In a bid to engage and attract old and new visitors alike, QSC has launched a brand new website in the form of QSCtraining.com, which is aimed at offering an interactive look at the company’s products and technologies.
The new website features training courses and product presentations, as well as several instructional videos and podcasts designed to assist customers across the globe with up-to-the-minute information and updates on the full line of QSC products and solutions, including loudspeakers, amplifiers, networking and signal processing. Online tests and assessments based on the course material offer users feedback, while also rating comprehension on the material they have just learned. Of key interest to InfoComm attendees, a range of training modules on QSCtraining.com are soon to be recognised toward the RU requirements for InfoComm Certification.
“At QSC, we believe that our products speak for themselves in terms of quality and performance,” said Patrick Heyn, QSC Multimedia production manager. “The more education and information we are able to offer our customers, the more we can assist them in making informed decisions and maximize their user experience.”
All of the site’s training modules were designed with both form and function in mind, as Heyn explained: “You won’t find any boring PowerPoint’s here!” The downloadable sales presentations are designed with Prezi (a new interactive presentation tool) and are available in a multitude of languages, while the training videos feature a combination of QSC expert presenters, real-world demonstrations and 3D animations.
Furthermore, unlike training websites where user information or registration is required to gain entry to content, QSCtraining.com is open to the public and free of charge. All of the training courses on the site are non-linear and fully searchable, allowing, for example, users to take a course to become certified on the Q-Sys Integrated System Platform, or choose to search individual modules for help on a specific Q-Sys component.
“A professional’s time in a work week is precious. Taking time off to attend a training class in person is not always an option,” added Heyn. “We have designed the site to ensure that all users can have access to all of our latest product information and training at any time that is convenient for them. Most of the modules are divided into 5-minute segments. So even if a user has just a few extra minutes, we can still offer them the opportunity to learn more about QSC products.”
QSCtraining.com will also be hosting live events and podcasts intended to enable users located anywhere in the world to interact with a live QSC representative.
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