FCi Companies Introduces New Accredited Course, Booth Camp
Indianapolis, Indiana – FCi Companies, a leading innovator in furniture solutions, is thrilled to announce a new accredited certification series called the Booth Camp. This new course, designed not only for professionals but as well as anyone interested in learning more about the booth seating, has been accredited by the IDCEC (International Design Continuing Education Council) for continuing education units (CEU’s) and delves into the specifications of booths and their application within spatial environments.
Booth Camp is a one-hour online course that provides participants with a comprehensive understanding of the specifications, features, and optimal utilization of booths in various settings. With CEU accreditation, this program offers attendees the opportunity to enhance their knowledge and skills while staying up-to-date with the latest trends and advancements in booth design and implementation.
The course covers a range of topics, including space planning of booths, parts and terminology, materials used in booth design, design considerations, and upholstery info. Participants can expect to gain valuable insights into optimizing booth designs for enhanced functionality, aesthetics, and user experience.
The accreditation of Booth Camp ensures that participants receive the recognition they deserve for their dedication to professional growth and expertise. To register and view upcoming course times, visit IDCEC.org and search the course number 119181, or visit https://www.tablelogix.com/booth-ceu-course/
FCi Companies headquarters are in the Indianapolis area, six unique brands work together under FCi Companies, providing quality products and services. These brands include Facility Concepts, Table Logix, and SurfaceTech. FCi companies utilize vertical integration to operate independently, each specializing in their markets while synergizing their resources. The combined capabilities and facilities create one of the largest, custom furniture manufacturing operations in the United States producing a variety of public space products constructed from woods, metals, plastics, laminates, and upholsteries.