Advanced Diploma of Live Production and Management Services
Live Production and Management Services course details
Course description and aims
This qualification reflects the role of individuals working in the entertainment industry who are expected to apply theory and creative skills in a range of situations and to display initiative and judgement in planning activities. They have significant autonomy in performing complex technical operations and for making a range of business and production management decisions.
In some States and Territories of Australia a restricted electrical licence is required. Restricted electrical licences allow a person to carry out electrical work incidental to a trade. Incidental work may include fault-finding on equipment or changing like for like equipment by disconnecting and reconnecting the fixed wiring. It does not include any other changes to the fixed wiring.
National Standard for Licensing Persons Performing High Risk Work
The National Standard for Licensing Persons Performing High Risk Work applies to persons performing dogging and rigging work. Completion of the following units is required for certification at either basic, intermediate or advanced levels.
- CPCCLDG3001A Licence to perform dogging
- CPCCLRG3001A Licence to perform rigging basic level
- CPCCLRG3002A Licence to perform rigging intermediate level
- CPCCLRG4001A Licence to perform rigging advanced level.
National Code of Practice for Induction for Construction Work
Sets and staging for some performances or events may fall within the definition of construction work. If so, people entering the construction site are required to complete the general induction training program specified by the National Code of Practice for Induction Training for Construction Work (Australian Safety Compensation Council, May 2007).
Achievement of the unit 'CPCCOHS1001A Work safely in the construction industry' from the CPC08 Construction, Plumbing and Services Training Package fulfils this requirement.
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Course outcomes and careers
Entry to this qualification is limited to those who:
1. Have completed CUAWHS302 Apply work health and safety practices or can demonstrate equivalence; and
2. Are able to demonstrate technical production skills in at least one specialisation that support learning at Advanced Diploma level. A specialisation could comprise skills in at least one of the following areas:
- screen and media
- production design
- scenery and props
- stage management
- vision systems.
In particular, they must be able to provide evidence of their ability to:
- develop solutions in at least one specialisation;
- produce a body of work demonstrating technical skills in at least one specialisation;
- respond effectively to workplace challenges and requirements in line with current industry standards; and
- apply knowledge of trends and traditions in at least one specialisation.
Those skills and knowledge may have been acquired through personal or work experience, or through formal study.
Enrol at any location
Attend the following information session to meet with the teaching staff, discuss the course and get more information about enrolment and next steps.
Wednesday 11 October 2017 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm at Design Centre Enmore, 110 Edgeware Road, Building D, Ground Floor, The Exhibition Space; OR
Wednesday 1 November 2017 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm at Design Centre Enmore, 110 Edgeware Road, Building D, Ground Floor, The Exhibition Space; OR
Wednesday 6 December 2017 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm at Design Centre Enmore, 110 Edgeware Road, Building D, Ground Floor, The Exhibition Space.
You will need to attend approximately 17 hours of class a week over 4 days. An indication of how your weekly timetable may look is: Tuesday to Friday 8:30am to 6:00pm.
GET YOUR UNIQUE STUDENT IDENTIFIER (USI)
Before you enrol you must have a Unique Student Identifier (USI). Visit http://www.usi.gov.au/students/create-your-usi to request a USI. Remember to add Sydney TAFE to your account via the Manage Permissions page (code: 90003, name: TAFE NSW - Sydney Institute).
Find out more about applying and enrolling: http://www.sydneytafe.edu.au/courses/applying-and-enrolling
PAYMENT OPTIONS AND ASSISTANCE
This course is approved for a Commonwealth VET Student Loan (VSL). If you meet the VSL eligibility and academic suitability requirements, you are able to apply to the Commonwealth for a loan to cover all or part of your course fee. We will ask you whether you would like to apply for a VET Student Loan when you enrol and advise you of the process.
The loan cap for this course is $10,150. This means the maximum amount you can borrow for each unit of study is $2,538, and you will need to directly pay the remaining $390 for each Unit of Study.
Find out more about VET Student Loans at http://studyassist.gov.au/sites/studyassist/vet%20student%20loans/pages/vet%20student%20loans
Direct payment by Unit of Study instalments is available for this course.
The Units of Study and associated fees for this course are detailed below. Fees are charged on the census day for each unit of study. To secure a loan for part or all of your course, you must be eligible and submit a valid application to the Commonwealth for a VET Student Loan. You may withdraw prior to the census date without incurring a fee.
Find out about recognition: http://www.sydneytafe.edu.au/courses/recognition
Resource will be required to successfully complete this course and will cost approximately $190.00 for materials/consumables, subsidising field trips and visits, safety equipment and/or toolkits and general resources.
READ BEFORE YOU ENROL
Fees, payment and refunds: http://www.sydneytafe.edu.au/courses/fees-and-charges
Financial assistance: http://www.sydneytafe.edu.au/courses/financial-assistance
The Advanced Diploma of Live Production and Management Services is unique to the Design Centre Enmore. Students will explore all areas of production design for stage, film, festivals, events and television including set and costume, props, model making, prosthtetics and SFX make-up, art direction for film and editing techniques, lighting and construction techniques and entertainment management. Areas of study are delivered by some of Australia's most respected designers in ouw own film studion, editing, computer and workshop facilities. Graduates that have completed their Advanced Diploma might expect employment across a broad range of creative industries in the entertainment sphere and beyond including corporate and community events and festivals, professional and community theatre, television production houses and the film industry.
Units of Study
|Code||Name||Start Date||End Date||Census||Amount|
|UOS VSL-Advanced Diploma of Live Production and Management Services||2018/02/05||2018/04/20||2018/04/03||$2918.00|
|UOS VSL-Advanced Diploma of Live Production and Management Services||2018/04/23||2018/07/06||2018/06/04||$2918.00|
|UOS VSL-Advanced Diploma of Live Production and Management Services||2018/07/02||2018/09/14||2018/08/06||$2918.00|
|UOS VSL-Advanced Diploma of Live Production and Management Services||2018/09/17||2018/11/30||2018/11/05||$2916.00|
|Number||Subject name||Nominal hours|
|CUAPPR602||Collaborate in professional creative projects||50|
|FNSORG501||Develop and manage a budget||80|
|BSBWHS605||Develop, implement and maintain WHS management systems||50|
|CUAACD601||Extend professional expertise with drawing and other visual representation tools||60|
|CUAPPM503||Incorporate creative and technical needs into management processes||150|
|CUADIG509||Investigate technologies for the creation of digital art||70|
|BSBDES601||Manage design realisation||50|
|CUAPPM601||Manage pre-production for shows and events||150|
|BSBCRT601||Research and apply concepts and theories of creativity||65|
|BSBPMG522||Undertake project work||60|
|CUAIND601||Work professionally in the creative arts industry||70|