KENNESAW, Ga. — Automated Logic Corp. celebrated the grand opening of its new Building Automation Systems University (BASU) training facility. The new facility was built to accommodate the increasing demand for customer training on the company’s WebCTRL® BAS. Building owners, operators, and field technicians from across the globe can now enjoy larger, state-of- the-art classrooms and interactive training stations with WebCTRL system components.
“In response to our customers’ needs, we are proud to announce that we have opened a new training facility near our main campus here in Kennesaw, Georgia,” said Mead Rusert, president, Automated Logic. “Whether you are an Automated Logic dealer that installs our systems, or you are an owner or operator of the WebCTRL system, our comprehensive training programs provide the skills to engineer, install, commission, troubleshoot, and operate our building automation system effectively. It’s an added bonus that our end-user customers can train right alongside our dealers.”
The new customer-focused facility is equipped with the WebCTRL BAS, where students receive hands-on experience with the software, controls, and peripherals that make up the system. The comprehensive training program — complete with certification tracks — includes over 30 instructor-led classroom courses as well as numerous online courses. Nearly 3,000 Automated Logic customers are trained on the WebCTRL system each year through in-person or virtual classrooms, self-paced video training, and on-site trainings at their facilities.
The new facility features a multipurpose room for smaller classes, a recording studio for creating online content, office space for the BASU faculty and staff, and BASU’s virtual wall. The virtual wall, which includes live controllers and peripherals, allows students to interact with a real WebCTRL system via the internet while taking online courses.
Automated Logic is an International Association for Continuing Education and Training-accredited provider (IACET) and can issue IACET continuing education credits.
For more information, visit www.automatedlogic.com.