Profession event electrician
Event electricians set up and dismantle temporary, reliable electrical systems to support events. They work in locations without access to the power grid as well as locations with temporary power access. Their work is based on instruction, plans and calculations. They work indoors as well as outdoors. They cooperate closely with technical crew and operators.
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- Realistic / Investigative
- Realistic / Conventional
- Organise resources for artistic production
Coordinate human, material and capital resources within artistic productions, based on the given documentation e.g. scripts.
- Ensure safety of mobile electrical systems
Take the necessary precautions while providing temporary power distribution independently. Measure and power up an installation.
- Store performance equipment
Safely dismantle sound, light and video equipment after a performance event. Make sure the equipment is correctly stored away.
- Assemble performance equipment
Set up sound, light and video equipment on stage before performance event according to specifications.
- Manage personal professional development
Take responsibility for lifelong learning and continuous professional development. Engage in learning to support and update professional competence. Identify priority areas for professional development based on reflection about own practice and through contact with peers and stakeholders.
- Use personal protection equipment
Make use of protection equipment according to training, instruction and manuals. Inspect the equipment and use it consistently.
- Work with respect for own safety
Apply the safety rules according to training and instruction and based on a solid understanding of the prevention measures and risks to your own personal health and safety.
- Use technical documentation
Understand and use technical documentation in the overall technical process.
- Work ergonomically
Apply ergonomy principles in the organisation of the workplace while manually handling equipment and materials.