Type: Live Training

Location: University of Sydney, Camperdown NSW 2006, Australia

Time: 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. AEST

One-Day Design Elements Class

This one-day course will teach attendees how to design an AV system that allows the end users enjoyable viewing and hearing experience. The course is divided into two sections: The morning session will focus on the elements of the viewing environment, while the second half of the day will explore the science behind a well-designed listening environment.

By the end of the day, attendees will understand the most important parts of AV design, where to start from, how to design and the interaction of different design elements. This course is ideal for those intending to be more hands-on with audiovisual design processes in their work.

This course will help you answer:
  • What are the most important parts of the design?
  • Where do we start the design, what comes first?
  • What is the normal sequence of AV design?
  • How do different design elements interact to support or hinder the outcome of the design?

Course Fees

  • AVIXA Member: Premium: AU $225 + GST | Elite: AU $200 + GST
  • Non-Member: AU $265 + GST

Register & Course Cancellation Policy

For more information and to register for this course, contact Sue Gage at: or +61 448 151 970.

See here for full details on the AVIXA Course Cancellation Policy.


CTS: 8 | CTS-D: 8 | CTS-I: 8 | Max: 8


Rod Brown

Rod Brown, CTS-D, CTS-I
Volunteer Instructor

Before “retiring” from AVIXA as the Regional Director for Oceania in 2017, Rod Brown, CTS-D, CTS-I has taught InfoComm University courses, presented seminars at industry events, delivered AV education webinars, and worked on the creation of new and updated learning content.

Prior to joining InfoComm, Rod was a sound and audiovisual communications consultant based in Melbourne, Australia. His company had clients in the corporate, education, entertainment, legislative, transportation, and worship areas in Australia and internationally. The foundation to Rod's expertise, particularly at a practical level, derives from his extensive experience in broadcast television, live theatre, concerts, and cinema.

Supported By

University of Sydney

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