Certificate IV in Screen and Media (Film and Television)

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Looking for an exciting career in film, TV, or screen media? This nationally recognised qualification can get you there, with hands on learning and best practice industry training!

You will gain specialist skills in general screen and media production, with a specialist focus on film and television. You'll learn about understanding copyright, drawing and storyboarding to communicate ideas, producing digital images using industry programs and technology, managing work priorities, picture composition and camera technique, sound and vjsion recording and editing, content creation, artistic direction and much more!

Apprenticeship or Traineeship
Industry: Creative Industries
National course code: CUA41220 | WA State ID: AE15

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Start your film school journey at North Metropolitan TAFE

In this course you'll gain industry based skills designed to give you the confidence to work within the screen and media industries.

You will gain practical experience in a variety of hands-on and immersive sessions covering picture composition and camera technique, sound recording, content creation and artistic direction as well as industry specialised vision and sound editing.

You will work on a variety of task-focused projects while developing a portfolio of work showcasing your skills and knowledge in media production.

Once you’ve completed this course, you will have the opportunity to continue to the Diploma of Screen and Media (Film and Television) to further develop your skills and knowledge toward a career in scripted film making.

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