BOHN-BannerABA Engineering Academy offers broadcast engineering entry level and advanced classes and seminars

In addition to our normal five day, entry level classes for prospective engineers (or anyone wishing to learn more about the technical side of broadcasting) the Academy offers advanced classes for Radio and Television Engineers that will be more in depth on technical items along with design, installation and maintenance of modern broadcast operations.

Plus there are even more opportunities for engineers to continue their education, learning about new equipment and technology. Several one day seminars focus on items such as IP fundamentals for Broadcasting, HDTV, HD Radio, Digital Audio/Video workstations, Live Audio Mixing and Audio/Video ingest and playout systems.

Do you have people in your operation that have an interest in learning more about the technical side of broadcasting?  Announcers, IT managers, master control operators, production, plus new and prospective engineers can receive valuable information that will aid them in their work.

The regular classes are five days in length and the advanced classes are two to three day events. These classes are offered by the ABA Engineering Academy at no cost.  Both of these courses offer the opportunity to take the Society of Broadcast Engineering (SBE) certification exam.  There is a charge for the exam, however it is not required to take the exam to attend the classes.

Don’t miss out on these excellent opportunities to learn about and continue your technical education in the field of broadcast engineering. Classes are held at the ABA training center 2180 Parkway Lake Drive, Hoover AL.

June 20th
IP Fundamentals for Broadcast Seminar

July 13th – 17th
Radio Engineering School

August 14th
Engineering Day at the ABA Annual convention

August 24th – 25th
Advanced Television/HDTV Seminar

October 5th – 9th
Television Engineering School

Radio class outline

Television class outline

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For more information contact Larry Wilkins, Academy Director.

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