Philadelphia Advanced Hearing Loop Training
March 12 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm EDT
This full-day practical hearing loop training course is designed to take you through the principles of assistive listening, from an overview of why these systems are needed and general theory on how they work to installing, commissioning, and troubleshooting hearing loops to ensure a standards-compliant provision is in place.
We will start with the basics, so regardless of your current level of knowledge, this course will provide you with an understanding of everything needed to implement a suitable assistive listening solution in your next project.
This training is eligible for 8 AVIXA CTS RUs with a passing score.
Date: March 12th | 9:00 am – 3:00 pm EST
Location: Residence Inn Philadelphia | Exton, Pennsylvania
CONTENT COVERED AT THE TRAINING
Introduction to Assistive Listening
Hearing Loop Solutions
Commissioning a Hearing Loop
|– The Purpose of Assistive Listening
|– Floor Level Perimeter Loop
|– Install and Commission Perimeter Loop
|– ADA Legal Requirements
|– Large Perimeter Loop at Height
|– Install and Commission Counter Loop
|– Applications for Assistive Listening
|– Loss Control Single Array
|– Install and Commission Low Spill Dual Loop
|– Assistive Listening Technology Comparison
|– What is Metal Loss?
|– Interpreting Designs
|– Audio Inputs
|– Loss Control Dual Loop
|– Metal Loss Testing
|– Understanding Hearing Loops
|– What does a Phase Shift Do?
|– Install Tips and Common Faults
|– Two Turn Perimeter Loop
|– Cable Types, Feed Cables, and Signal Cables
|– Cancellation Loop
|– What is Overspill?
|Amplifier Types, Common Features & Connections
|– Low Spill Dual Loops
|– Vertical Spill Control
|– Ceiling Installation
|– Non-Overlap Dual Loops
|– Counter & Portable Loops
|– Complex Designs