Access audio engineering training resources via the Web.
There is much material available online, but not all is factual or useful.
Sometimes the challenge is to separate the wheat from the chaff.
AES does not offer career or training advice, but has identified information on courses and training resources available, and the various Sections including AES NY and AES Melbourne do offer tutorials and presentations on various audio-related topics.
The AES does provide a series of tutorials (usually from sessions held at AES Conventions)
These are available to members only (member login required) and can be found here
Online Courses (MOOCS):
Universities are putting more and more of their courses online at no cost, in the form of MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses).
Listings of courses currently available are at https://www.mooc-list.com/
Here you can browse or conduct a keyword search for topics of interest.
Equipment and software vendors offer web-based seminars (“webinars”) on products and services as part of their support and promotion efforts. As well as real-time events, some webinars are archived for later access. This is a useful way to learn about devices and techniques, as well as familiarizing yourself with particular products.
Be aware that access to many webinars requires the participant to provide personal or professional information at varying degrees of intrusiveness
Some examples of archived webinars:
Best Practices for Designing Scalable Audio Networks with Dante
Live Sound Webinars
Test & Measurement webinars on demand