Automated Logic Expands Global WebCTRL® Training Program

KENNESAW, Ga., July 23, 2018 - New international locations have now been added to the WebCTRL® training program by Automated Logic Corporation, a leading provider of innovative building automation systems. Building Automation Systems University, the training arm for Automated Logic, offers hands-on, task-based learning opportunities for building owners, operators and field office technicians globally. Headquartered in Kennesaw, Georgia, Automated Logic is an International Association for Continuing Education and Training-accredited provider, and is a part of UTC Climate, Controls & Security, a unit of United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: UTX).

“In response to increased customer demand for training around the world, and to support our anticipated business growth, we are proud to announce that we have expanded our training program even further,” said Mead Rusert, president, Automated Logic. “This significant investment means more convenient training locations globally, with formalized classroom programs and Automated Logic trainers located regionally to make our WebCTRL system training more accessible to customers.”

In addition to many U.S.-based training locations like New York, Illinois and California, Automated Logic now offers WebCTRL training classes in the Middle East, Africa, Europe, Canada, Latin America, and India. Additional trainers and locations will continue to be added to meet customer demand. The expansion of the Automated Logic training program provides customers and end users with an opportunity to choose locations closer to home for WebCTRL system training.

Automated Logic’s comprehensive WebCTRL training program includes approximately 20 instructor-led courses, more than 20 online video tutorials and several new virtual training courses. Nearly 3,000 Automated Logic customers from around the world are trained on the WebCTRL system each year.

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