This apprenticeship is for people who want to specialise in a particular area within the entertainment and event technology industry.
People in these roles are experts in their field, and work together to bring performances to life. Working behind the scenes, they are energetic, creative and switched on.
This qualification will be delivered and assessed on-the-job in a workplace within the performing arts industry.
Graduates of this qualification will be able to safely and independently work in the entertainment and event technology industry using their specialist skills and knowledge.
Industry practices, processes and protocols
Professional conduct and etiquette
Stakeholder communication skills
Health and safety
Safely installing, operating and removing strand-specific equipment.
Implementing stage management documentation and production process requirements to ensure the smooth running of a range of complex performances and events.
Safely setting up, operating and removing scenery and stage mechanical devices.
Constructing stage scenery using a range of construction methods, equipment and digital technologies.
On-job training costs workplaces both time and resources. It can mean covering registration fees, learning and assessment resources, allocating time for training, and having an appropriate assessment pathway available.
Total costs for trainees will vary depending on how the qualification is delivered, how it is assessed and how much support the workplace can provide.
To check out our fees list, click here.
Some of our apprenticeships may be eligible for the Government’s fees free policy, or may be eligible for an assessment rebate.
For more detailed information about the cost of doing an on-job qualification, get in touch.
So, you want to play a key role in the entertainment and event technology industry? Think this might be the right qualification for your staff?
To find out more, contact your regional Skills Active Learning Support Advisor.
Remember, to do this qualification on the job, a Skills Active trainee needs to be working as a volunteer or paid employee in the performing arts industry.
If you are interested in this qualification, but you're not currently employed in the industry, contact your local performing arts facility, or a Skills Active Learning Support Advisor to talk about how you can get involved.