Premium Event Productions Ltd, Unit 5, Oak Field Road, Woolsbridge Industrial Estate, Three Legged Cross ,Wimborne ,BH21 6FE
Hours per week: 40
Salary: £ 1024 permonth
Working week: Monday - Friday with potential for overnight work/weekend work

To work as part of a thriving Event AV supplier team and learn all aspects of installing and maintaining high-value hire equipment, software systems and procedures. 

Premium Event Productions Ltd are a fast growing and pioneering company supplying the latest in Audio and Visual solutions to blue-chip clients across the UK and Europe, working on events such as exhibitions, outdoor events, sports, corporate events, festivals and retail.

The company has seen significant growth over the past two years because it has invested heavily in the latest technology but also in its staff who through pro-active in-house training have become highly skilled in their chosen disciplines.


Work will be split between warehouse and live indoor and outdoor event delivery, performing roles such as;

  • General warehouse duties with our warehouse team to establish a true understanding of all the equipment we use, its maintenance and prep that goes into sending jobs out
  • Technical training on software and hardware
  • planning events
  • wiring diagrams
  • spec sheets
  • Working along side our technicians onsite to build and program the events.

Maths and English Level 2/GCSE in Maths and English at grade C/4 or above.

Skills required:
Attention to detail, Organisation skills, Problem solving skills, Team working,
Training to be provided:

Production Technician – Live Events Technician Pathway Level 3 Standard

Apprentices learn the skills they need on the job with the guidance of a development coach who is an expert from industry. You’ll finish your apprenticeship with a recognised qualification, valuable industry experience, money, and substantial opportunities for promotion.

Summative Portfolio

You will be expected to deliver projects throughout the apprenticeship. Each project would involve research, knowledge and may be submitted in writing, a presentation or professional discussion.

Duty 1 Interpret system specifications for productions, live performance and events. These systems can include sound or lighting or video.

Duty 2 Assemble and configure systems to meet the specification requirements for sound, lighting, power or video.

Duty 3 Test, troubleshoot and maintain equipment and systems.

Duty 4 Collaborate with stakeholders and work with team members.

Duty 5 Operate and maintain technical equipment.

Duty 6 Dynamically risk assess the work environment and situation. Adapt working practices to ensure the safety of self and others.

Duty 7 Disassemble and store technical equipment safely and efficiently at the end of the event, ensuring that the integrity of the components is maintained.

Duty 8 (Live Event Technician (LET)) Repair complex systems and sub-assemblies at component level.

Duty 9 (Live Event Technician (LET)) Utilise lifting and rigging equipment to set up event systems.

Duty 10 (Live Event Technician (LET)) Specify equipment and system requirements suitable for the operational environment.

Duty 11 (Live Event Technician (LET)) Prepare and pack systems for local or international transportation prior to the event.

Personal Qualities:
Not Applicable
Things to consider:

Due to the nature of this work as well as the warehouse
PEP delivers AV services across Europe so the successful applicant should be prepared to travel in UK and Europe. A flexible attitude to working hours is a pre-requisite for those working within the events industry and so is expected of all PEP employees.

Future prospects:
the successful applicant will have the experience of working on some of the latest and most advanced equipment and learn the skills and aptitude necessary to pursue a successful career in the events industry. Opportunities are likely to be available for the right candidates, on completion of a successful apprenticeship.