I've got a Level 3 Cert in Dante, the market leading network audio technology. It's a commonplace and super useful way of getting audio between desks, speaker systems, processors and playback / recording computers. And so much more.
I'm one of very few UK techs with an EAW Adaptive cert. It's a growing new technology and allows me to install and train others with this new type of PA system. Gone are the old splay angles and predictive plots of mechanical line array: we can now modify coverage and throw mid-gig, with no physical alternation being required.
Without solid RF for wireless microphones and in-ear systems there is no enablement for your artist. I am trained in deploying a correct system plot based on RF environment and location-dependant conditions.
In regards to hardware:
I'm highly experienced in all Yamaha CL/QL/LS/PM/M ranges of desks. Allen & Heath D Live, GLD. Avid Profile, S6. Analogue, such as Midas. I'll operate FOH or Monitors with wedges and/or IEMs.
Shure, Sennheiser, Trantec radio systems
Rigging of flown line array and point source systems, motors and control
Installation of monitor systems, integration of guest equipment at festivals. Stage patch & system patch. Conversion and AES/Madi/Dante/Analog routing.
Soldering at a high quality level creating and repairing line systems, Veam, Harting, etc.