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AVAILABLE COURSES

CUA31015 Certificate III in Media

CUA41215 Certificate IV in Screen and Media

CUA51015 Diploma of Screen and Media

 A limited number of places are available to interstate Indigenous students

 

CUA31015 Certificate III in Screen and Media

About the course

This course will help you gain basic radio announcing skills and give you experience in preparing radio programs. You will learn about interviewing skills, sound recording, sound editing and how to operate a radio panel.

Job roles

Job opportunities could include a community radio announcer/broadcaster/producer, a RIBS/BRACS operator, an audio assistant, an editing assistant, a sound mixing assistant and a DJ.   

CUA41215 Certificate IV in Screen and Media

About the course

This course develops your skills in film and television production. You will focus on scriptwriting, interview techniques, production and direction, camera work, and sound and vision editing. You will be expected to work as a team member as well as on individual projects.

Job roles

Job opportunities include many roles within the Indigenous media industry (as well as the wider Australian sector) such as a camera/lighting operator, a sound technician, a production assistant or a junior editor.

CUF51015 Diploma of Screen and Media

About the course

This course further develops your skills in film and television production. You will continue to learn about scriptwriting, interview techniques, production and direction, camera work, and sound and vision editing using industry standard software such as Final Cut Pro. There will be a focus on concept development and project management. You will be expected to work as a team member and on individual projects.

Job roles

Job opportunities include many roles within the Indigenous media industry (as well as the wider Australian sector) as a freelance filmmaker, producer/ director, production manager, editor or camera operator.

General information for these courses

Literacy and numeracy

When you enrol in a course at Batchelor Institute, you should be able to speak, read and write in English. If you need help to improve your literacy and numeracy skills, there are special courses and other assistance available.

Course delivery

This course will be delivered in mixed mode. Mixed mode means that sometimes workshops will be held at a campus or study centre of Batchelor Institute and other times the lecturer will travel to your community to deliver a workshop. Remember, if you are working you will need to talk to your employer and make sure it is OK to attend the workshops.

Student travel

If you have to live away from home while you are attending a workshop, your travel, accommodation and meals will be organised and paid for (if you are enrolled in a course subsidised by the NT government).

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 CONTACT

Freecall 1800 677 095

Email enquiries@batchelor.edu.au

Course fees now apply for most courses. Certain students may be exempt from course fees. Visit batchelor.edu.au/students/course-fees for more information.

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