Productive day of helping assist in setting up video and audio for different events.
Pros: schedule revolved around me, and very friendly environment.
Cons: not as many hours, and late shifts.
A typical day of me working as a Audio Video Technician would be me coming in on a set time and date (excluding my building shift) due to scheduled events that were arranged on the calendar. I would then assist the host or coordinator in fulfilling their request for audio or visual and foresee the event to the very end. Therefore I would undo any work that was done prior.
What I learned was mostly about sound and visual. How sound travels, how to adjust sound levels, how to feed certain inputs into different mic lines and how to manage certain visual affects.
Usual the job only requires one person to get whats needed done but there are cases where there is a big events that requires more then one person's help. My co-workers consisted of fellow students that attend college as well.