The Live Sound Diploma Program is designed to develop your knowledge and skills in one of the entertainment industry’s most in demand careers: sound for concerts and live events. Combining a balance of essential theoretical knowledge with hands-on practical applications, this program utilizes the most current, progressive sound reinforcement technologies available, taught by instructors with years of live industry experience. Our exclusive partnership with the industry provides an unparalleled learning environment, with access to industry-leading equipment and facilities, all designed to prepare students for future opportunities in the production of music concerts, corporate events, theatrical productions, trade shows, exhibitions, conferences, and multi-media presentations.
Assessments for the Diploma is based wholly on course work, Final Exam and work based reports
This program is designed for students who wish target their career toward both the business side and the creative and technical side of the live event industry. With in-depth studies encompassing all aspects of live event production and the art of music business management, this engaging program strikes an excellent balance between technical sound and lighting skills, and the business principles associated with both the music and live event and entertainment industries.
To be awarded this qualification, learners are required to successfully achieve 20 mandatory units.
LMA Level 3 Diploma in Live sound Engineering
London Media Academy cannot accept any registrations for candidates under 18 as these qualifications are not approved for under 18.
Staff delivering these qualifications must be able to demonstrate that they meet the following occupational expertise requirements. They should:
Assessment is the process of measuring a candidate’s skill, knowledge and understanding against the standards set in a qualification. The Level 3 Diploma in Photography is internally assessed.
Each candidate must create a portfolio of evidence which demonstrates achievement of all the learning outcomes and assessment criteria associated with each unit. On completion of each unit candidates must declare that the work produced is their own. The Assessor must countersign this. Examples of suitable evidence for the portfolio for each unit are provided in the Handbook.
The main pieces of evidence for the portfolio could include (in no particular order):
Moderation is the process by which we confirm that assessment decisions in centres are:
We do this through:
external moderation – which we carry out through our External Moderators who, by supporting you, will make sure that assessments meet nationally agreed standards and that your quality assurance systems continue to meet our centre approval criteria.