CUA50815 Diploma of Music Industry – Performance
CA50815 Diploma of Music Industry – Performance, is part of the Music Training Package. It is designed for people interested in further developing their knowledge of the music industry and learning more about the creative process, industry context and music composition.
This qualification aims to further develop skills in the technical and theoretical aspects of music, performance, composition, recording, improvisation, business and management. The Diploma of Music can lead to a career in the music industry, further musical studies, and is a nationally recognised qualification.
The Diploma of Music Industry – Performance is an ideal way to further study music for those people who hold a Certificate IV in Music Industry, a Pre-tertiary music qualification and people who have worked in the music industry and wish to gain skills and a qualification. The course covers a variety of essential skills needed for a career in the music industry.
Music is both an industry and an art form, meeting cultural and recreational needs while also offering employment opportunities across many sectors: recording, publishing, retail, radio, television, film, video, advertising, computer software, multimedia, teaching, and of course, performance.
The Music Training Package provides a grounding in a diverse range of skills required for a career in the music industry or a platform for further musical study at a tertiary level.
Students completing this course have the following options:
Continue study in one of the following:
Bachelor of Contemporary Arts at University
CUA40915 Certificate IV in Music Industry – Sound Production then
CUA50815 Diploma of Music Industry – Sound Production
- Skilled musicians such as instrumentalists, vocalists, ensemble and solo performers
Concert Halls & Venues – administrative and management staff.
Radio, Film & Television – music programmers, music directors, music promoters, music video specialists, technical staff, sound track producers, editors and mixers.
Advertising – jingle writers, musical directors and music librarians.
Music Teaching – schools, higher education and private studios.
Music Media – music critics, musicologists and researchers, music journalists and on air presenters.
Dates and Times
- Next Intake: 2018
- Information Session: Tuesday, 21 November 2017 – 10am to 12pm
- Venue: 3rd Floor, C Block, Alanvale Campus, Alanvale Road, Newnham
- Interviews will be held on 22, 23, 27, 28, 29 & 30 November 2017 – between 10am and 3pm
- Contact us on 1300 655 307 to register your interest for the Information Session and to book an interview time
The Diploma of Music Industry – Performance will be based around classroom delivery of theoretical aspects, technical information, and research and analysis activities.
Students will perform Music within the general community and work on real and simulated industry experiences. Students will be required to work independently (with guidance) on personal music performance skills.
Students will work in studio environments recording and producing individual projects and in collaboration with others.
Throughout all assessments, Occupational Health and Safety procedures must be followed.
- Assessment takes place throughout the year and at the end of projects
- Assessment will happen on the job and/or in a simulated workplace.
- Individual assessments may include: assessment checklists, workbooks, assignments, portfolios, projects, student presentations.
- Strategies may include: demonstrations, studio-based observation, exhibitions, presentation, role play, case studies, self and peer assessments.
For further details please refer to www.tastafe.tas.edu.au/future/recognition/
Fees and Payments
Interview to demonstrate an appropriate level of creative ability to enable successful completion of the program.
Students are required to attend a Suitability Interview. Suitability Interviews are held in November and January each year.
To achieve a Diploma of Music Industry – Performance requires successful competion of 16 units comprising of 3 core units, 7 specialist units and 6 elective units.