CUA30915 Certificate III In Music Industry (Business)
Intro to Music Event Management
(SACE Stage Two; Recommended for Yr 11 & 12)
Music Event Management
Have you ever wondered how Music Festivals & Local Events work?
This course gives you hands on, practical experience, that takes you through the process, from an idea, to a plan, right down to what happens on the day of a Festival, as well as every aspect of Planning your own Event, which will happen in a local venue.
Please note: Due to enrolment numbers the Certificate III in Music Industry (Business and Introduction to Music Event Management) course will no longer be offered in 2018. Music SA apologies for any inconvenience caused.
32 Weeks commencing Thursday 8th February 2018 (week 2, Term 1)
Thursdays 9:30am to 3:30pm
St Paul’s Creative Centre
200 Pulteney St
Adelaide SA 5000
(corner of Flinders St)
2018 Course Outline now available online here.
Nationally Accredited Units of Competency:
SACE Credits: 45 Credits at Stage 2
|BSBWHS201||Contribute to health and safety of self and others (20)|
|CUACMP301||Implement copyright arrangements (20)|
|CUAIND303||Work effectively in the music industry (35)|
|CUAMLT302||Apply knowledge of style and genre to music industry practice (40)|
|BSBSMB301||Investigate micro business opportunities (30)|
|CUAIND304||Plan a career in the creative arts industry (35)|
|ICTWEB201||Use social media tools for collaboration and engagement (20)|
|SITXEVT304||Provide event staging support (31)|
|CUAIND201||Develop and apply creative arts industry knowledge (20)|
|CUAMLT202||Apply knowledge of music culture to music making (25)|
|CUASTA202||Assist with bump in and bump out of shows (80)|
Certificate III in Music Industry (Introduction to Music Event Management) provided under auspice arrangement by the College of Sound and Music Production (COSAMP – RTO no. 41549)
Pre-course experience or pre-requisites:
Students will be required to have completed studies at Certificate I and/or Certificate II level OR have completed year 10 (do not have to be currently at school). The course has a Twin Focus in Music Business. As such students do not need to be musicians themselves, but have an interest in the music industry as a career. Musicians are also encouraged to participate, as these are the same skills they will need to pursue their own careers as a self managed artist in the modern music industry as well as enhancing their song writing & performance skills.