Arts, A/V Technology, & Communications
Broadly, individuals that work in the AV communications industry manufacture, sell, rent, design, install, integrate, operate, and repair the equipment of audiovisual communications. They are involved in the presentation of sound, video, and data to groups in such venues as corporate boardrooms, hotels, convention centers, classrooms, theme parks, stadiums, and museums. The major activity sectors in the AV communications industry are distributive service firms (AV dealers, rental companies, consultants, designers, and related firms), manufacturers of AV presentations and communications products, and large end-users.
Most observers expect the job growth rate within AV industries to be at 20-30 percent for the foreseeable future. In just the AV systems technician field, the industry could expect to add 20,600 jobs annually.
Programs of Study
- Journalism (3008) is a supplemental course which can be offered in addition to courses within the Audio/Visual Production program of study but does not count toward concentrator status
- Work-Based Learning: Career Practicum (6105) may substitute for the Level 4 offering in all programs of study
- Cambridge courses are supplemental courses which can be offered in addition to courses within the career cluster but do not count toward concentrator status.
- Arts, A/V Technology, & Communications Program of Study Justifications
- ACT Resources for Arts A/V Technology
- Arts, A/V Technology, & Communications Equipment List
- Arts, A/V Technology, & Communications Resource List
- Data Session: Concentrators, ACT, and Postsecondary for Arts, A/V Technology, & Communications
- Industry Certifications
- Program of Study Marketing Materials