Portfolio of Courses, Experts in their fields, Courses can be delivered on-site or in the classroom
BTNS and IABM in partnership.
IABM are in a unique position, which means that the training they offer is truly independent, offering attendees a balanced and impartial
view without ties to any manufacturer, vendor or broadcaster.
Over the last six years IABM has provided award winning training courses to the industry. IABM author and develop a range of courses ourselves and partnered with
individuals and companies where their training and learning products offer value to the broadcast media sector. IABM training is extremely well received by delegates and the companies who they work for.
Whether you are brand new to the sector, or simply want to refresh or broaden your knowledge the range of courses we offer are designed to meet the needs of the broadcast and media industry and
presented by experts in their field. Courses can be run for you on-site, in the classroom or via e-learning.
BTNS are proud to be IABM Bronze members.
IABM course listings as June 2018.
Interested in a course, simply click the link to find out more. When booking a course, simply place the code 'BTNS' into the booking notes.
This course starts with the basics, building understanding of what “workflow” is and why operational workflows are important in media businesses. It overviews different types of workflows and how these have developed in the context of changing audience consumption, investment shift from capital to operational expenditure and technology that puts ICT at the core. The shift to a more software-driven technology environment making use of cloud, virtualisation and AI based solutions is covered by this course.
This course provides newcomers to the industry with an insight into what makes broadcast so unique and enables course attendees who have been in the industry longer to understand how their company's products and services fit into the overall distribution chain.
Covers the core fundamentals representing the network infrastructure for interconnections in a file-based or streaming environment and will also cover the underlying communication infrastructure and practical media applications.
Newcomers to the industry can gain an insight into what makes broadcast so unique and those who have been in the industry longer can understand how their company's products and services fit into the overall distribution chain.
This single-day course gives a “big picture” overview of how IP networking is utilized within the Broadcast Industry. It’s aimed at sales and marketing professionals and those engineers and technicians who need a good overview and understanding in order to get the most from the IP Network Essentials and Advanced courses and undertake network configuration and troubleshooting.