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Certificate III in Acting for Film and TV

South Melbourne, VIC

Subject: Acting

Certificate III in Acting for Film and TV

COURSE AIMS
To develop student knowledge of the variety of careers available in
this industry - as well as to develop students’ acting and technical
competence. It provides the fundamental information for entry into
the film and TV industries.

CLUSTER PROVIDER
Mullum Cluster Provider: MBCTA Youth Theatre (Boronia)

Day & time
Units 1 & 2 Mondays 5.00pm - 8.00pm
Units 3 & 4 Wednesdays 2.00pm - 5.00pm

Number of student places
25 places are available in this program.

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Certificate III in Acting for Film and TV

COURSE AIMS
To develop student knowledge of the variety of careers available in
this industry - as well as to develop students’ acting and technical
competence. It provides the fundamental information for entry into
the film and TV industries.

CLUSTER PROVIDER
Mullum Cluster Provider: MBCTA Youth Theatre (Boronia)

Day & time
Units 1 & 2 Mondays 5.00pm - 8.00pm
Units 3 & 4 Wednesdays 2.00pm - 5.00pm

Number of student places
25 places are available in this program.

Contribution to VCAL/VCE
VCAL: This program contributes to the industry strand of VCAL.
VCE: Block credit arrangements are available for this program.
ENTER: This subject does not have a study score and therefore
cannot contribute towards the student’s primary four. It can
however, be counted as a 5th or 6th subject and contribute to
the ENTER as a 10% increment, derived from the average of the
primary four.

Please note: The student must already have English and three other fully
scored VCE/VET subjects to create the primary four.

WORK PLACEMENT
Not required.

Unit 1 & 2 Program content
The first year focuses on an overview of the film and TV industry,
governing bodies, film and tv careers and skills, types of audtions,
audition preperation, script knowledge and development.

Unit 3 & 4 Program content
The second year focuses on rehearsing or performing scripts,
performance in front of camera and live audiences, screen
tests, rehearsing and filming scenes and styles, protocols and
knowledge of the film and TV industry, camera techniques and
filming styles.

More information on the content of this program will be given
at the compulsory orientation evening to be conducted in
Term 4.

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When

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Where

197 Coventry St
South Melbourne, VIC 3205

Skill level

Beginner

 

The teachers

The Inner Melbourne VET Cluster Inc. (IMVC) is a not for profit incorporated association originally established to broker...

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The Inner Melbourne VET Cluster Inc. (IMVC) is a not for profit incorporated association originally established to broker vocational programs for secondary schools in the region. As a key driver of vocational education the IMVC has generated a high level of co-operation and trust leading to well developed collegial working relationships among the schools in five local government areas.

In recent years IMVC's capacity has grown to include providing career development services and pathway planning to connect young people and their families with career information so that they can make informed choices about their future direction.

IMVC is also a registered training organisation and delivers Hospitality and Hairdressing training programs in accordance with the Australian Quality Training Framework.

Our Vision Statement 'Linking the energy and potential of young people with industry, government and community'

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Offered through

Inner Melbourne VET Cluster Inc