Worship Facility Podcast: Effective Training for Audio Volunteers

by | Audio, Podcasts, Production, Team Development, volunteers

Tommy Lozure, Music Production Department Chair at Visible Music College, discusses how to train volunteers so that they feel comfortable behind a console or running audio from a tablet during worship services and other events.

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.

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