Our Courses

We are all different, so the training and development that you, your people and your business need will depend on you and on what you do. The Technology that Broadcast, media and communications companies use to reach their audiences moves on rapidly so the skills needed to build, develop, maintain and sell it effectively changes rapidly too. IABM offers the industry a wide range of learning opportunities and our Training Academy was set-up to package training into courses, both online and face to face, in a way that allows them to be built into a program for you or for your customers.

We run our courses at your location, as well as offering an open schedule worldwide. You can build courses into a programme that will include your company and product-specific training, experience on projects, mentoring, visits to trade shows and conferences, use them as you like! Clicking on each course title will give you more information.

IABM offers a worldwide certification programme, built around an open syllabus so that you can show what your know. It’s an excellent way to evidence your skills, wherever you learned them.

Click on the links below to find out more about the courses we offer or click here to view the Training Calendar and here to view the prospectus.

 

Advanced Networks for Broadcast Engineers
This course builds on the content covered in the Network Essentials for Broadcast Engineers course and looks in more detail at the protocols involved in streaming video across IP networks.
Audio and Video Fundamentals for Engineers
This course will give an understanding of how audio and video signals, files and metadata are handled along the end to end broadcast chain from acquisition through production distribution and delivery.
Broadcast Technology Workflows
This course gives an understanding of workflows and integration and considers the changes in the market from the convergence of today to the challenges of tomorrow.
Compression Fundamentals and Applications
Compression has become a fundamental building block of AV environments enabling functionality that would just not be possible with uncompressed media.
E Learning - Introduction to Broadcast Technology
This course provides newcomers to the industry with an insight into what makes broadcast so unique and enables course attendees who have been in the industry longer to understand how their company's products and services fit into the overall distribution chain
E Learning - IP and File Based Workflow
Our comprehensive training course leads the way in providing a dynamic perspective into the latest technologies, systems and workflows that comprise the IP and file-based broadcast facility
High Efficiency Video Coding
This half-day course provides an introduction to the new High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) standard, also known as H.265.
Network Essentials for Broadcast Engineers
This course covers the core fundamentals representing the network infrastructure for interconnections in a file-based or streaming environment and will also cover the underlying communication infrastructure and practical media applications.
Satellite Broadcasting Systems
This course will give an understanding of how a compressed digital television signal is handled through various processes involved in transmission via satellite.
Understanding File Formats
The course is designed to provide a thorough understanding of current video and audio file formats plus their associated metadata and workflows. This course is available as a Live Online or Classroom course
Understanding the Broadcast and Media Industry
This course provides newcomers to the industry with an insight into what makes broadcast so unique and enables course attendees who have been in the industry longer to understand how their company's products and services fit into the overall distribution chain
Video Systems and Applications
This course is an up-to-date examination of the rapidly changing technology and workflows of current programing – from production through to delivery.
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