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Arts, A/V Technology, and 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.

Program of Study

Audio/Visual Production Track

Audio/Visual Production A/V Production I A/V Production II A/V Production III Applied Art Practicum
Work Based Learning:
A/V Production
CTE Student Organization: Future Business Leaders of American (FBLA)

Last Updated: January 5, 2024