CUA30915 Certificate III In Music Industry (Performance)
(SACE Stage Two; Recommended for Yr 11 & 12)
Songwriting & Performing Original Music
Each week, you will, write original songs, rehearse, culminating in recording a demo for Triple J Unearthed or Unearthed High Competition. If you use DAW for your song writing as well as traditional methods, this is the course for you.
You will examine the different styles of contemporary music and their relevance, learn structured methods, exploring creativity, set up and use a small P.A., rehearsal techniques and preparing for performances, as well as exploring genres such as electronic, hip hop, rock, pop, folk, punk, funk, soul.
32 Weeks commencing Friday 8th February 2019 (week 2, Term 1)
Fridays 9:30am to 3:30pm
St Paul’s Creative Centre
200 Pulteney St
Adelaide SA 5000
(corner of Flinders St)
Certificate III in Music Industry is delivered under a third party arrangement with the College of Sound and Music Production (COSAMP) RTO Code: 41549. The AQF certification will be issued by COSAMP. COSAMP’s 2019 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)|
|CUAMCP301||Compose simple songs or musical pieces (35)|
|CUAMPF302||Prepare for performances (35)|
|CUAMPF304||Make a music demo (40)|
|CUAMPF402||Develop and maintain stagecraft skills (70)|
|BSBSMB301||Investigate micro business opportunities (30)|
|SITXEVT304||Provide event staging support (31)|
|CUAIND201||Develop and apply creative arts industry knowledge (20)|
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, but the course is designed for school-age students). The course has a twin focus in songwriting and music business. As such, students do not need to have formal musical training, but have an interest in creating music and working in the music industry as a career. Musicians are encouraged to participate, as these skills will help to pursue their careers as a self managed artist in the modern music industry as well as enhancing their song writing & performance skills.