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CQD and CQT Part 1

CQD and CQT Part 1

CQD and CQT Part 1

Mario J. Maltese
Mario J. Maltese
on behalf of The Association for Quality in Audio Visual Technology, Inc.

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Launch date: 11 Nov 2020
Expiry Date: 01 Jan 2022

Last updated: 12 Feb 2021

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Mr Gary Malicik CQT, CQD, CTS-I CTS-D (2 Feb 2021)
A good coverage of AQAV for both the design and technician levels.
Mr Bart Garihan (1 Feb 2021)
Notes seemed short on discussion information, however presentation was good.
Mrs Anna Lavenhar (23 Jan 2021)
Good course, I know this is new to online, it is usually done in a classroom setting. I think some improvements could be made to the videos, such as more pictures or examples of what is being lectured. Sometimes it is distracting to be listening while the slide has bullet points and the bullet points don't follow the lecture. You have to pause the video in order to read the bullet points. I am a very visual learner. More visual tools would be nice - such as the last video had more in there. Some of the test questions did not relate to what was covered in the course. All in all, it was a good class and I don't have any big complaints. These are all just suggestions for how AQAV can improve their "covid" online learning. THANKS!!

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Description

Understanding of the AV9000 Standard and the importance of Quality Assurance working with a Quality Management System.

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Understanding of the AV9000 Standard and the importance of Quality Assurance working with a Quality Management System.
Mario J. Maltese

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Mario J. Maltese
on behalf of The Association for Quality in Audio Visual Technology, Inc.

Commissioned as a Signal Officer in the USAR, Mario fulfilled duties that, besides command,
included Training and Maintenance Management. He developed a patented self-contained intercom system for use across bulletproof glass that is currently in use in subway tollbooths and movie theaters. He was the technical committee chair for ICIA’s job force development initiative in the Skills USA national competition and formerly the Curriculum Subcommittee Chair for the
Professional Education and Training Committee of the ICIA (PETC). He is currently a Senior Faculty member at the InfoComm International Academy. He has been presenting and publishing works concerning AV Quality since 1999 and is the founder and CEO of Audio Visual Resources, Inc. (“AVR”), which has been ISO9000 certified since 2004. AVR’s primary source of revenue is 3rd party Testing and Performance Verification for several major AV Buyers.

He is a Senior Member of the American Society for Quality (ASQ), Member of the Audio Engineering Society and the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. Author, “AV 9000: Defining Quality in Engineered Audio Visual Systems.

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Mr Gary Malicik CQT, CQD, CTS-I CTS-D (2 Feb 2021)
A good coverage of AQAV for both the design and technician levels.
Mr Bart Garihan (1 Feb 2021)
Notes seemed short on discussion information, however presentation was good.
Mrs Anna Lavenhar (23 Jan 2021)
Good course, I know this is new to online, it is usually done in a classroom setting. I think some improvements could be made to the videos, such as more pictures or examples of what is being lectured. Sometimes it is distracting to be listening while the slide has bullet points and the bullet points don't follow the lecture. You have to pause the video in order to read the bullet points. I am a very visual learner. More visual tools would be nice - such as the last video had more in there. Some of the test questions did not relate to what was covered in the course. All in all, it was a good class and I don't have any big complaints. These are all just suggestions for how AQAV can improve their "covid" online learning. THANKS!!

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