An Audio Visual Technician operates equipment on film, television, radio or stage productions. You might be involved in recording footage, ensuring suitable sound and vision is achieved or mixing and editing recordings for production. You might monitor things like volume, sound and film quality or lighting to make sure the audio and visual qualities of a production are suitable for an audience.
Audio Visual Technicians need to have excellent attention to detail. You’ll need to be able to operate relevant equipment and be ready to make any necessary adjustments. You’ll be working as part of a larger team so communication and collaborative skills are essential. It’s important you can follow a production process and you might have to work irregular hours.
There are 6 courses available for people who want to become a Audio Visual Technician.