Lighting Technicians

You should learn as much as possible about electronics in high school. Physics, mathematics, and any shop courses that introduce electronics equipment provide a good background. You should also take courses that will help you develop computer skills needed for operating lighting and sound equipment. Composition or technical writing courses can give you the writing skills you'll need to communicate ideas to other technicians.


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