Recording Connection Audio Institute Launches Mentor-Guided Programs in Australia
The Recording Connection Audio Institute now offers its acclaimed mentor-student apprenticeship audio engineering program throughout Australia.
Recording Connection Audio Institute is expanding its reach to offer hands-on, mentor guided training in the recording arts in Australia. Programs include music production, audio engineering, live-event audio and the masterís program for graduates of the Audio Program or another audio school who are looking to take their skills to the next level. Locations include cities throughout New South Wales, Queensland, Western Australia, Victoria and Tasmania ensuring thousands all over the country can receive the same high-quality in-depth training and education which has made the school a success in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.
Recording Connection Audio Institute was founded in 1983 in Hollywood, California. The school utilizes their own mentor-guided approach as its primary most of instruction. Unlike most schools which are established in buildings on designated campuses, the Recording Connection approach places apprentices in real recording facilities for direct, one-on-one training with a professional music producer or audio engineer. Modules are structured and backed by an industry-oriented curriculum that is geared towards achieving a practical understanding and knowhow while enabling both mentor and apprentice to teach and learn in a manner that is holistic, comprehensive and is customized to suit the apprenticeís educational needs.
Because of their on-site approach, the six month programs offered by Recording Connection Audio Institute of Australia make the school a good low-cost option for persons looking to embark on a career in the recording arts. Conventional universities and trades schools can cost between $30,000 and $150,000 while the intense, hands-on mentor-guided Audio Programme with Recording Connection AU costs just $8,100 (Australian dollars) and includes all necessary books and software.
Another benefit of the schoolís innovative on-site-approach is the opportunity it creates for apprentices to meet working professionals and to acquire music and sound industry jobs while they complete their schooling. Many apprentices to Recording Connection have been hired-on at the very studios where they have apprenticed while others have launched their careers through connections they made while completing their studies at the studio where they were trained.
Furthermore, because programs are mentor-guided, schedules are flexible and can, in most cases, meet the needs of persons who need to keep their day jobs while working through the program. This has made the school a top-pick for many working adults who want to change their career-path but who need to work while they acquire the necessary skills and connections they need to enter the field of music production and audio engineering.
To learn more about Recording Connection Audio Instituteís licensed, accredited school, visit www.recordingconnection.com.au.
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- Brian Kraft
- Recording Connection Audio Institute
- (61) 285-203-110
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