Anyone that wants to learn more about temporary electrical installations, production managers/assistants, site managers and site crew, venue managers, sound engineers and technicians, AV engineers and technicians, event professionals, local crew who want to learn new skills to progress their careers, event promoters, musicians and DJs
This course is not designed for electricians, this course is so non-electricians can understand how power systems work, specify power for venue requirements, specify power for festival electricians, problem solve and safely work with temporary electrical systems.
Learn about single and three phase, temporary power, generators, safety, the law and how to problem solve when everything keeps tripping out!
Students should have GCSE Maths
i7 Mac or PC computer
Free account with Zoom.us – desktop app installed on the student's computer prior to the training.
USB Headset with microphone or installed webcam and microphone in a laptop.
John Kendall is a Cambridge Educated electrical engineer. He is also a technical expert in the events industry and specialises in event power, video and lighting design.
This is a online course that provides live tuition with an expert tutor
This is a group course suitable for up to twenty students