Peerless-AV Launches New Diamond Level of its Certified Installer Training Program

Peerless-AV's now five-level training program covers the basics up to advanced systems and even wireless and outdoor installations.  

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Aurora, Illinois-based Peerless-AV, a maker of audio-visual, digital signage and mounting products that serve the indoor and outdoor digital sign industries, launches the newest level of its Certified Installer Training Program-the Diamond Level.

This level of instruction, entitled, “Video Wall Mounting Systems for Direct-View LED Displays,” is led by long-time industry experts who have the sales application and engineering experience to make every job successful for those who attend, according to the company.

In Peerless-AV’s newest Certified Installer Training Program course, participants will learn about direct-view LED technology and the benefits of these displays, allowing professionals to identify the features of LED video wall mounting systems. In addition, the course will focus on distinguishing between and the

installation of flat, pull-out, universal, and dedicated LED mounts. Finally, the company says, participants will learn how to understand and explain the preparation and installation procedures for configuring these video walls. Step-by-step instructions for completing an application will also be provided.

Peerless-AV’s now five-level Certified Installer Training Program is designed to give system integrators and installers an edge on the competition by providing them with both industry education and Peerless-AV-specific training; the trainings are compliant with continuing education standards and are certified by both AVIXA and CEDIA.

For more information on the company’s training programs, visit, call 800-865-2112 ext. 400, or email [email protected].



Tony Kindelspire

Tony Kindelspire is the digital content editor for RV PRO magazine. He was the former digital content editor of Sign & Digital Graphics & WRAPS magazines.

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