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KNX, a leading standard for applications in home and building control, has launched a global training programme for those who want to better understand intelligent building networking.
KNX has been instrumental in shaping the multi-billion dollar global market for smart home and smart building solutions. With the new worldwide training programme #KNXtrain, users and professionals can now jump on the bandwagon of intelligent building networking.
“Since the introduction of KNX almost 30 years ago, training has been an integral part of KNX’s continued success. We are therefore proud to launch #KNXtrain, the world’s largest training programme in the smart building sector”, explained Franz Kammerl, President of the KNX Association.
#KNXtrain offers its “passengers” access to a variety of training options designed for both novice and experienced KNX users. Further to hands-on training sessions held in the 470 KNX training centres, #KNXtrain also includes online training, events and webinars. To keep an eye on the comprehensive offer, “Start@KNX” presents all training options and provides interested parties and participants with appropriate accompanying materials.
On-site KNX Training
Together with the numerous online training courses, KNX’s 470 certified training centres have already trained and certified over 80,000 users and professionals for the specification and installation of KNX systems. From basic courses that introduce beginners to KNX technology and ETS (Engineering Tool Software), to advanced courses to deepen KNX knowledge and instructor courses, participants chose their training centre and engage in direct conversations with experienced KNX experts.
Of course, the #KNXtrain must also feature an “online training wagon”, where newcomers will learn the basics and use the ETS eCampus, free of charge. The web-based learning platform gives participants comprehensive insights into the KNX technology and the planning and commissioning tool ETS. Once the ETS eCampus is successfully completed, participants will receive a complimentary
ETS Lite license voucher. The #KNXtrain carries many other benefits and advantages aboard, so interested parties and training participants should keep an eye on KNX social media channels.
Self-study is also possible with the help of training documents from KNX. All documents are available for download free of charge on the KNX website. Further reading can also be ordered with just a few clicks via the MyKNX account.
A list of all #KNXtrain stations is available at: https://KNXtrain.knx.org
For further information on KNX in Australia, please visit: https://knx.org.au/