CUA40915 Certificate IV in Music Industry – Sound Production
CUA40915 Certificate IV in Music Industry – Sound Production is part of the Music Training Package. It is designed for people who want to develop skills in composition and production of audio including music and dialogue. The course also covers areas such as copyright, professional audio equipment, mixing live audio and sound editing.
This qualification aims to provide a broad range of skills for those who wish to work in the Music Industry.
This qualification would suit:
- People who are looking to develop their basic knowledge of audio technology and take them to the next step by applying that knowledge to a range of projects in the area of sound reinforcement, recording, radio and sound for video.
Students completing this course have the following options:
Continue study in one of the following:
CUA50815 Diploma of Music Industry – Sound Production
ICT40315 Certificate IV in Web-based Technologies then
CUF50207 Diploma of Interactive Digital Media
CUF40107 Certificate IV in Screen and Media then
CUF50107 Diploma of Screen and Media
Joining the workforce in one of the following areas:
Live theatre and events: as a sound technician
Recording Studio: mixer/audio engineer
Music retail: administrative and sales staff
Television and radio: music promoters, technical staff, sound track producers and mixers
Schools as a sound technician
Organisations as an event technician (churches, corporate groups, mobile public address sound systems and hospitality organisations)
Dates and Times
- Next Intake: 14 February – 24 November 2017
- Duration: 3 days per week, Tuesday to Thursday, 9am to 4pm
- Contact us on 1300 655 307 to register for the Information Session and book an Interview time.
Classroom based delivery through multiple training strategies with the focus on applying the skills including:
Skill sessions – theory/knowledge
Specialised workshops with industry practitioners
Skill based activities – practical tasks
Simulated workroom learning
Off campus: Short projects in industry settings eg Rock Challenge
Throughout all assessments, Occupational Health and Safety procedures must be followed.
- Assessment takes place throughout the training period and at the end of projects
- Assessment will happen on the job and/or in a simulated workplace, activities.
- Individual assessments may include: assessment checklists, workbooks, assignments, portfolios, music projects, student presentations.
- Strategies may include: demonstrations, studio-based observation, written work, presentation, role play and case studies.
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Fees and Payments
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Students are required to attend a Suitability Interview.
Suitability Interviews are held in November and January each year.
Previous experience in sound/or music is preferred but not essential.
The CUA40915 Certificate IV in Music Industry – Sound Production requires the successful completion of 14 units consisting of 3 core units, 7 specialist units and 4 elective units.