Professional Engineers will train your team.

Every week, thousands of musicians and singers in our churches spend hour upon hour practicing for their worship service only to have that presentation hampered by an audio team that is not proficient.

Unless you are in a large church or school near Orlando, Nashville, or other major recording city, theme park, or tourist hub that employs lots of professional audio engineers and production experts, chances are high that your Tech Team are ‘volunteers’ who have never been paid outside the church or school to perform the work they are doing for your organization. Yet we wonder why our system doesn’t sound as good as some secular venue or mega church down the road that has a salaried audio engineer on staff. Training for the Tech Team should be high on the list of needs for any House of Worship or school with a volunteer staff.

JerichoAV offers several 3.5-hour audio seminars that address the basic skills that an audio technician needs to be successful in the local church. Attendees receive training in:

  • Basics of Sound

  • Understanding the Role of the Audio Technician

  • Understanding the Functions of the Mixer, Equalizer, Monitors, Microphones and other equipment


Even a simple sound system has several components that work together to amplify the sound – microphones, mixing consoles, equalizers, power amplifiers, and loudspeakers. Our training class is filled to overflowing with the techniques, concepts, and knowledge that each sound tech MUST understand in order to master the sound system in their church.

The class is fast-paced, focused on learning, yet with a few laughs along the way. Come join the thousands of trained JerichoAV grads who have found a renewed passion for technical excellence.

You’ll return home understanding not only HOW to improve your church’s sound, but WHY you are taking each step. Plus you’ll have a great time learning alongside fellow believers!










What you will learn.

There will be hands-on training as well. The task that really allows them to gain confidence in their skills is this hands-on portion.  Utilizing multi-track audio files, they will have the opportunity to use analog and digital mixers to create mixes and be critiqued during the process.  Also offered is an advanced class that will expand on the above topics and also include more training using digital equipment.

The classes are offered on a Friday night and Saturday schedule.  The basics class is offered by itself Friday night (6-9:30) with an optional hands-on experience from 9:30-10. On Saturday, the basics class is repeated (8:30-12) and coupled with the advanced class on Saturday afternoon (1-4:30).


Mike Wilson

Mike Wilson has been an audio engineer for over 30 yrs and has been doing Church trainings all across there country. Mike has years of experience in digital mixing and can also teach and train your team how to use Ableton Live to control all your lights and ProPresenter slides. Mike has worked on many well-known tours in a arena setting and is a professional rigger.