IABM E Learning

Our e-learning platform offers high quality, interactive online training at the click of a button. It provides companies of all types and sizes access to courses, delivered online, to ensure employees are equipped with the appropriate industry knowledge covering a range of topics.

Key features of the platform include

  • Informative and engaging e-learning
  • Online quizzes and assessments
  • Certification of achievement
  • Dedicated library of resources and links
  • Available courses

    Introduction to video – from camera to display

    From camera to display, this course provides an insight to the technology that transforms live images and transfers them to a High Definition picture on televisions and mobile devices. It covers image acquisition in the camera, the video formats that move video between devices and the colour coding that make this all possible. The course will be appreciated by anyone who needs to know more about underlying technology supporting modern television systems in production and distribution.

    Duration 40 – 60 minutes

    Special introductory rate available

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    Introduction to Broadcast Media Workflows

    This e Learning module starts with the basics, building understanding of what “workflow” is and why operational workflows are important in media businesses. It overviews different types of workflows and how these have developed in the context of changing audience consumption, investment shift from capital to operational expenditure and technology that puts ICT at the core. The shift to a more software-driven technology environment making use of cloud, virtualisation and AI based solutions is covered by this course.

    Duration 40 – 60 minutes

    50% discount available

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    Engaging with the Broadcast & Media Industry

    This online course, available exclusively to IABM Members, consists of 10 modules presented by industry expert John Ive. Each module is and gives an expert view of the broadcast and media industry in bite size chunks. The modules cover what is important and what’s happening around the many business and technology topics the industry currently faces. The course will appeal to anyone new to technology supply side of industry or specialists who want to compare their perspective with an independent analysis.

    Duration approx 2 hours

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    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. It will familiarize delegates with broadcast and media technology, the associated jargon and the role that technology plays in the business in which they operate.

    Duration 4 – 5 hours


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    IP and File Based Workflows

    IP and File-based workflows are the new norm. 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. It explores storage and media management, the use of multiple platforms and analyzes different production considerations and delivery requirements. Understand the new vocabulary for IP and file-based technology and gain deeper insight into the ever-evolving world of media management.

    Duration 4 – 5 hours


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    Digital Marketing

    Over 100 digital marketing online courses available with 2 new courses added every month. An interactive platform enabling you to learn at your own pace which covers all the digital marketing topics, from analytics to usability at 3 different levels of ability.


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    New course coming soon – OTT Business Opportunities

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    Understanding OTT system types & services, ways to integrate it with broadcast TV, and new revenue opportunities are important for the survival of new television service providers and existing broadcasters. This TV business focused course starts be describing key OTT systems key options, marketplace trends, and ways to leverage integration with broadcast systems. New OTT on screen, second screen, and off screen revenue sources are identified and current examples are provided. New and emerging Social TV, TV Apps, tCommerce, and Blockchain OTT are described along with their key trends.

    Course Outline

    • OTT Introduction
    • OTT Marketplace
    • OTT Systems
    • OTT Services
    • OTT Broadcast Integration
    • OTT Revenue Sources
    • On Screen
    • Second Screen
    • Off Screen
    • Social TV
    • TV Apps
    • tCommerce
    • Blockchain OTT

    Learning Objectives

    • OTT Terminology – understand & communicate with others about streaming TV
    • OTT Marketplace & Trends – decline & growth of competition and opportunities
    • Key OTT Services – essential and desired TV & related applications
    • OTT System Options – leverage existing networks and new platforms
    • OTT Broadcast Integration – expanded customer experiences
    • New OTT Revenue Sources – on screen and off screen revenues
    • OTT Directory – lists of key vendors and capabilities

    E-Learning FAQ’s

  • Once your purchase is confirmed the IABM admin team will assign the course to your registered website account (once you login, you will be able to access any assigned courses via the “Members Area”
  • Content is divided into modules, each taking about 40 minutes, though you can stop and start any time you want. The IABM e-learning platform keeps track of where you got to
  • The IABM e-learning platform will pick up from the last page you read, but you can navigate forward and back through each page and module as you want
  • Modules comprise of graphics with a spoken explanation, also text which mirrors the voiceover. Short quizzes give a change of activity and gauge progress
  • You’ll have access to the e-learning course for four months. Reminders will be sent if you have not completed the course in that time
  • IABM can extend your four month access to the course if needed