This is an example of a “test”, an assessment of the employee’s progress in the module.  The assessments can be much more refined and shaped than these examples and in the appropriate program, either your LMS or ours, the associated data can be used to improve the process as well as assist employers in ways to best engage and adance their number one asset:  their employees.

1. (True or False) Booking agents are responsible for their acts starting shows on time.

2. (True or False) Venues are generally responsible for promoting shows, because shows take place within their space and their incentive is to have the largest audience possible. 

3. (True or False) One of the ways for an artist or band to be paid for a performance is a “versus deal." This means that the band will receive a guaranteed fee versus a percentage of gross ticket receipts - whichever is greater.

4. (True or False) The most important person on an artist’s team is their lawyer, because the work she performs for that artist most greatly impacts on that artist's success.

5. (True or False) Managers are generally paid 15% of net revenues from an artist’s public appearances.

6. (True or False) Other than the live performance, music makes money in two forms: the publication and exploitation of the song (or composition) and the recording (of a song). Revenue is derived from the exploitation of the copyrights and intellectual property rights that attach to these works.

7. (True or False) The exclusive rights under copyright statutes that attach to a song or sound recording include the right to copy and the right to distribute.

8. (True or False) The negotiation between the author of an original work and a label or publishing company involves the transfer of the five or six rights that attach to the work through the operation of copyright law.

9. (True or False) Royalties are the monies paid to an artist and songwriter for the use of their work, and are paid by the number of units sold or by the use.

10. (True or False) All of the departments of a typical music publisher or recording company are aimed at two things: the acquisition and retention of customers.