Speaker

  • Tommy Lozure
    Tommy Lozure
    Music Production Department Chair at Visible Music College

    Tommy serves as chair of the Music Production Department at Visible Music College. He develops curriculum, teaches courses, and manages faculty and facilities for the department.

    He has a diverse background in the media industry. He has engineered and produced multiple recording projects in several commercial studios, including the world-renowned Ardent Studios in Memphis, TN. He has experience producing radio programming and podcasts, and has functioned as an on-air personality since 2003.

    Tommy has served as a FOH engineer for Fellowship Memphis and as the AV Technical Director at Northway Christian Church in Dallas, TX.

    Tommy has a passion for teaching and mentoring young audio and media technicians to become professionals in the music industry and the Church.

Effective Training for Audio Volunteers

Effective volunteers are at the core of most church media teams. This session focuses on how to train volunteers so that they feel comfortable behind a console or running audio from a tablet during worship services and other events.

The training approach focuses on setting benchmarks for volunteers so that each can progress at his or her own pace. It also focuses on establishing a culture of mentorship and shadowing so that volunteers will train each other as the volunteer team grows.

An essential component to effective audio volunteers is establishing a culture where the volunteers know that they are an essential and appreciated part of the media team.

Takeaways include:

1 – Setting benchmarks for audio volunteers

2 – Adapting benchmarks for different church sizes and systems

3 – Establishing a positive culture of volunteer training

4 – Creating systems that can be repeated and scaled


Date

Oct 26 2022

Time

CST
2:15 pm - 3:15 pm

Tracks

Leadership & Management,
Production Technology
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