Diploma of Screen and Media
|Campus||Mid Year Intake?||Study Mode||Entry Requirements|
|Adelaide College of the Arts||No||
No minimum education
|Tea Tree Gully||No|
This qualification is part of the Screen and Media Training Package. It is designed for people who want to expand on their skills and knowledge of the media industry and in particular establishing networks, managing projects and taking part in the production of the media. Streams allow students to specialise as a producer, production manager, animation or visual effects designer, presenter or director of photography.
Subjects you can Study
Core: Make a presentation; Collaborate in a creative process; Establish networks; Manage projects; Ensure a safe workplace. Electives: Create titles for screen productions; Design animation and digital visual effects; Manage production for sound recording; Vision mix a television production; Pull focus; Manage and exploit copyright arrangements; Develop and extend design skills and practice; Direct performers; Maintain and protect culture; Provide services on a freelance basis; Implement lighting designs; Conduct interviews; Organise and facilitate rehearsals; plus more.
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Provider CRICOS: 00092B RTO code: 41026;HE
DiplomaCourse code: CUF50107
Adelaide College of the Arts
Tea Tree Gully
15 units: 5 core; 10 elective
No minimum education
Life after Study
Film and television camera operators set up, position and operate equipment in studios or on location to photograph or record people, events and scenes. Film camera operators use 16 mm and 35 mm film cameras or digital video for motion pictures, whereas television and video camera operators use cine-electronic television or digital video and video cameras for direct telecast and recording.
Film and television editors edit and assemble films and videos from raw, unedited footage ('dailies' or 'rushes'), taking into account the mood, pace and climax of films or television productions.
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.
Media presenters deliver a variety of radio, television and live programmes, including all music formats, music and chat programmes, interview and talkback programmes, news bulletins and sports programmes. They may also present rock and classical music concerts that are broadcast live to air, and pre-recorded programmes such as documentary and music specials.