SDVoE Alliance Adds Japanese-Language Translation for SDVoE Design Partner Certification

By adding Japanese translation, SDVoE Alliance hopes to improve accessibility of education and certification for the AV industry’s international professionals.

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Canada-based SDVoE Alliance announced a Japanese-language translation for SDVoE Design Partner certification. This addition of Japanese-language translation aims to provide more accessibility for Japanese end users interested in certification through the SDVoE Academy.

SDVoE Alliance is the nonprofit consortium of technology providers collaborating to standardize Ethernet adoption to transport AV signals. Meanwhile, SDVoE Academy is a free, self-paced online course offering two professional certification programs. This includes the SDVoE Design Partners and SDVoE Developers.

The latest translation for SDVoE Academy will provide Japanese-language professionals with a resource to learn the necessary skills and take advantage of the latest AV-signal-management technology. Participants can thus access free lessons and case studies. The lessons pertain to designing, integrating, installing, selling or managing professional AV systems. With this, users can expand their knowledge in professional AV.

Since its inception in 2018, SDVoE Academy has attracted more than 6,000 students. It has also offered more than 120 different courses in video technology, network basics and system design. Moreover, participants can obtain AVIXA Certified Technology Specialist (CTS) Renewal Unit (RU) through the SDVoE Academy.

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“The SDVoE Alliance established the SDVoE Academy to provide global AV professionals with resources to accelerate their careers,” says Justin Kennington, president of the SDVoE Alliance. “The SDVoE Alliance supports many Japan-based members and supports a growing number of member events and industry trade shows in the Japanese region. It’s important for us, as a global alliance, to provide our members with the necessary resources to support their growing needs.”

Kennington then adds, “Now that our website and these critical elements of the SDVoE Academy are available in Japanese, we are better able to serve this important market for pro AV.”

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