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Behind The Wall

Behind The Wall launch party & free workshop

21 Apr

Jared Nelson is making it his mission to help anyone with a love and passion for live music and events to have a sneak peek “Behind The Wall” of light and sound and learn the basic skills and knowledge required to start a career in the industry. He is inviting you to come along to their launch party and find out more about the courses and services the new live event training provider has to offer.

Behind The Wall’s mission:
Here at Behind The Wall we provide affordable training in the skills and knowledge required to start a career in the live events industry. The content of our courses include all aspects of live production, Pre production design, stage management, stage presence and live performance workshops, artist management, industry business skills and most importantly stress and fatigue management. If you participate in one of our training courses we have two promises. Our first promise is that you will be trained by current industry professional to an internationally recognised standard. Our second promise is that we will do our very best to direct you to an employer that can continue to give you the training and experience required to pursue your career in live events. There are many opportunities for long and rewarding careers that can take you all over the world so come and speak to Jared and ask him how he can help you reach your live events industry goals.”


  • Wednesday 3 May, 6-9pm
  • Hen House Live Room @ Badlands
  • Come celebrate the launch of Perth’s only dedicated and specialised live events training company.
  • Free training session – As part of the launch there will be a FREE Master Class ’Save The Day’, and learn how to pacth and program a Hog 1k from scratch.
  • Contact [email protected] and register for the launch party for free.


Government of Western Australia Department of Culture and The Arts Australian Government

WAM is supported by the State Government through the Department of Culture and the Arts, and is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.