InfoComm International Audiovisual (AV) Faculty Program Criteria and Benefits

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Faculty Program Criteria and Benefits

For Program Year 2007

The InfoComm International Adjunct Faculty Program has been created to recognize the contributions of its corps of dedicated instructors and to contribute to their professional development.  In doing so, InfoComm International will provide its students with the highest quality training from the industry's technical experts. Faculty that constitute this group are nominated by the InfoComm International Professional Education and Training Committee (PETC) and with final selection by the association's Board of Governors (BOG).  There are three levels of the Adjunct Program: Adjunct Faculty, Academy Faculty and Senior Academy Faculty. In addition, there is an honorary role known as Instructor Emeritus.  The selection of program recipients will be held yearly. Details of each program as well as benefits and requirements follow.

Adjunct Faculty

Those serving in this role:

  • will participate in an InfoComm Academy training of trainers once every three years
  • will keep a current bio on file at InfoComm International
  • will support the mission and program of the InfoComm International
  • will have no limit on their terms, but must be reconfirmed by PETC and the BOG every year
  • will present at least four hours of instruction every three years
  • will be listed along with their company names on the InfoComm International portal
  • may become eligible for selection to the InfoComm Academy Faculty ranks

InfoComm International Academy Faculty

Those serving in this role will meet all the requirements for the Adjunct Faculty and receive the attendant benefits plus:

  • will have chaired, designed or facilitated an Institute course, Academy School or Super Tuesday session
  • will instruct one session a year of an InfoComm International course, either an Institute course, Academy School or Super Tuesday session
  • will hold a valid CTS designation
  • will receive a certificate indicating status
  • may attend any InfoComm Academy training event tuition-free
  • may have their name posted in the Academy
  • may have their name and company name put in a variety of InfoComm International publications
  • will have their name, company name, picture and bio posted on the InfoComm International portal

Senior InfoComm International Academy Faculty

Those serving in this role will have met all the requirements for Academy Faculty and receive the attendant benefits plus:

  • will have served at least five years at the level of Academy Faculty
  • will receive special recognition presented at InfoComm Exhibitions
  • upon selection will receive a plaque recognizing their service
  • will receive acknowledgement of status in InfoComm Exhibition Show Daily

Instructor Emeritus

This honorary role will be:

  • bestowed upon an individual who has made a major impact on the InfoComm International education and training program
  • bestowed upon an individual who no longer teaches but who will still provide consultation services and guidance to PETC and the InfoComm International staff
  • nominated by PETC and elected by the BOG once a year, but in some years no selections may be made

InfoComm Educator of the Year

The criteria for Educator of the Year are:

  • has taught or developed an InfoComm International program
  • has taught an InfoComm International seminar program during InfoComm Exhibitions
  • must hold a valid CTS designation
  • has published industry training/education books, manuals or pamphlets
  • is an InfoComm International member

Past recipients are:
Fred Dixon, CTS
Duffy Wilbert, CTS
Andr� LeJeune, CTS
Spencer Bullins, CTS
Steve Thorburn, PE, CTS-I, CTS-D
Scott Sharer, CTS, BA, MFA
Mike Weems, CTS, MCP
Gordon Moore, CTS
Joel Rollins, CTS-R
Bill Sharer, CTS
Gary Kayye, CTS
Mario Maltese, CTS-I, CTS-D
Roy A. Hermanson, Jr., CTS-I, CTS-D
John Campanella, CTS-D