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Helping you find a career as an Audio Visual Technician

Regular duties will include:

  • Discussing projects with clients

  • Setting up equipment on different locations

  • Programming equipment for performances

  • Carrying out rehearsals

  • Regularly checking and maintaining equipment

  • Diagnosing and repairing technical faults

  • Preparing training materials and maintenance reports

  • Ordering new supplies as needed

What skills and interests should an Audio Visual Technician have?
To become an audio-visual technician, you'll need to possess excellent technical skills
- Excellent technical skills
- Knowledge of technology and equipment used
- Good problem-solving skills
- Computer skills
- Ability to work in intense and pressurised environments
- Practical and creative skills
- Ability to work well as a team and on their own
- Good customer relations
- An awareness of health and safety issues
- Ability to Work Under Pressure
- Computer Hardware
- Creativity
- Customer Service
- Handling Pressure
- Health and safety
- Problem Solving
- Teamwork
What hours does an Audio Visual Technician typically do?
Audio-visual technicians will typically work between 35 and 40 hours a week, but this will often include weekends and evenings. You may often be required to work unsociable and long hours.
What environment is an Audio Visual Technician based in?
An audio-visual technician will be required to work wherever their client demands, although may base their equipment in an office, studio or storage centre.
How much does an Audio Visual Technician travel?
You will have to travel on a day-to-day basis to meet clients' demands, and this may be nationally or sometimes internationally.
How much does an Audio Visual Technician get paid?
Newly-qualified audio-visual technicians earn between £13,000 and £15,000, although this can rise to £40,000 with a few years’ experience.
Perks & benefits
With experience, your career prospects will be strong. You may move on to become a senior technician or head of a department of a larger organisation. You may also be able to work freelance or move to other sectors such as theatre, or film and television production.
What qualifications does an Audio Visual Technician need?
Employers will generally look for a combination of practical experience and a qualification (see below for more information on both).

Work experience can be gained from working in a theatre, with music artists, as an amateur camera operator, or as a multimedia designer or editor. A working knowledge of software packages, such as PowerPoint, may be beneficial.

Technical training is often carried out on the job. A full clean driving license will also be necessary.
Useful subjects to study at school & university

  • Audio-visual engineering

  • Media production


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