ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY Certificate III Is this course for me? This course will broaden your knowledge of the entertainment industry. You will develop a range of skills in the areas of STAGE MANAGEMENT, LIGHTING AND SOUND. You will be given comprehensive introductory training in these areas to enable further study at a higher level. What will I be doing? Due to the practical nature of this course many of the modules will be delivered in a combined way. You will be involved in projects with other students as well as individual tasks. Below are the modules that will be delivered: Units will include Source and apply entertainment industry knowledge Work with others Provide first aid Communicate in the workplace Provide quality service to customers Apply a general knowledge of lighting to work activities Apply a general knowledge of audio to work activities Apply a general knowledge of staging to work activities Apply a general knowledge of vision systems to work activities Handle physical elements safely during bump in/bump out Record and operate standard lighting cues Move and set up instruments and equipment Research prepare and maintain props How will I be assessed? Students will be assessed on group projects, individual assignments and participation throughout the course. What can I expect upon completing this course? When you finish this course you may explore the career paths of theatre worker, assistant technician, assistant mechanist or assistant stage manager. Completion of this course may give you credits towards TAFE Certificate IV in Live Production, Theatre and Events or in related areas of sound and lighting. 240 Hrs - Year 11 - 3 terms - Year 12 - 4 terms Duration NB: Some modules may be delivered during the holiday periods to facilitate fast tracking of the course. 2 units in year 11 HSC Units UAI - Yes 2 units in year 12 Work Placement Yes 70 Hours Work Placement 120 Hrs TAFE Transcript of Academic Achievement Qualification 160 Hrs Certificate II In Live Production Theatre and Events 320 Hrs Certificate llI in Live Production Theatre and Events TAFE Course Number 7491 When Tuesdays 2pm to 6pm. Additional days/times may be available Why Bradfield Senior College? If you would like the opportunity to study in a progressive and supportive adult learning environment under the guidance and mentorship of industry professionals: Bradfield Senior College is for you. Celebrating fourteen years of student service, Bradfield Senior College has established a unique Sydney-wide role integrating TAFE NSW qualifications, industry training and the Higher School Certificate. Bradfield offers excellent student outcomes, individual attention and a caring and supportive environment. The College is proud of its diverse student population, strong values of tolerance, workplace discipline code, a wide range of subject choices and excellent facilities. Is there an entry requirement? Students enrolled in this course must have completed Year 10 or its equivalent and an interview. A high level of commitment and professional behaviour is expected at all times. The course is primarily a practical one and students will be required to rehearse performances and complete projects outside normal class time. What do I do if I wish to apply? Return your completed application form to: Bradfield Senior College 192 Pacific Highway Crows Nest NSW 2065 Fax 02 9448 4208 th First Round Applications close 4 December 2009. Applications will be accepted after this date if places are still available. For more information and application forms please contact TVET Course Information on 02 9448 4200, email@example.com or go to www.bradfieldcollege.info Course will only commence if there are sufficient numbers to form a viable class. Details relating to course content are correct at time of printing but are subject to change without notice.
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