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Your training space plays a key role in your organisation. It is a hub of important communication and a centre point for displaying your message and image. A training room scenario brings together content from several sources: the trainer’s PC, guest speakers laptops, a DVD, a tape player, and other media sources. This multimedia setting requires flexible audio and video systems that can be easily managed to create a highly effective and stimulating learning environment.
It is not just the technological tools that can enhance a training session; the physical factors of the room can also affect the success of learning. If the physical space is not designed well such as poor lighting, uncomfortable room temperature, volume of ambient noise, the arrangement of the furniture inadequate with monitors so large that they block the view of the projection screen and interfere with the communication between students and the trainer, it can virtually sabotage any training session that occurs within it.
21st Century AV’s design and implementation services can help you put your best foot forward. The internal training room environment should be carefully planned to provide the optimum distraction-free and comfortable atmosphere. The use of a touch panel control system at the trainer’s desk enables the control of lights and air conditioning at a touch of a button. Trainers can overcome ambient noise with a well-placed microphone.

.Modular desks allow for a large variety of meeting configurations and 21st Century AV can provide bespoke desks that accommodate the storage of the computer monitor below the tabletop. The positioning of the monitor in this way is more ergonomic than having it at eye level. It also allows a clear line of sight to the trainer and leaves a clear area to take notes. One drawback of these desks is that it is difficult for the instructor to see the student monitors to determine at a glance who needs more help, however, by utilising monitor control software trainers can view every students monitor individually from their own screen as well as broadcast their screen to the entire class.

Equipment Considerations:
Projection Options – Rear or Front Projection, Hidden Mirror Systems (Ceiling), Projector Lifts (Ceiling)
Projector Screens – Motorised, Manual or Rail
Large Format Screens – Plasma or LCD
Interactive Technology – Whiteboards, Plasma Screen Overlays, Tablets LCD Screens
Presentation Rail Equipment – Dry Wipe Whiteboard, Flipchart, TV/Video Shelf, Leaflet Dispenser
Dedicated Room PC
Monitors – Participants LCD Screens
Classroom Software – See, Control and Communicate with Individual or All PC’s, Voting Systems
Video/Audio Playback – DVD, Mpeg, VCR, CD, Digital Camera
Sound Systems – Wall or Ceiling Speakers, Audio Amplifier
PA System – Mixer, Wired or Wireless Microphones, Recording Facilities
Sound Reinforcement – Induction Loop Systems
Audio Conferencing – Connecting Microphones for Forum Discussions
Video Conferencing – ISDN or IP, Head to Head or Multipoint Systems
Document Camera – Presenting Objects, Documents, Additional VC camera
Scenic Lighting – Control and Dimming Systems
Touch Panels – Room Automated Control System
Custom Furnishing – Blinds, Acoustic Panels Etc
Custom Furniture – Modular Desks, Consoles, Chairs, Cabinets, Media Lecterns, Mediawalls
Input Interfaces – Single or Multiple Computer/Laptop/Video/Audio Inputs, Custom Pop-Up Table Interfaces