21, 2016) – Christie® Brazil and the Brazilian office of InfoComm International® today announced a partnership through which Christie would host InfoComm training to industry professionals in Brazil.

As an InfoComm International Renewal Unit (RU) Provider, Christie demonstrates its commitment to providing quality education and training to audiovisual professionals, including Certified Technology Specialist™ (CTS®) holders and holders of the specialized designations CTS®-D (Design) and CTS®-I (Installation).

Left to right: Clayton Brito (Christie’s Country Manager in Brazil), André Nuvens Ingnez (Channel Sales Manager Christie Brazil), Vinicius Alves (Service Coordinator Christie Brazil), Nelson Baumgratz (InfoComm Country Manager in Brazil) and Daniel Monteiro (Sales Manager for Business Products Christie Brazil)

The InfoComm education sessions will allow participants in Brazil to learn AV skills and concepts in Portuguese and acquire the comprehensive knowledge necessary to succeed in the AV marketplace. The courses have been developed by InfoComm University™ and will be delivered by InfoComm instructors. Christie will host the InfoComm training at its training center in São Paulo.

“We are committed to the InfoComm curriculum, so we are extremely happy to partner with their office in Brazil to offer InfoComm classes here,” said Vinicius Alves, Service Coordinator, Christie Brazil. “Christie is dedicated to providing education and training on key industry concepts and technologies that allow audiovisual specialists to update their skills. These training classes in Brazil will give professionals valuable opportunities for continuing education and professional development in their own environment.”

“InfoComm is delighted to be working again with Christie in helping professionals access industry training and certification,” said Nelson Baumgratz, CTS-D, InfoComm Country Manager in Brazil. “It is important for industry professionals to become proficient and stay competitive, so we appreciate Christie’s efforts as a leading company in training our industry and being a strong supporter of the CTS and InfoComm.”