If you would love to get a start in the film and television industry, this qualification will give you a range of job ready skills to create digital content and work on a production team in the contemporary screen and media industries .
Through this course, you'll be able to develop your critical and creative thinking skills and your knowledge of contemporary software and programs used in the industry.
You'll gain hands on media skills including the basics of picture composition; preparing video and photo assets; creating visual design components; operating production equipment; installing and operating lighting and sound broadcasting gear; vision and sound editing; and content creation for social media.
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Develop your creative and practical skills for the screen and media industry with this hands-on, immersive course
The Certificate III in Screen and Media is a hands-on, immersive course that will help you develop creative and practical production skills and enable you to work effectively in contemporary screen and media industries.
Under the guidance of our lecturers, who are experienced industry practitioners, you will learn emergent media skills including the basics of picture composition and camera technique, industry specialised vision and sound editing, an introduction to social media campaign management and content creation for the fast-growing social media sector.
North Metropolitan TAFE offers this qualification in semester 2 each year.
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