Engineering Training Department trained all of the
BBC's engineers and technical operators. Residential courses covered
the theory and practice of studio, communications and transmitter
engineering. The high standard of training helped to develop BBC
Engineering's good reputation.
||The staff of BBC Engineering Training in front of Wood Norton Hall,
near Evesham, Worcestershire. Training took place in the
Hall (now an hotel) and in several buildings around the estate.
the picture for more pictures of the staff.
here for an article on Wood
Norton during the Second World War.
thumbnails for aerial pictures of site in the 1960s:
Guides to the
Engineering Training Centre: 1981 and
BBC Engineering Training Manual 1942
Sound And Television Broadcasting - General Principles 1961
Link to page containing 74 sheets
No. 1 -
Some Transmitter Problems.pdf
No. 2 - Fundamentals Of Television & Glossary Of Terms.pdf
No. 3 - Harmonic Distortion And Negative Feedback In Audio-Frequency
Amplifiers (2nd Issue).pdf
No. 3 - Harmonic Distortion And Negative Feedback In Modern Amplifiers (1st
No. 4 - Some Fundamental Problems In Radio Engineering.pdf
No. 5 - An Introduction To Slot Aerials.pdf
No. 6 - Programme
No. 7 - Basic Principles Of Television Lighting.pdf
No. 8 - Microwave
No. 9 - Frequency
No. 10 - Long-Wave And Medium-Wave Propogation.pdf
No. 11 - Lighting For Television Outside Broadcasts.pdf
No. 12 - Transistors.pdf
No. 14 - Colorimetry.pdf
Other training material
Safety Regulations 8th ed. 1970.pdf
Digital Audio - Audio Operations training booklet 1990.