The Diploma of Screen and Media (CUA51015) is an 18 months full-time course which trains the creative aspects and theoretical fundamentals of filmmaking, but primarily focuses on the technical and organisational skills that ensures success in the industry.
QSFT’s Diploma of Screen and Media course equips students with a thorough working knowledge of the film and television industry. Students will comprehensively learn about the technical, organisational, creative, and fundamental aspects of filmmaking in a highly supportive environment.
Students are required to roll up their sleeves and experience the practical reality of filmmaking, at the same time exploring the finer creative points of this exciting and challenging medium.
Our highly sought-after Diploma of Screen and Media program gives students a first-class working knowledge of the film and television industry, taught within a supportive learning environment. Students will complete the course with qualified knowledge and skill to pursue employment within the areas of the creative industry.
Mid-year entry is available and students may elect to study individual subjects offered in the course without completing the entire Diploma.
Unit Code / Description
BSBCRT501 – Originate and Develop Concepts
BSBCRT402 – Collaborate in a creative process
BSBPMG522 – Undertake Project Work
CUAPPR505 – Establish and Maintain Safe Creative Practice
BSBREL401A – Maintain and Apply Creative Arts Industry Knowledge
CUASOU410 – Record Sound on Location
CUAWRT502 – Develop Storylines and Treatments
CUAPRP401 – Coordinate Props
CUAPPM411 – Compile Production Schedules
CUAPOS502 – Perform Primary and Secondary Colour Correction
CUAPOS401 – Edit Screen Content for Fast Turnaround
CUAANM402 – Create Digital Visual Effects
CUADRT501 – Direct Rehearsals of Performers
CUACAM601 – Direct Cinematography for Screen Productions
CUACAM401 – Shoot a Wide Range of Screen Content
BSBMKG527 – Plan Social Media Engagement
BSBMKG413 – Promote Products and Services
CUALGT402 – Implement Lighting Designs
Television Commercial Production
On-set Techniques & Safety
Business Essentials for the Creative Industry
Casting and Direct Rehearsals
Social Media Engagement
Promote Creative Projects
The Queensland School of Film and Television offers a Scholarship for school-leavers applying for the Diploma of Screen and Media Program.
The scholarship is for full-time participation in the course()s 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.
To be eligible you need to:
Applications for the scholarship will only be accepted if you have met all the above criteria.
QSFT will assess all applications against certain criteria. Selection Process will be based on:
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 firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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 email@example.com or call (07) 3392 7788 for further assistance.
QFST Students enrolled in 3 or 4 Areas of Study may be eligible for bus and train discounts, and can apply for Austudy and/or Youth Allowance. Please contact Centrelink for further details.