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Introduction into Event Visual (Video) Systems is a Program

Introduction into Event Visual (Video) Systems

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Introduction into Event Visual (Video) Systems

Course Overview

In this course attendees learn the basic concepts of video for events. This will allow them to better understand equipment they use on a daily basis and how to apply their equipment more effectively in their line of work.

Who Should Attend

  • Staff from Professional Audio Visual Companies
  • Freelancers in the related industry
  • Persons with interest to start or have just started in the industry

Course Duration

 2 days

Course Outline

Project Module

  • Lamp and Laser Projection differences
  • Lumens and Resolution calculation
  • Common Failures
  • Safety
LED Wall Module
  • LED Pitch differences
  • Power Calculation
  • Safety
Screen/ Switchers Module
  • Materials used
  • Screen size calculation
  • Switchers application
Practical Module
  • Troubleshooting
  • Pre and Post preparations
  • Maintenance

Mode of Assessment

  • Theory Assessment: multiple choice
  • Practical Hands-On Assignment

 

Course Objectives

By the end of the program, participants will be able to:

  • Have better insights of video system
  • Apply more effective video equipment to their events
  • Help in future upgrading and purchase of video equipment

Price

 

Individual Pricing

 

w/o GST

w GST

Original Course Fee

 $500.00

 $535.00

Course fee for Singapore Citizens & PRs (non-UNION members)

 $50.00

 $53.50

Course fee for Singapore Citizens & PRs (UNION members)

 $25.00

$28.50

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Prices are subject to other LHUB miscellaneous fees.

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