Take Technical Courses At School
Taking technical subjects will be a great help for you to work as a film projectionist. You can study computer, keyboarding, audiovisual equipment management, photography and video production.
Work At Cinema or Theater
Along with your studies it is better to gain some experience in handling audiovisual equipment and projectors. Since you will already have knowledge of managing these equipment while studying at school, you can add to your knowledge and experience while practically involving yourself with them.
While working in a full or part-time role at a theatre you should gain experience about all the related equipment. For example, you should know how to open film canister and how to remove reel etc. You might also be required to repair any damaged part of the equipment so should be able to that on the spot. Similarly, you will be required to monitor sound and video quality and improve accordingly.
Take Full-time Job
Once you are confident about handling the equipment and ready to work your own, you can apply for full-time job at a theatre. Simply you will be required to fill out an application form as it is required at the time of apply for any job and enclose your resume before sending it. Mention all the experience and training you have undertaken since completion your studies and prove that you can handle the job effectively. Obviously, at the interview the potential employer will ask you about the technical knowledge of the equipment and you satisfy their all questions to get the job.