Certificate IV in Theatre and Screen Performance
Actors College of Theatre & Television Pty Ltd
|Campus||Mid Year Intake?||Study Mode||Entry Requirements|
|Surry Hills||No||Full-time internal||
No minimum education
This course offers training in theatre and screen performance for stage, film or television. It integrates acting, voice and movement skills with performance training and delivery. Students learn about the application of techniques to acting and production roles in the performing arts.
Subjects you can Study
Acquire and develop knowledge of theatre and screen history; Develop and apply basic screen acting skills; Develop voice skills for acting; Develop audition techniques; Develop vocal techniques for use in performance; Rehearse technique for performance; Employ a range of acting skills in performance; plus more.
About Actors College of Theatre & Television Pty LtdEstablished in 1992, Actors College of Theatre and Television is a Registered Training Organisation offering courses in stage and screen acting, stage management, music theatre, theatre and events, theatre and screen performance and live production. The employed teaching methodology, tutors and curriculum provides students with the opportunity to draw upon proven techniques and practical experience.
Provider CRICOS: 01544D RTO code: 90168
Certificate IVCourse code: 10345NAT
- Full-time internal = 0.5 year
No minimum education
Life after Study
Actors portray roles in live and recorded or filmed productions. In the live performance area, an actor may perform in theatre, opera or variety. In the recorded medium, an actor may perform roles in theatre, film, radio, television, commercials, webisodes, mobisodes or other material distributed online.
Entertainers captivate, amuse or thrill an audience with dramatic, musical and other performances. They may perform a variety of tasks depending on their area of expertise.
Film and television producers' assistants provide technical and other assistance for the production, recording and/or broadcasting of artistic performances, news, sports and special events.
Film, stage and television directors direct the overall production, or specific aspects of the production, of films, television programmes or stage shows. They have the final responsibility for making sure that everything is ready to be filmed or performed.