CERTIFICATE II (YEAR 11) AND III (YEAR 12) IN MUSIC

Recommended: 'C' grade in Music

Cost: $150 and the cost of a private or College instrument or vocal lesson.

Year 11 Certificate II in Music - CUA20620
Recommended: Pass in Year 10 Music
Cost: The cost of music tuition. VET Fee - $120

Course Description
CUA20620 Certificate II in Music is offered to students in partnership with the College of Sound and Music Production (RTO #41549). This qualification is for those students who have an interest in music and are keen to develop skills as a musician or producer with the aim to perform, use music technology and be involved with live music events.

Core units of competency in the program include developing and updating industry knowledge, participating in work, health and safety processes and working effectively with others. The elective units in the program allow students to develop skills in an area of their interest from preparing for performances, developing audio skills and knowledge or repairing and maintaining audio equipment. It is offered as a preparatory program and pathway into the Certificate III in Music course.

Possible Future Career Opportunities:

• Musician • Music Technician • Singer
• Stage Producer • Director • Stage Manger
• Session Musician • Performer • Songwriter
• Band member • Arranger • Promoter

Pathway Options:

  • CUA30915 Certificate III in Music
  • CUA40915 Certificate IV in Music
  • CUA50815 Diploma of Music 
  • CUA60515 Advanced Diploma of Music 

Contribution to Senior Secondary Certificate (Non-Victorian Schools):

  • Provide credit towards the attainment of a student’s Senior Secondary Certificate
  • Provide credit towards further tertiary study
  • Support a student’s transition from secondary school to employment or further
    vocational education and training

RTO Details:
College of Sound and Music Production (RTO #41549)
Phone: (03) 9592 4801
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Website: cosamp.com.au

Mode of delivery
The program will be delivered through class-based tasks that will simulate industry environment and work outcomes. Students will participate in a range of school-based performance events and or productions, and where possible engage in local community and industry activities. Students may also attend private instrumental lessons contributing to their learning.

A range of teaching and learning strategies will be used to deliver the competencies. These Include:

  • Team or Group Work
  • Face-to-Face
  • Blended Learning (online)
  • Self-Paced Learning
  • Lecture or Presentation
  • Simulated or Real Workplace Activities
  • Practical Demonstration
  • Role play
  • Independent learning
  • Case studies
  • Discussion

Year 12 Certificate III in Music - CUA30920

Prerequisites: Successful Completion of Cert II in Year 11 Music VET. Option to complete Cert II Music in Year 12 through discussion with the Head of Learning Area.

Cost:
The cost of a private or College instrument or vocal lesson.

Course Description 

CUA30920 Certificate III in Music is offered to students in partnership with the College of Sound and Music Production (RTO #41549).

This qualification is for those students who have an interest in music and are keen to develop skills for the contemporary music industry. The Certificate III in Music allows for specialisations in Performance and Sound Production.
Core units of competency in the program include developing and updating industry knowledge, participating in work, health and safety processes and working effectively with others. The elective units in the program allow students to develop skills in an area of their interest from preparing for performances, developing audio skills and knowledge or repairing and maintaining audio equipment. It is offered as a preparatory program and pathway into the Certificate IV in Music course.

Possible Future Career Opportunities:

• Musician • Music Technician • Singer
• Stage Producer • Director • Stage Manger
• Session Musician • Performer • Songwriter
• Band member • Arranger • Promoter

Pathway Options:

  • CUA40915 Certificate IV in Music
  • CUA50815 Diploma of Music
  • CUA60515 Advanced Diploma of Music

Contribution to Senior Secondary Certificate (Non-Victorian Schools):

  • Provide credit towards the attainment of a student’s Senior Secondary Certificate
  • Provide credit towards further tertiary study
  • Support a student’s transition from secondary school to employment or further
    vocational education and training

RTO Details:

College of Sound and Music Production (RTO #41549)
Phone: (03) 9592 4801
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Website: cosamp.com.au

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