Low-Voltage Industry Reference Manual Available
A new resource book provides up-to-date material specific to the limited energy, often referred to as low-voltage, industry. This must-have 250-plus page textbook is written in plain English with easy-to-understand, full-color graphics. Authored by industry expert and instructor, Helen M. Heneveld, it is the ideal training manual for students, employees and technicians, according to the author.
This essential guide, Audio, Video, & Streaming Media Technologies, provides a solid foundation on audio and video. Contents embrace A/V concepts, wiring, components, design and installation. Streaming media principles and performance are discussed to ensure quality entertainment experiences in today’s world.
“It was an honor to be asked by the electrical training ALLIANCE, etA, to develop limited energy educational materials and partner with them to share this valuable training resource,” said Heneveld. “With 30 years in the industry ranging from selling, designing, installing and servicing systems, to teaching and consulting, I am delighted to empower others and share key aspects of A/V in a non-intimidating way. I want everyone to learn and understand the technology that impacts our daily lives.”
etA, the training partnership between IBEW and NECA electricians, will use the book to train electricians in their 60-plus electrical training centers across the U.S. In addition, technical information will be incorporated into their blended learning curriculum to further educate electricians on the limited energy industry.
This affordable book sells for $45 and is available for purchase through Heneveld’s online training company, www.bedrocklearning.com. For technicians starting out in the field, or those who could benefit from a refresher, the book lays a solid A/V foundation.