The Dante Certification Program lets your employers and customers know that you have the knowledge and skills to implement Dante networks. It also ensures a consistent vocabulary, set of methods and knowledge are in common as individuals work together on design, operation and maintenance.
In the listings below, classes have been organized in a succession through the Dante Certification and the Dante Domain Manager training. Attendees are welcome to pick up at their skill level and attend from different paths as scheduling allows. It is also reasonable to attend the same class multiple times – that is especially common for Dante Level 3, given the depth of the subject matter.
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Level 1 is an introductory course for users who are new to networking. This session provides a foundation in audio and networking concepts and may be all that is required to assemble and operate a small, stand-alone Dante audio system. To complete Level 1 Certification, an online test must be passed after completing this course.
- What is Dante?
- Digital audio basics: a review of fundamentals as they related to networked audio.
- IP Networking basics: a high level look at basic networking.
- Using Dante: using the Dante Controller to connect and manage devices on a Dante network.
- Dante Controller Basics
- Dante Virtual Soundcard
Dante Certification Level 2
This course is part of the full Dante Certification Program, a multi-level training program offered by Audinate. It is designed for intermediate Dante users, and should only be taken once Level 1 has been completed. To complete Level 2 Certification, you must pass an online skills test and a knowledge test.
- Dante Controller - Configuration and Diagnostics Tools
- Dante redundancy
- Unicast & Multicast
- Dante Flows
- Dante Via
Dante Certification Level 3 covers:
- advanced networking concepts
- mixed use networks
- networking best practices
- troubleshooting techniques