The A/V Instructor works as a member of the Training Academy and contributes to its mission to provide communications training to students that will allow them to perform successfully in a no-fail environment.
- Deliver high-quality Audio Visual (AV) training on planning, implementing, and executing AV requirements to ensure successful high visibility events;
- Train AV support technicians and leads for high level meetings, presentations and events at government facilities, utilizing LCD projectors, digital cameras, sound reinforcement set-up, video conferencing, conference microphone systems, digital audio recording/editing;
- Design and guide simulated walk-throughs of a variety of executive level events (e.g., political and official remarks, public addresses) that require lighting, teleprompters, and P.A. systems;
- Adhere to sound instructional design and make appropriate curriculum updates;
- Develop methods of presentation, learning activities, and student assessment tools based on the established curriculum frameworks;
- Develop and deploy hands-on training exercises and scenario-based exercises for realistic training;
- Write and update technical instructions and manuals for AV class course books;
- Become familiar with and adhere to Council of Occupational Education (COE) standards for developing, maintaining, and following lesson plans in order for the WTA to remain in compliance for accreditation;
- Assess and evaluate students;
- Record and transmit student performance metrics, as directed.
- As needed, provide technical support for the WTA training facility.
- Top Secret Yankee White Clearance
- AV Lead experience – need to know the job from top to bottom
- Certified meeting the DISA and DoD 8570 certification requirements, minimum Network Plus;
- CTT+ certified
- Experience providing training (preferably in a classroom setting)
Minimal travel required.