Certificate II in Acting - Screen

Australian College of Dramatic Arts

This course will develop student knowledge of the variety of careers available in the film and television industries, as well as develop students' acting and technical competence. It provides the fundamental information for entry into this industry while developing actor skills and individual student growth. The course focuses on an overview of the film and TV industry, governing bodies, film and TV careers and skills, types of auditions, audition preparation, script knowledge and development, skills and abilities for acting in front of camera. Practical filming lessons alternate between theory lessons.

Entry Requirements:

No minimum education

Subjects you can Study:

Develop and apply creative arts industry knowledge; Work with others; Organise personal work priorities and development; Participate in OHS process; Prepare self for performance; Access and use the internet; Prepare and present self for auditions; Develop script knowledge and performance skills; Develop acting techniques

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Established in 1992, Australian College of Dramatic Arts is a Registered Training Organisation offering a nationally accredited acting for screen course, specialising in the VET in Schools sector.

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