IntegrateU training center named CEDIA approved training partner

(Left to right) Giles Sutton, senior vice president of CEDIA, Dante Walston, CEO of IntegrateU, and Henry Clifford, co-founder of IntegrateU, announced the new partnership.

IntegrateU, a Richmond, Virginia-based education company targeting the custom installation industry, announced that its training center is now an Authorized Education Partner of CEDIA. The IntegrateU training center is home to ProSource Academy and is integrated with CE Pro 100 integrator, Livewire.

“We are delighted to partner with CEDIA,” said Dante Walston, CEO of IntegrateU. “Our courses are designed to enable students to achieve industry certifications, including CEDIA’s new Cable and Infrastructure Technician (CIT) certification. This new relationship will help our students achieve certification soon after graduation. “

CEDIA and IntegrateU are also announcing that all new graduates of the ProSource Level I Academy will now receive credit for taking their CEDIA CIT exam (a $ 50 value). This added incentive will help drive adoption of CEDIA’s new certification and give ProSource Academy graduates yet another reason to cross the finish line with industry certifications.

“We are delighted to partner with IntegrateU and share their mission to develop the skills of the workforce of tomorrow. CEDIA certifications are the only third-party accredited credentials available to home technology professionals. We are delighted that IntegrateU is supporting our efforts to validate and professionalize the industry, which will only increase our credibility in the design and construction business, ”said Giles Sutton, senior vice president of CEDIA.

IntegrateU is a training company for the custom installation industry, aimed at helping CI companies successfully onboard employees as well as helping to implement custom training, sales and RMR programs. Finding and retaining employees is an ongoing problem for the custom installation industry and IntegrateU’s program is designed to ease this burden for integrators.

Milton S. Rodgers