Article posted on Jun 17, 2011DMC-D, DMC-T and DMC-E Certification Classes Keep AV Professionals at Forefront of Emerging Technologies Orlando, FL, June 17, 2011 – Crestron marked the 5,000th DigitalMedia™ certified professional during training classes this week at InfoComm 2011. DigitalMedia Certification-Designer (DMC-D), DigitalMedia Certification-Technician (DMC-T) and DigitalMedia Certification-Engineer (DMC-E) training courses are recognized by InfoComm certification renewal units. Introduced in 2009, Crestron DigitalMedia was developed to meet the challenges of the digital era and has since become an industry standard for today’s digital AV networks. DMC certification classes are open to all Crestron dealers, CAIPs and partners. "We are proud to award the 5,000th DM certification during InfoComm," said Randy Surovy, Crestron Technical Institute Training Manager. "The fact that Crestron dealers, CAIPs and partners are investing time and money to be in Orlando for training confirms the value DM certification offers their business." DMC-D is a free one-day course that concludes with an exam that must be passed to earn certification. A DM Certified Designer understands the fundamental differences between analog and digital systems and the unique design considerations needed to ensure reliable operation. DMC-T is a one-day, hands-on course that provides the understanding and training necessary to effectively build copper and fiber infrastructures, and to install and test DigitalMedia systems. DMC-T certification is earned after passing the DMC-T exam and practical given at the conclusion of the day. DMC-E certification is a rigorous three-day program that includes the DMC-D certification and DMC-T Certification as part of the curriculum. This program details every aspect of system installation and commissioning. DM Certified Engineers demonstrate proficiency in system setup, diagnostics, testing and reporting. Crestron conducts DMC-D, DMC-T and DMC-E classes throughout North America. The HD-DTDS specification and corresponding coursework sets a high benchmark for digital AV systems and gives clients the confidence that our industry remains a trusted and valued technology resource.