The Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association (CEDIA) is the international trade organisation for the home electronic systems industry. CEDIA members specialise in the planning, design, supply and installation of automated electronic systems for the modern, intelligent home. They can install anything from multi-room audio and home cinema systems to complete home networks and sub-systems which intelligently control lighting, security and HVAC. Brilliant is a CEDIA Member.
CEDIA - The Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association is an organisation of experienced companies involved in the design and installation of electronic systems for the home. Custom design and installation, the process by which your home electronics are integrated into one coherent system, is the cutting edge of a rapidly growing field and is only recently becoming more widely known outside the consumer-electronics industry. Amongst consumers there is a growing awareness of CEDIA, a not-for-profit trade association, which was founded in the USA in 1989. To administer its continuously expanding international membership, CEDIA now has administration offices in the UK & Australia.
CPD for RIBA
Brilliant are delighted that Iain Shaw is now an accredited trainer able to deliver the RIBA approved course
"Designing Integrated Future-Ready Homes" - CEDIA's CPD course for fellow professionals
The course is an introduction to the world of smart home technology and can be delivered in an hour long session. For further details contact Iain Shaw on 01845 525664
The CPD format is a universally recognised and independently invigilated mechanism for developing the skills of professionals in an extremely wide range of disciplines. Many professional bodies offer CPD courses (in many cases they are a condition of membership), which are designed to give their members the tools they need to further their professional lives.
Entitled "Designing Integrated Future-Ready Homes", CEDIA's CPD course aims are to ensure that homes are usefully connected internally and externally to electronic and data services for the foreseeable future; to provide an understanding of the basic techniques and the terminology of Custom Installation; to reveal what's possible in home electronic design; and to ensure that architects, designers, specifiers and developers know who to ask when they need help in a particular area.