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KNX Italy Announces Training and Courses for 2014

Training, which always plays a crucial role within the KNX world, has promoted the development and dissemination of the KNX standard – the only worldwide standard for home and building automation.

To ensure a more effective response to the new challenges of technology, KNX Italy – certified training center – offers workshops and seminars all over the country, promoting several courses of varying levels to deepen the use of KNX technology.

The courses are divided into:

• Introductory Course to the KNX technology, which explains the basic principles of the KNX technology. Course duration 2 days and at the end attendees will receive a certificate of participation (Cost €172.84 including VAT).

• Basic Certificate Course, which explains in detail the basic principles of the KNX technology with several practical examples of application. Course Duration is 5 days, and after passing a final test attendees are awarded KNX Partner status (Cost €1,826.95 including VAT). Multiple registrations from the same company receive a discount of 10% of the total share, in the second participant.

The course schedule for 2014 is:

Introductory Course:
January: 22:23
March: 24:13
May: 14:15
July: 16:17
October: 22:23
December: 10:11

Certificate Course Base:
February: 17-21
April: from 7 to 11
June: 9-13
September: 22-26
November: 10-14

The courses are held at the headquarters of KNX Milan, or subject to achieving a minimum number of participants, can be performed directly at the headquarters of customers with significant savings in cost and time of transfer.

The training modules are aimed primarily at professionals such as engineers and architects who want to stand out and get prepared for the challenges of the future electrical sector.

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