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Have you ever thought about passing on your AV industry expertise onto the next generation of AV professionals?
We're working on behalf of Jack Laidlaw (Programme Leader) at Middlesbrough College. We're looking for a part-time remote working Lecturer (few hours per week) to deliver the Integrated Systems module for the Audio Visual Technician Apprenticeship from September 2022.
o K1: Connection of audio system components, signal flow and conversion
o K3: The impact of microphone placement and room acoustics on an audio signal
o K6: Unmanaged audio mixing scenarios
o K7: Lighting design and fixtures/controller connections
o K10: Appropriate audiovisual equipment and/or applications for a given brief
o K11: Project management principles: planning, change, budgets, and documentation
o K12: Integrated audiovisual solutions for specific requirements
o K13: How to use CAD drawings when designing systems
o K14: AV over IP concepts and operation: servers, digital signage, channel distribution, and access
o K15: Awareness of the strengths, weaknesses, and limitations of videoconferencing systems and platforms
o K19: Installation/configuration of personal computers and common computer operating systems general functionality
o K21: Designation of video resolutions, frame rates, and output options
o K28: Audiovisual accessibility considerations and systems
o K30: National, employer, and context specific health and safety regulations
o K31: Potential hazards and preventative measures
o S3: Audio mixing; loudness, timbre, spatialisation, and channel management
o S10: Install, test, and commission relevant hardware
o S11: Configure and manage remote participation systems
o S22: Use collaborative online environments to schedule and update projects and tasks
o S23: Complete risk assessment documentation
o S24: Accurately assesses level of risk to health and safety of themselves and others
o S27: Safe storage of equipment
o S28: Create a coherent planning document
o B2: Work calmly and methodically in time-sensitive situations
o B3: Reference user manuals and manufacturer guidance
o B4: Awareness of the importance of regular contact, when appropriate, to offer updated information and documentation
o B7: Confident & effective communicator
The hours are a little complex as they will increase over time, but these are averages:
o From Sep 2022, 2 hours per week
o From Jan 2023, 4 hours per week
o From Sep 2023, 6 hours per week
o From Jan 2024, 8 hours per week
• The rate is £30 per hour
• All remote teaching via Microsoft Teams
• Level 6 undergraduate degree qualification. The experience needed is just to have worked on enough projects so that ability to teach the content above can be evidenced at interview.