Master the Art of Rigging
Your Gateway to an Exciting Career!
Our rigging course is designed to teach you everything you need to know about rigging for theater, film, and live events. From the basics of rigging hardware and safety protocols to advanced techniques for creating stunning aerial displays and special effects, our expert instructors will guide you through every step.
We offer a comprehensive curriculum that covers all aspects of rigging, from the physics of load calculations to the intricacies of line management and knot tying.
We understand that rigging can be a dangerous profession, which is why we place such a strong emphasis on safety protocols and best practices. Our instructors are highly experienced professionals who have worked on countless productions and know how to keep you and your team safe while you're rigging.
But rigging is about more than just safety. It's also about creativity and innovation. Our course will teach you how to turn your ideas into reality, whether you're designing a complex lighting rig or a soaring aerial act. We will help you develop the technical skills and artistic vision you need to bring your creative concepts to life.
- Essential safety practices for entertainment rigging include equipment inspection and secure rigging points.
- Knowledge of rigging hardware types and how to properly choose, use, and maintain them.
- Principles of line management, knot tying, and proper storage and handling of lines.
- Design and installation of safe aerial and special effects rigging systems.
- Electrical safety, load calculations, and installation of lighting rigging systems.
- Developing unique and creative rigging solutions that meet the specific needs of each production.
Why specialize in Rigging?
Deep understanding of rigging principles and techniques and the practical skills to apply that knowledge to real-world projects.
As the entertainment industry grows, so does the demand for skilled rigging professionals. Employment of riggers is expected to grow 3% from 2020 to 2030.
Rigging professionals can earn high salaries, particularly in the film and television industries. The average annual salary for a professional rigger in India is 40k monthly.
Rigging is a specialized skill set that requires technical knowledge and creative problem-solving abilities. You can become a highly sought-after professional in the entertainment industry.
With the growth of the entertainment industry, there are a wide variety of career opportunities available to those with rigging expertise, from live events to film and television production.
Pursuing a rigging course can help you develop your skills and knowledge. Learning the latest techniques and technologies and gaining practical experience working on real-world projects.
Our rigging course includes training on industry-standard software such as AutoCAD and Vectorworks. This will give you an edge in the job market and help you work more efficiently.
Unlock the Door to Your Dream Job
In our journey with a student, we ensure they get access to the best job opportunities in the industry and top-notch Rigging skills. Upon completing our Rigging course, students are welcomed into our placement assistance program, where our dedicated team works tirelessly to help them take the next step in their careers.
We have built a strong placement assistance program where students can access exclusive job opportunities. Additionally, we help students prepare for interviews, refine their resumes, and even arrange mock interviews to ensure they are well-prepared and confident.
What Our Alumni Say?
- Instructors were amazing and provided hands-on training that helped me understand the principles and techniques of rigging.
- The course helped me develop new skills to work on my new project. Thanks to AVGCI for the wonderful course was a combination of skill, knowledge and creativity.
- Got valuable insights and real-life examples for understanding the concepts. It gave me the confidence to work on complex rigging projects. I owe to AVGCI for such a wonderful course.
Get a complete skill set with an immense understanding of Rigging fundamentals and techniques to have a wonderful growth.
- Overview of rigging and its applications in the entertainment industry
- Safety protocols and best practices for rigging
- Types of rigging equipment and their uses
- Terminology and basic principles of rigging
- Understanding and identifying different rigging hardware
- Proper use and maintenance of rigging hardwares
- Load limits and safety factors
- Introduction to load calculations and weight distribution
- Overview of truss and structures used in rigging
- Types of truss and their characteristics
- Calculation of truss loads and stress analysis
- Understanding of the load-bearing capacity of trusses and structures
- Types of knots and hitches used in rigging
- Selection of appropriate knots and hitches for different situations
- Knot tying techniques and best practices
- Load distribution and stability considerations for knots and hitches
- Overview of electrical and lighting rigging
- Safety considerations and best practices for electrical and lighting rigging
- Use of cables, connectors, and clamps in electrical and lighting rigging
- Introduction to power distribution and control systems
- Overview of motorized rigging
- Types of motors used in rigging
- Selection of appropriate motors for different situations
- Safety protocols and best practices for motorized rigging
- Understanding the rigging design and planning process
- Principles of the rigging design
- Factors to consider when planning a rigging project
- Use of software and other tools for rigging design and planning
- Overview of rigging for live events
- Safety considerations and best practices for rigging for live events
- Use of different types of rigging equipment in live events
- Planning and execution of rigging for live events
- Overview of rigging for film and TV
- Safety considerations and best practices for rigging for film and TV
- Use of different types of rigging equipment in film and TV
- Planning and execution of rigging for film and TV