What is the ISCE?
Established in its earliest form in 1948, the ISCE has a long history of adding value to sound and communication businesses.
The Institute is responsible for creating an industry standard, which we aspire to maintain. They provide training events throughout the year, to assist personal and business development. Additionally, the Institute runs networking events so that members can meet up and learn from each other.
You can find out more about the ISCE on their official website.
At Sound Innovations, we are fully qualified to install audio and visual products and offer a wide range of services. Find out more about the work we do, here.
What does this mean for our class change technology?
Our Managing Director Rob Mulliner is a senior technician, with over 25 years experience in audiovisual installation. Rob earned his ISCE accreditation through extensive experience and provided case studies of his work to the Insititute. We also publish up-to-date case studies on our blog. In addition to our case studies, we also publish references from previous clients. So, as a new/potential client, you can get a full picture of the high-quality work we have already completed.
The systems that we supply are Rob’s own designs and conform to the ISCE’s code of conduct. For example, School Bell and ALAS were innovated in-house to suit the needs of our clients. The School Bell PA System was created to fit the requirements issued to us by a school. Since then, the system has been incredibly popular with schools across the country.
Staff Training and the ISCE
Whenever Sound Innovations takes on new staff, we offer on-the-job training. We make use of Continuing Professional Development (CPD sessions) to keep employees up to standard. Once employees are at a confident level, we enroll them with the ISCE. All employees are issued with the ISCE code of conduct, as a guideline for future works.