Extron Beefs Up Training Schedule
The company is adding to its Extron Institute On-The-Road with more dates and locations.
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Extron Electronics is making it easier for people to learn about the company’s product line. Extron just announced plans to expand the Extron Institute On-The-Road schedule.
The company will add six new locations to the tour’s lineup. Look for Extron in Columbus, Ohio in May, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in June, and St. Louis, Missouri in July. At the end of the summer, Extron will then hit Calgary, Alberta in August, with Montreal, Quebec following in October. The tour will then come back to the U.S. in November, for a stop in Denver, Colorado.
Adding the extra stops means that Extron will offer more than 50 instructor-led training courses in 2012. Promising some of the industry’s best trainers, the Extron Institute provides up-to-date info about new technologies and product developments.
“We are dedicated to creating additional training and offering our customers as many opportunities as possible to see us, and to learn about our products and the new technologies they are faced with day in and day out,” says Andrew Edwards, Extron’s president. “The expansion of the On-The-Road schedule in new cities is just one example of how we’re making it easier for our customers to reach us.”
The above news comes on the heels of Extron’s announcement that the company plans to open five new training and demo facilities.
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