This qualification is recommended for students who wish to work in the music industry. By the end of this full year course you should be able to confidently play, make music in a group by developing the skills for working in an ensemble, develop industry knowledge and operate recording and P.A. equipment using safe handling practices. You are also given experience in music creation including song writing.
You are required work independently to gather evidence and maintain a portfolio of work samples and relevant information. You must own your own instrument and accessories and previous experience with that instrument is essential (chords, riffs, tabs etc.). You will select from Guitar, Bass, Drums or Voice and be assessed on one instrument only.
By completing this course, you can apply to study a higher certificate at Cyril Jackson Senior Campus, a State Training Provider or TAFE. Other possibilities include
applying to study music (Contemporary) at WAAPA. It is also highly recommended that students complete Workplace Learning with this course to gain relevant industry experience.
|Unit of competency||Hours|
|CUAIND201||Develop and apply creative arts industry knowledge|
|BSBWOR203||Work effectively with others|
|BSBWHS201||Contribute to health and safety of others|
|CUAMLT201||Develop and apply musical ideas and listening skills|
|CUASOU203||Assist with sound recordings|
|CUAMPF201||Play or sing simple musical pieces|
|CUAMPF203||Develop ensemble skills for playing or singing music|
|CUAMPC201||Incorporate technology into music making|
Certificate cost: $350.00
N.B. Fees must be paid before students will be permitted to attend excursions
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