Train to Become an Audio and Video Equipment Technician
Beginning with the basics in electronic principles, this course is designed to guide the student on a well-structured path exploring and learning the skills and techniques needed to compete in today’s highly competitive audio/video industry. From cable management to preventive maintenance on audio/video equipment, you will have the opportunity to learn how to manage audio and video equipment, audio visual installation techniques, and gain the resources you need to be successful in the industry.
Upon successful completion of this program, the graduate will be qualified to apply for entry-level employment in the fields of Systems Integration and Audio/Video Maintenance for one or more of the following audio visual jobs and positions:
The TechWorks program consists of 165 hours of lectures and 219 hours of Labs/Practicals, totaling 384 hours. The typical full-time class is four days a week, four hours per day, 16 hours per week for 27 to 30 weeks; part-time is two days a week, four hours per day, eight hours per week for 50 to 53 weeks. Our campus is located near Baltimore in Maryland.
If you’re interested in becoming an audio video technician (AV technician), contact the Sheffield Institute for the Recording Arts today.