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.
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.