Certificate III in Screen and Media Canberra Institute of Technology

3.0 out of 5 from 1 review
Certificate III
26 Weeks Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

From the silver screen to your TV screen, to your desk top computer to your smart phone.
Learn the real skills and keys to success from an industry leading course that is hands on, practical, fun and engaging, with a leading team of industry experts.

Learn the basics and work on commercials and news. Crew on life style shows, live music concerts and our own online drama series.

This program will introduce you to broadcast and electronic media production processes, equipment and technology. You will participate in practical activities that provide insight into all key roles and processes in media production including: camera operation, editing, audio, lighting, script writing and working in production teams.

You will engage with the legal, WH&S and financial parameters that operate in the Australian media industry.

After completion you will understand the stages and roles of media production and be employable at entry level in the industry.

Archival media technician, Camera/lighting assistant, Community radio program maker/presenter, Editing assistant, Interactive media author assistant, Production...

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May 2018
Year completed 2015

Positives: The teachers are friendly and approachable, you can tell they have real passion for their work. The practical side of the course was fantastic.

Negatives: There wasn’t enough practical work done, doing things hands on is the best way to learn. The balance between theory work and practical work wasn’t good.


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