04 Sep

Randy DuVall, Snap-on Industrial Account Manager, visited the Installer Institute last week to talk to the students about the quality of Snap-on tools. He spent over an hour talking about the history of the company, the tool quality and even passed out some tools for the students to look over. The real purpose of his visit was to go over the student discount program for all enrolled Installer Institute students. The discount that is now offered to Installer Institute students will allow them to purchase high quality tools at an affordable price.

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01 Sep

Installer Institute is now offering a new comprehensive installations course for car audio installers. This new program includes the courses in the Basic and Advanced Installations programs and also offers students workshops for job skills development and learning to start and own their own business as a mobile electronics installation professional. Students will also earn MESA and MECP certifications to gain an successful advantage in the car audio industry.

During this 23-Week, 900 Hour Program, Students Will Learn:

  • Mobile electronics & installing as a professional
  • Subwoofer enclosure design & vehicle acoustics
  • Security & remote start in a digital world
  • Leather interior installations
  • Intro to home audio & structured wiring
  • Custom fabrication
  • Fiberglass enclosure design & construction
  • Intro to automotive window tinting
  • Painting & welding
  • Career building & starting your own business

If you have a passion for car audio customizations and mobile electronics and would like to make your hobby a full-time career, this is the program for you. View the complete course outline and learn more about this new program.

18 Aug

Effective October 1, 2011 

Allows students to use the Post-9/11 GI Bill® for -

  • Non-college degree (NCD) programs: Pays actual net cost for in-State tuition and fees at public NCD institutions. At private and foreign institutions, pays the actual net costs for in-state tuition and fees or $20,235, whichever is less. Also pays up to $83 per month for books and supplies.
  • On-the-job and apprenticeship training: Pays a monthly benefit amount prorated based on time in program and up to $83 per month for books and supplies.
  • Flight programs: Per academic year, pays the actual net costs for in-state tuition and fees assessed by the school or $10,000, whichever is less.
  • Correspondence training: Per academic year, pays the actual net costs for in-state tuition and fees assessed by the school or $8,500, whichever is less.
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17 Nov

Regular readers will know I was spirited off to Las Vegas at the beginning of January to attend my eighth or ninth Winter Consumer Electronics Show. Quite a statement to even be there in these tough times for a website as specialized as us.Over the last fifteen years or so I have managed to get along to quite a few though. In the early days there was simply enough cash floating around for some distributors to think it was a Good Thing for me to get there and the guys at ProPlus Sound and Matthew Robins of then Icetronic both helped out. Also, Pioneer took me along to see the birth of OEL, now called OLED and Kenwood have taken me too.In the latter years, Blaupunkt ran a posh trip taking Snapper Spike and two Fast Car competition prize winners and we got so much work out of it (due to professional quality pictures) that we then started asking different outfits to help us both get there after that. In return for features in Fast Car, they would chip in and the lion would lie down with the lamb.

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17 Oct
Stereo of the Year

Installer Institute Black Death Escalade has been nominated for Stereo of the Year from Aspec Magazine. This vehicle is truly one of a kind and defiantly catches the eye's of the show goers that walk by it. The stereo is massive with 8 1500 watt amps for 4 15" woofers, not to mention the doors and of course the skeleton in the back.

17 Oct

The Mobile Electronics Schools Association or MESA is an organization that was put together by privately owned mobile electronics schools. The goal is to build a standard for the education that a student would receive while attending an approved mobile electronics training facility. One of the primary focuses of MESA is to build consumer and retail shop awareness by developing educational standards that all MESA schools must adhere to. MESA is helping to shape the mobile electronics industry by providing well educated graduates the ability to work in a new and exciting career field.

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