Ross N is an Audio Engineer at Realtime Worlds. "I do everything you hear in the game". A network of contacts was important for Ross "at the end of the day I didn't really think I needed a piece of paper... Getting the first job that gave me the break was just from working in the music shop, I always sort of saw it as just a stepping stone but it gave me the opportunity to meet that guy and get to know him and then ask him about if there was any jobs".
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TV, video and audio engineers service and repair domestic television, video and audio appliances.
Entrants typically possess GCSEs/S grades or an equivalent qualification such as an Intermediate GNVQ/GSVQ Level II. Training is provided off- and on-the-job and may be supplemented by short courses delivered by manufacturers. NVQs/SVQs in Domestic Appliance Engineering are available at Level 3.
- Examines equipment and observes reception to determine nature of defect
- Uses electronic testing equipment to diagnose faults and check voltages and resistance
- Dismantles equipment and repairs or replaces faulty components or wiring
- Re-assembles equipment, tests for correct functioning and makes any necessary further adjustments
- Carries out service tasks such as cleaning and insulation testing according to schedule.
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