DSE Hosts Sought After Digital Signage Certification and Digital Content and Media Expert Courses

Digital signage represents the fastest growing segment of the commercial AV, IT, traditional signage, content creation, and marketing industries.

Join digital signage professionals from around the world during Digital Signage Experience (DSE) for Johathan Brawn’s coveted full-day courses in Digital Signage Certification (DSCE) and expert-level Digital Content and Media (DCME), held December 2 and 3, respectively, at the Las Vegas Convention Center during DSE.

On Saturday, December 2, Brawn will teach DCME, after which the certification exam will be offered online. The course will bring participants an understanding of the seven key elements of digital signage, how they individually impact the industry, and how they interact with one another. This course takes a business-oriented approach to mastering the formulas for successful planning a digital signage network including design, hardware and software selection, deployment, content creation and ROI/ROO for digital signage rollouts. Review materials will also be available. After successfully passing the exam, attendees will receive a digital certificate of completion.

On Sunday, December 3, Brawn offers the Digital Content and Media Expert (DCME) course to explore the history of communication and content, and investigate what content can and cannot do. This session discusses the physical properties of content and introduces rules for good content design. It then reviews examples of the costs of content production and various options for outsourcing, and covers the business side of content, and how analytics play into it as it relates to return on investment. The exam will also be available after this course.

With the far-reaching implications of digital signage becoming a mainstream communication medium and opening expansive new markets and opportunities for network providers, systems integrators, and end-users alike, Brawn’s courses help streamline the complexities of interconnected technologies and best practices.

Course fees per day: $495 (late registration: $595)