Queensland School of Film and Television | Certificate III in Screen and Media – High School Program (CUA31015)
Queensland School of Film and Television (QSFT) is one of Queensland's longest operating film school. In its 20 years history, QSFT is driven to set the international standard for excellence in every aspect of training in film and television production. Through broad-based, relevant theoretical study and practical training, delivered by enthusiastic and supportive industry professionals, QSFT students gain the skills, knowledge, professional competence and personal confidence required for a highly successful career in the film and television production industry.
Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, School, Film, Television, Education, Diploma, Certificate III, Media, Production, Workshop, Screen
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Certificate III in Screen and Media – High School Program (CUA31015)

Course Overview

QSFT’s Certificate III in Screen and Media – High School Program (CUA31015) provides senior High School students with the opportunity to complete a nationally recognised qualification that provides the fundamental skills necessary to work in the film and television industry.

 

This program brings out the creative abilities needed in the new digital media platforms as well as in the conventional web applications used to engage customers in the competitive online world.

 

QSFT’s Certificate III in Screen and Media – High School Program (CUA31015) is designed for those eager to pursue a career in the challenging yet exciting film and television industry.  Over this 12 months course, high school students will learn basic production skills.

 

Upon completion, QSFT students will be competent to perform the following tasks:

  • Camera & Lighting Operation and Assisting
  • Editing
  • Sound Recording
  • Production Coordination

Once completed, students who wish to further develop their skills to enhance their career prospects, they are encouraged to undertake areas of study from the Diploma of Screen and Media course.

Key Points

  • Designed for Year 11 and 12 Student
  • 11 Units of Study
  • 12 Month Program
  • One Class per Week
  • 4 Terms which collaborate with high school schedules
  • Complete Package to Kick Start Your Film Career!

Career Opportunities

  • Camera/Lighting Assistant
  • Editing Assistant
  • Production Assistant
  • Runner
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Units of Study

Unit Code / Description

BSBWHS201  – Contribute to health and safety of self and others

CUAIND301   – Work effectively in the creative arts industry

BSBCRT301    – Develop and extend critical and creative thinking skills

CUACAM201  – Assist with a basic camera shoot

CUACAM301  – Shoot material for screen productions

BSBCRT101     – Apply critical thinking techniques

CUADIG301    – Prepare video assets

CUAPOS201    – Perform basic vision and sound editing

CUACAM302  – Rig camera infrastructure

CUALGT201   – Develop basic lighting skills and knowledge

CUASOU203  – Assist with sound recordings

Scholarship

The Queensland School of Film and Television (QSFT) offers Scholarship for students wanting to undertake the Certificate III in Screen and Media – High School Program.

 

The scholarship is for full-time participants of the courses and cannot be transferred or extended. If the student is unable to complete the program within the allocated time and wishes to complete the program past the full time course period, the remaining subjects will be at the student’s own cost.

 

The Scholarship is not redeemable for cash or any other forms of credit.

 

Eligibility

To be eligible you need to:

  • Enrolled in Certificate III in Screen and Media – High School Program
  • Completed year 10 study
  • Be an Australian Citizen/resident
  • Provide Expression of Interest (up to 300 words)
  •  Undertaken media related subjects

 

Applications for the scholarship will only be accepted if you have met all the above criteria.

 

Application Process

QSFT will assess all applications against certain criteria. Selection Process will be based on:

  • Meeting eligibility requirements
  • Passion for film and television
  • Goals
  • Career objectives
  • Quality of Portfolio (Optional)

Costs

Tuition Fees

Due to our flexible payment plans, Tuition fees are provided upon discussion with one of our QSFT staff.  Please register your interest to receive a copy of our Fee Schedule or contact (07) 3392 7788 or email info@qsft.qld.edu.au for more information.

 

 

Payment Plans

At QSFT we recognise that not all students have the financial resources to pay tuition fees upfront, therefore we offer an accommodating payment plan for each semester (using direct debit billing) for students undertaking 2-5 Areas of Study in the Diploma of Screen and Media. To apply for this payment plan, please contact us to request an FFA PaySmart form.

For more details on our payment plan options, contact the school via email info@qsft.qld.edu.au or call (07) 3392 7788 for further assistance.

Complete the Application Request Form. You will be redirected to the information download page after you submit the form.