Entertainment Industry Power Technicians plan, install, and maintain temporary power distribution systems for use in the entertainment industry. Work settings including film, television, and live performance sets, as well as tradeshows and special events.
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What's Your Future as a Entertainment Industry Power Technician (269E)?
Apprentice wage less than a journeyperson but increases with skill and experience.
Entertainment Industry Power Technician (269E)
|Do you have a good mechanical aptitude, good vision and enjoy learning about and fixing different systems and components?|
|Do you have good reading, writing, measuring and problem-solving skills?|
|Are you a continual learner?|
|Are you able to follow Health & Safety guidelines?|
|Are you able to lift more than 50lbs? Are you able to stand or sit for long periods of time?|
|Are you able to travel for work?|
|Are you able to tell the difference between colors?|
If you checked YES to the majority of these questions, a career as an Entertainment Industry Power Technician may be for you!
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