Vocational Training


AVTI'S 8 Weeks 160 Hour Classroom / Tech Lab

Introduction to the Trade

Weeks 1 – 2

Jobsite Basics

Codes and Standards

Basics of Electricity

Applied Math

Construction Fundamentals

Pathways and Spaces

Fundamentals of Wiring/Cabling

Weeks 3 – 4

Cable Selection

Low-Voltage Cabling

Wire and Cable Terminations

Fiber Optics

Power Quality and Grounding

Test Equipment

Audiovisual Sub- Systems

Weeks 5 – 6

Audio Systems

Video Systems

Security Systems

Home Automation

Rack Assembly

Residential and Commercial Networks

Weeks  7 – 8

Introduction to Networking

The OSI Model

Network Hardware

Network Configuration


Course Review

Week 9

Introduction to the Trade

Fundamentals of Wiring / Cabling

Audio and Video Systems

Audiovisual Sub-Systems

Residential and Commercial Networks


Meet Our Team

Derrick Davis, EST, ESC

Founder / Instructor

A U.S Navy Veteran, Derrick D. Davis is the founder, CEO and Lead Tech Guru of AV Technology Institute LLC. Mr. Davis has more than two decades of broadcast production experience as a Broadcast Engineer and Audio Video Technology Specialist. He has worked as a Freelance Video Engineer for Comcast Local Sports Network, Big Ten Network, ESPN, TBS, ABC, Palace Entertainment and Fox Sports. Mr. Davis is concurrently employed as a Broadcast Engineer for WXYZ CH -7. Mr. Davis also served as the Senior Broadcast Engineer for TV Warren City of Warren Mi. and Technology Specialist for Sport View Technologies Brighton Mi..

John Kaake

Instructor/ IT

AV Technology Institutes Electronic Systems Integration Technicians training program prepares students for the Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association (CEDIA) Certified Cabling & Infrastructure Technician (CIT) exams.

Receive A National Industry Certification


This certification represents a technician whose primary task is to perform basic infrastructure wiring for low-voltage technology systems in a residential or commercial setting. Certified technicians are able to use proper tools and techniques, follow instructions per project documentation, and operate in a safe and professional manner on the job-site. They understand the basic function of wiring and termination components being installed and are aware of common equipment and systems applications which they may assist with mounting and installing during later phases of a project. While these individuals typically work under supervision, this certification indicates to employers that they are job-site ready, can work billable hours performing cabling and installation support, and have foundational knowledge to support additional training on equipment and technology systems.



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Electronic Systems Integration Technician
9 Weeks 144 hours


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