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   Audiovisual Supervisor

Employees work as audiovisual technicians in the Entertainment sector of the industry.

Qualification Information

CORE UNITS (8 required)
  • Coordinate technical operations
  • Establish and manage resources and technical requirements
  • Implement workplace health, safety and security procedures
  • Manage systems
  • Operate audiovisual equipment
  • Participate in, lead and facilitate work teams
  • Prepare, rig, test and modify audiovisual equipment
  • Repair and maintain audiovisual equipment

  • Work in a socially diverse environment
ELECTIVES ( 5 required - select from the following)
  • Attach flexible cords and plugs to equipment connected to a single phase 650 volt supply
  • Conduct assessment
  • Coordinate bump in
  • Coordinate bump out
  • Install sound equipment
  • Mix sound
  • Monitor staff performance
  • Operate lighting using advanced techniques
  • Operate staging elements
  • Plan assessment
  • Prepare, install and operate pyrotechnic effects
  • Repair and maintain sound equipment
  • Repair and maintain lighting equipment
  • Review assessment
  • Roster staff
  • Train small groups
  • Undertake rigging

Course:  CUE40698 Certificate IV in Entertainment (Audiovisual)

Training Package:  CUA Creative Arts and Culture Training Package Version 2.0

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