Diploma of Music Industry - CUA50815


This qualification is part of the Creative Arts and Culture Training Package. It reflects the role of individuals who have a sound theoretical knowledge base and use a range of specialised, technical or managerial competencies to plan, carry out and evaluate their own work, and/or that of a team, in their chosen field in the music industry.


16 units: 4 core; 12 elective

Subjects you can Study:

Implement sound designs; Manage physical assets; Compile music for soundtracks; Analyse data from international markets; Investigate and design e-business solutions; Coordinate sound recording operations on location; Prepare compositions for publishing; Establish legal and risk management requirements of small business; Record sound on location; Mix recorded music; Plan market research; Develop own sustainable professional practice; Edit texts; Provide instrumental or vocal tuition; Coordinate touring arrangements; Manage distribution of music and associated products; Develop strategies to monetise digital engagement; Conduct research; Facilitate continuous improvement; Manage audio operations for outdoor events; Administer artists' royalty income; Develop techniques for composing music; Manage on-site event operations; Develop and manage complex public relations campaigns; Refine aural perception skills; Record sound; Develop and manage a budget; Lead and manage team effectiveness; Manage personal work priorities and professional development; Manage quality customer service; Manage risk; Develop a media plan; Perform music as part of a group; Plan social media engagement; Develop techniques for arranging music; Incorporate interactive technology into performance; Develop repertoire as part of a backup group; Establish systems that support innovation; Edit dialogue; Manage media assets; Design and develop an integrated marketing communication plan; Manage budgets and financial plans; Prepare a program for performance; Manage the operation of stage monitor systems; Select event venues and sites; Obtain and manage sponsorship; Originate and develop concepts; Manage people performance; Promote products and services to international markets; Manage licensing and assignment of works; Write persuasive copy; Compose music using electronic media; Manage wireless audio operations; Implement and monitor WHS policies, procedures and programs to meet legislative requirements; Design and develop learning resources; Critique cultural works; Develop conference programs; Perform accompaniment; Develop sound designs; Perform music using digital media; Interpret market trends and developments; Manage event staging components; Identify and evaluate marketing opportunities; Present live audition programs; Manage meetings; Provide musical leadership in performance; Provide freelance services; Produce sound recordings; Create mass print media advertisements; Develop technical skills and expand repertoire; Manage artists and their careers; Manage fundraising and sponsorship activities; Manage business document design and development; Implement and monitor marketing activities; Provide tuition for composition; Rehearse music for group performances; Manage copyright arrangements; Manage an information or knowledge management system; Mix live audio; Coordinate production of brochures and marketing materials; Develop event concepts; Create a final sound balance; Maintain and enhance professional practice; Establish and adjust the marketing mix; Implement design solutions; Establish and maintain safe creative practice; Manage audio system control networks; Perform improvisation for audiences; Introduce cloud computing into business operations; Perform music as a soloist; Establish and manage recording contracts; Perform music from written notation; Undertake project work; Manage operational plan; Apply music industry knowledge; Manage front of house services; Manage project time; Plot and manage cues from musical scores; Compose music for screen; Write about music; Manage project integration; Work effectively in a business continuity context; Design and develop learning strategies; Administer music publishing income; Develop and maintain stagecraft skills; Create mass electronic media advertisements; Organise event infrastructure; Manage the promotion of creative acts; Develop and implement sound plans; Extend expertise in specialist creative fields; Develop performance techniques on a second instrument; Use social media tools for collaboration and engagement; Profile international markets; Develop artists and repertoire; Source funding for projects; Research and comply with regulatory requirements; Build and sustain an innovative work environment; Develop and implement crisis management plans; Edit sound; Analyse consumer behaviour for specific international markets

Accepts International Students:


Provider CRICOS: 03041M

Related Careers:

Musician, Sound Technician,
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TasTAFE have a range of flexible and supported learning options available around the state to ensure that education and training programs suit individual learning styles, interests and business training needs. These options include online, workplace, self-paced, distance and evening classes, as well as onsite-training for business clients and apprentices.

Provider CRICOS: 03041M

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