Learn the skills for creating, producing and presenting both radio and television programs in this intensive, one-year Diploma of Screen and Media.
During the hands-on course, you will create and produce radio shows from the Chadstone campus radio studio and broadcast from our associate station, Southern FM 88.3.
You will also learn the skills to make and edit your own podcasts, promos and interview features.
Our campus studio is equipped with Zetta and G selector, the current playout software used by all the major commercial radio stations.
Enjoy the benefits of our unique partnership with community television station Channel 31, which allows you to create and produce your own television show HIT TV.
You will film and edit segments for the program and produce the hosted multi-cam links in our TV studio. The completed shows are broadcast on Channel 31 and online in late October.
You will also develop presentation and voice skills, participate in industry work experience and learn to promote your work.
Key study areas include researching and writing for radio and television, recording and editing sound for news stories, ads and radio features, panelling and producing live radio, and filming and editing video packages for broadcast.
You will also gain experience in various crew roles in a multi-camera TV studio, and presenting on radio and TV.
The Diploma of Screen and Media (Radio and TV) also covers areas such as media law, creative thinking, job seeking and maximising social media engagement.
Assessments are designed to provide learners with opportunities to demonstrate they have attained the required skills and knowledge using a range of practically based activities and tasks, as required by recognised standards.
Originate and develop concepts
Maintain and apply creative arts industry knowledge
Establish and maintain safe creative practice
Collaborate in a creative process
Promote products and services
Plan social media engagement
Coordinate outside broadcasts
Shoot a wide range of screen content
Edit complex screen productions
Produce programs and program segments
English language proficiency equivalent to IELTS 5.5 (Academic) with no individual bandscore
less than 5.0
RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING
You may be able to shorten the length of your chosen course by measuring skills acquired through work, life experiences or qualifications obtained from formal studies or training. AQF qualifications and statements of attainment issued by another registered training organisation will be recognised by Holmesglen. Read more about Recognition of Prior Learning, Credits and Advanced Standing.
QUALIFICATION AND RECOGNITION
On completion, you will receive a Diploma of Screen and Media.
Graduates who successfully complete this course can seek entry to the second year of Film and Television degree programs at many universities.
- Radio and television producer/presenter
- Camera/lighting operator
- Sound/picture editor
- Production assistant.
How to apply
APPLY VIA AGENT
Holmesglen recommends international students apply through one of our accredited student recruitment agents. This will assist you in the preparation of all application documents and ensure that you are well counselled on the Australian Government's Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) requirements for International students. Further information of the GTE requirements is available at: https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au.
To find out more, visit How to Apply for International Students.
If you have further questions about your application, please contact our International Centre:
T: 03 9564 1703
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