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Roe Visual cuts to the point with online crash course

Roe Visual cuts to the point with online crash course

Roe Visual cuts to the point with online crash course

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Videowall manufacturer Roe Visual has launched a series of short, online and interactive training sessions – so called crash courses – for the Roe Academy. The sessions will be held in both EU and US time zones and provide training on processing technology as well as interactive Q&A sessions. These online sessions will allow students to ask anything you need to know about LED technology, processing technology and types, bug fixing or specific project requirements. The course lecturers – Victor Kortekaas, Tim Hamberg, Mike Smith and Neil Abel – are all seasoned AV technicians with a wealth of experience able to explain and clarify the critical aspects and pitfalls of LED and processing technology.

“We have a wealth of knowledge to share, but our challenge was to capture this and turn it into ready-made seminars,” commented Luc Neyt, deputy director sales and service centre. “Having done several longer training events over the past months we felt a need to change this offering and turn it into short, more captivating sessions.”

“In recent months we have used online conferencing more than we ever thought we would,” added Mike Smith, ROE Visual LED technician. “We notice it’s hard to keep up your concentration, as this is so different to the normal routine in an immersive live training. Keeping it simple, we now offer short interactive sessions, ideal to boost your knowledge on just one topic and with enough room to ask your specific questions.”

These sessions are open to all, but spaces limited to 10 participants. The well-experienced ROE LED technicians will share their in-depth knowledge in this online class, touching on the essentials of LED technology.

More information and registration options can be found “here”.



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