Membership of a Junior Executive Management (JEM) Team required
PARTNER IN EDUCATION
FOCUS Institute of Technology
Drone Aeronautics Company & Training Center
• Remote Pilot FAA Certification
• FAA Pilots License
• FAA Small UAS Certificate
• Arduino, iOS, Android, Thermal Imaging and 3D Modeling
• Introduction to NCCER Certification Program
Gerald F. Poe Jr.
FAA sUAS Certified and Insured Pilot
Dr. Gerald F. Poe Sr.
Flight Ground School Advisor
United States Air Force B-52 Pilot
Technical Digital Course Developer,
Instructor & Pilot
MISSION#: O*NET 27-4011.00
Complete an Audio/Visual Technology & Film service-learning project that manufacture, sell, rent, design, install, integrate, operate, and repair the equipment of audio-visual communications (i.e., editing and filming video) and/or includes the presentation of sound, video and data in such venues as offices, convention centers, classrooms, theme parks and stadiums. Demonstrate application of the STEM++ skills listed below.
STEM++ SKILLS APPLIED:
The following competencies can be used on your STEM++ resume and financial portfolio to describe the STEM++ skills you applied to complete your service goals for this Operation Restoration service-learning project.
- Install, adjust, and operate electronic equipment to record, edit, and transmit radio and television programs, motion pictures, video conferencing, or multimedia presentations.
- Diagnose and resolve media system problems.
- Switch sources of video input from one camera or studio to another, from film to live programming, or from network to local programming.
- Mix and regulate sound inputs and feeds or coordinate audio feeds with television pictures.
- Compress, digitize, duplicate, and store audio and video data.
- Perform minor repairs and routine cleaning of audio and video equipment.
- Notify supervisors when major equipment repairs are needed.
- Design layouts of audio and video equipment and perform upgrades and maintenance.
- Conduct training sessions on selection, use, and design of audio-visual materials and on operation of presentation equipment.
- Monitor incoming and outgoing pictures and sound feeds to ensure quality and notify directors of any possible problems.
- Determine formats, approaches, content, levels, and mediums to effectively meet objectives within budgetary constraints, using research, knowledge, and training.
- Obtain, set up, and load videotapes for scheduled productions or broadcasts.
- Meet with directors and senior members of camera crews to discuss assignments and determine filming sequences, camera movements, and picture composition.
- Reserve audio-visual equipment and facilities, such as meeting rooms.
- Record and edit audio material, such as movie soundtracks, using audio recording and editing equipment.
- Direct and coordinate activities of assistants and other personnel during production.
- Control the lights and sound of events, such as live concerts, before and after performances, and during intermissions.
- Analyze and maintain data logs for audio-visual activities.
- Maintain inventories of audio and videotapes and related supplies.
- Inform users of audio and videotaping service policies and procedures.
- Organize and maintain compliance, license, and warranty information related to audio and video facilities.
- Construct and position properties, sets, lighting equipment, and other equipment.
- Perform narration of productions or present announcements.
- Edit videotapes by erasing and removing portions of programs and adding video or sound as required.
- Locate and secure settings, properties, effects, and other production necessities.
- Produce rough and finished graphics and graphic designs.