This full day practical loop installer training course is designed to take you through the principles of assistive listening, from an overview of why these systems are needed and general theory on how they work, to installing, commissioning and troubleshooting hearing loops to ensure a Standards compliant provision is in place.
Starting from the basics, so no matter what your current level of knowledge is, the course will provide you with a good understanding of everything needed to implement a suitable assistive listening solution in your next project.
The course starts at 09:00, finishing at approximately 16:30 and is based at our offices in Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire.
Online course: Free
In-person at Ampetronic HQ including:
- Lunch and refreshments
- A free Ampetronic Field Strength Meter or Loopworks R1 receiver provided for each booking
Please contact us for price per delegate. Discounts for multiple bookings are available, please call +44 (0) 1636 610062 for details.
Select and register for the online Practical loop installer training course using the form below or through your Loopworks account, here.
For those in the UK who would prefer to join us for the in-person installer training please click here to register for your preferred date:
Register your interest: Online Practical Installer Training
Introduction to Assistive Listening
- The Purpose of Assistive Listening
- Legal Requirements
- Applications for Assistive Listening
- Different Technologies
- Audio Inputs
- Understanding Hearing Loops
Hearing Loop Solutions
- Floor Level Perimeter Loop
- Large Perimeter Loop at Height
- Loss Control Single Array
- What is Metal Loss?
- Loss Control MultiLoop
- What does a Phase Shift Do?
- Two Turn Perimeter Loop
- Cancellation Loop
- What is Overspill?
- Low Spill MultiLoops
- Vertical Spill Control
- Ceiling Installation
- Non-Overlap MultiLoops
- Counter Loops
- Portable Loops
- Complex Designs
Performance Standards (IEC TR 60379 & IEC 60118-4)
Amplifier Features & Connections
Commissioning a Hearing Loop
- Install and Commission Perimeter Loop
- Install and Commission Counter Loop
- Install and Commission Low Spill MultiLoop
- Interpreting Designs
- Metal Loss Testing
- Install Tips and Common Faults
- Cable Types, Feed Cables and Signal Cables