The International Communications Industries Association, Inc.® (ICIA®) InfoComm Academy® is pleased to announce that it is offering its renowned audiovisual design course, Design School Level 1: The Principles of Applied AV Design in Amersfoort, Netherlands, in conjunction with Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2005.

Integrated Systems Europe (ISE), the Pan-European electronic systems integration show, will be held at the Amsterdam RAI Centre on January 26 – 28, 2005. Launched in 2004 by ICIA and its partners CEDIA and NSCA, the ISE show features the latest electronic systems technologies for the professional and residential markets, up-to-date market information and a most comprehensive education program. The exhibition caters to systems integrators, consultants, installers, dealers, distributors as well as the buyers of professional audiovisual, residential systems, and electronic systems.

The InfoComm Academy Design School has provided in-depth instruction to hundreds of audiovisual design professionals. Design School Level 1: The Principles of Applied AV Design, the first of three InfoComm Academy OnSite design courses, is an intensive three-day classroom course exploring the principles of design for proper visual display systems, audio systems and control systems with hands-on opportunities to apply what is learned. The class is scheduled for January 24 – 26, 2005, and is hosted by Extron Electronics at its training facilities in Amersfoort, Netherlands.

For registration and any other inquiries in the UK and Northern Europe, please contact Geoff Turner, ICIA European Manager, at Phone +44 (0)1732 771658, Fax +44 (0)1732 771658, or E-mail gturner@infocomm.org. For those in the rest of Europe please contact Godwin Demicoli, ICIA European Representative at: Phone +49 8102 784 5409, Fax +49 8102 784 5410 or E-mail gdemicoli@infocomm.org.

For more information about the InfoComm Academy Design School, visit: www.infocomm.org/education/classroom/DesignSchool.cfm

About Integrated Systems Europe:

ISE is jointly sponsored by the three leading electronic systems industry association: the Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association® (CEDIA®), the International Communications Industries Association, Inc.® (ICIA/InfoComm International®), and the National Systems Contractors Association® (NSCA®). All are international organizations serving a combined membership of more than 8,000 companies and individuals in over 70 countries.

For further information about the ISE 2005 trade show, please visit the ISEUROPE Web site at www.iseurope.org.

About ICIA/InfoComm:

The International Communications Industries Association, Inc.® (ICIA®) is the premier trade association for the professional audiovisual communications industry. ICIA is the founder of InfoComm, the conference and trade exposition for audiovisual communications professionals who come to learn about the latest technologies and available services as well as new and alternative applications. ICIA also co-founded with CEDIA and NSCA the Integrated Systems Events in Europe, China and Singapore. ICIA serves its worldwide membership as the pre-eminent provider of audiovisual and information communications education, training and certification.

As a key industry event, InfoComm International, to be held next in Las, Vegas, Nevada, U.S. June 8-10, 2005, is the educational and interactive marketplace for manufacturers, distributors, dealers, systems integrators, rental and staging companies, independent representatives, independent design consultants, architects, facilities managers, engineers, presentations designers and end users, including AV and IT professionals, sales and marketing staff, meeting planners and purchasers. InfoComm attracts a broad spectrum of market sectors, including business, government, military, education, religion, health care, entertainment and conventions. More information is available at www.infocomm.org.

About InfoComm Academy Design School:

Design School Level 1: The Principles of Applied AV Design A three-day classroom course exploring the principles of design for proper visual display systems, audio systems and control systems with hands-on opportunities to apply what is learned.

Design School Level 2: Facilities Design A three-day classroom focusing on the environment, ergonomics and infrastructure of the presentation space

Design School Level 3: Systems Design A three-day classroom course focusing on how to analyze, select and plan seamless equipment interoperation to deliver a desired outcome

Design School courses are valuable for anyone who works in or has the responsibility for the design of audiovisual facilities, including: Systems Sales Professionals, Designers, Engineers, Senior Designers, Senior Engineers, Project Managers, and Technology Managers. In addition to the above onsite courses, ICIA also offers an online Design course for the beginners level.

More detail is available at www.infocomm.org/education.