Diploma of Screen and Media - CUA51015

William Blue College of Hospitality Management

This qualification is part of the Creative Arts and Culture Training Package. It reflects the role of individuals who possess a sound theoretical knowledge base and use a range of specialised, technical or managerial competencies to plan, carry out and evaluate the work of self and/or team in the film, television, radio and interactive media industries. Specialisations in Interactive Media; Screen and Media and Specialist Make-up Services are available.

Structure:

15 units: 3 core; 12 elective

Subjects you can Study:

Pull focus; Style wigs and hairpieces for performances or productions; Implement sound designs; Compile music for soundtracks; Direct television programs and segments; Design, apply and remove make-up; Coordinate sound recording operations on location; Establish legal and risk management requirements of small business; Record sound on location; Coordinate props; Develop own sustainable professional practice; Direct performers for screen productions; Edit texts; Obtain revenue to support operations; Conduct research; Design interaction; Edit screen content for fast turnaround; Coordinate the logistics of special effects operations; Identify and interpret compliance requirements; Create 3D digital animations; Direct rehearsals of performers; Explore issues on air; Design and apply specialised make-up; Develop, implement and monitor program schedules; Style hair for performances or productions; Manage and monitor business or records systems; Create 3D digital environments; Lead and manage team effectiveness; Create user interfaces; Manage risk; Incorporate and edit digital video; Manage project procurement; Plan social media engagement; Design user interfaces; Prepare tender documentation; Apply digital texturing for the 3-D environment in digital games; Establish systems that support innovation; Promote products and services; Edit dialogue; Manage media assets; Shoot material for screen productions under special conditions; Support the recruitment, selection and induction of staff; Create storyboards; Manage safety aspects of screen productions; Organise and facilitate rehearsals; Undertake the roles and responsibilities of committee or board members; Edit complex screen productions; Manage locations for film and media productions; Write pre-production safety reports; Undertake small business planning; Make a presentation; Develop and extend design skills and practice; Produce programs and program segments; Conduct interviews; Manage budgets and financial plans; Write narration and material for current affairs, features and documentaries; Collaborate in a creative process; Select and apply hair extensions; Develop and implement production work plans; Use casting and moulding techniques to make props; Originate and develop concepts; Interpret and respond to a design brief; Manage WHS risks; Manage recruitment selection and induction processes; Create prosthetics for special make-up effects; Integrate database with a website; Design information architecture; Write persuasive copy; Design games; Communicate with the community; Compile production schedules; Develop sound designs; Maintain and apply creative arts industry knowledge; Write extended stories; Research international business opportunities; Shoot a wide range of screen content; Licence to perform dogging; Create special effects items; Develop complex cascading style sheets; Licence to perform rigging advanced level; Produce sound recordings; Plan small business finances; Maintain and protect cultural values in the organisation; Manage fundraising and sponsorship activities; Use and respect copyright; Design and apply special make-up effects; Create 3D digital models; Schedule radio playlists; Design e-learning resources; Manage copyright arrangements; Licence to perform rigging intermediate level; Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices; Negotiate and monitor contracts; Design digital simulations; Develop and use complex spreadsheets; Create a final sound balance; Create digital visual effects; Vision mix television productions; Implement design solutions; Establish and maintain safe creative practice; Coordinate hazardous action sequences; Design animation and digital visual effects; Maintain broadcast equipment and facilities; Apply intermediate object-oriented language skills; Licence to perform rigging basic level; Coordinate the testing of interactive media products; Develop storylines and treatments; Realise productions; Articulate, present and debate ideas; Make wigs and hairpieces; Develop and discuss ideas for own creative work; Maintain make-up and hair continuity; Undertake project work; Manage project risk; Set up and operate lighting cues and effects; Apply scripting language in authoring; Develop complex web page layouts; Work effectively in a business continuity context; Review and apply the constitution; Coordinate film and media production services and resources; Follow Aboriginal cultural protocols; Create titles for screen productions; Work safely in the construction industry; Shoot screen content in a multi-camera environment; Extend expertise in specialist creative fields; Create advanced 3D digital models; Create 3D digital character animation; Establish networks; Build and sustain an innovative work environment; Design digital applications; Write complex documents; Edit sound; Perform primary and secondary colour correction; Implement lighting designs; Apply intermediate programming skills in another language

Accepts International Students:

Yes

Provider CRICOS: 00246M (NSW)

Campus ATAR/OP Mid Year Intake Study Mode Duration
Brisbane No info
The Rocks No info

William Blue College of Hospitality Management at Torrens University Australia (TUA) is a leading Australian private hospitality college offering bachelor degrees, associate degrees and diploma courses that specialise in culinary management, event management, tourism and hospitality management. What makes our learning experience truly unique is not just our strong focus on theory, technique and outstanding academic results, but our push towards developing the careers of our students to maximise their global employability.

William Blue Dining TUA’s award-winning student training restaurant open to the public. With a seating capacity of 60 places, it’s open to the public for lunch and dinner, and gives vocational students the chance to learn upmarket food and beverage service skills in a live environment. William Blue Dining showcases the talents required of a hospitality industry professional. The daily interaction with real customers will give you a deeper understanding of the many challenges of the industry – operational, financial or even psychological. This understanding will single you out from less experienced colleagues in the workplace.

Part of the college’s niche is strong engagement with the wider hospitality industry, largely through the operation of William Blue Dining as well as through connections with celebrity chefs such as Giovanni Pilu, Colin Fassnidge and Neil Perry.

Your education is one of the most formative episodes of your life. So your time at William Blue must be tailored for your needs. William Blue courses teach wide reaching principles that are relevant to the individual's dreams and aspirations of our students. We offer a variety of learning methods including on-campus, online, blended learning and practical experience through our multi-award-winning training restaurant and our Industry Placement program. 

At William Blue, we strive to provide a relevant and modern education that not only teaches the skills, but also provides avenues for these skills to be honed in professional environments with real customers. You won’t just learn how to cook; you’ll learn how a successful business is run. You’ll learn how to run a memorably event, how to market a destination to anyone, and more. 

Industry Placements

All William Blue students studying an Associate Degree or above undertake an industry placements with some of the most prestigious hospitality, tourism and events organisations in Australia and the world. A successful industry placement, combined with further work experience or internships, will make you a highly employable and highly skilled professional, ready to work in the hospitality, tourism, events or restaurant sectors.

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