Church Technical Leaders to Host Conference at InfoComm in Orlando

ORLANDO, FLORIDA — The Florida National News learned  Church Technical Leaders, an international group comprised of paid and volunteer church technical artists serving in their local churches, is partnering with InfoComm International®, the trade association representing the commercial audiovisual industry to provide an educational conference at InfoComm, the largest audiovisual show in North America. More than 10,000 of the newest technology products from more than 980 companies and education sessions will be featured at InfoComm 2015 in Orlando, Florida, June 17-19, at the Orange County Convention Center.

“The mission of Church Technical Leaders is to equip leaders and foster community among technical artists serving in their local church. Partnering with InfoComm International will help us further our mission,” said Bill Swaringim, founder of Church Technical Leaders. “We have been warmly welcomed into the InfoComm community and are excited about our future together. We are honored to be associated with such a respected organization and this exciting opportunity to provide continuing education in the professional audiovisual market.”

The Church Technical Leaders Conference at InfoComm will help church technical artists take their skills to the next level and engage in advanced educational sessions. There will be sessions offered in audio, lighting, video, and leadership development.

Sessions that will be offered June 17 and 18 by Church Technical Leaders include:

  • LIVE Production Tips
  • Working with Creatives
  • Visual Worship — What Does That Mean?
  • Mixing Worship 201
  • Lighting Worship 201
  • Pouring into your Tech Staff
  • How to Lead Up, Down and Sideways
  • Videoing Worship

“InfoComm is honored that Church Technical Leaders has chosen to partner with us to make this valuable education available to our worship audience,” said David Labuskes, CTS®, RCDD, Executive Director and CEO, InfoComm International. “When show attendees can enrich their minds in the classroom, and then experience the technology they just learned about on the show floor, they get so much more from the event.”

InfoComm 2015 has more than 500,000 net square feet of show floor exhibits and special events space. More than 37,000 professionals are expected to attend the show, with more than a third of attendees coming from technology managers, specifiers and end-user communities. InfoComm offers technology solutions to a broad spectrum of market sectors, including worship.

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