The Academy of Interactive Entertainment Ltd

Certificate III in Screen and Media

CUA31015

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Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne

Explore the world of broadcast media with this entry level qualification that touches on writing, radio, programming, lighting and sound.

  • $2,800*

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  • Full price

    Price includes all known fees*

    • Start
    • Duration
    • Delivery
  • Sydney

    • April 18, 2017

    • Part time (2 years)

    • In class

    In class Part time (2 years)

  • Online

    • July 17, 2017

    • Part time (30 weeks)

    • Online

    Online Part time (30 weeks)

  • Melbourne

    • July 18, 2017

    • Part time (20 weeks)

    • In class

    In class Part time (20 weeks)

  • Adelaide

    • July 24, 2017

    • Part time (40 weeks)

    • In class

    In class Part time (40 weeks)

  • Online

    • February 12, 2018

    • Part time (30 weeks)

    • Online

    Online Part time (30 weeks)

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How it works

Entry Requirements
Computer and internet access, Basic computer skills

One, some or all of these entry requirements must be met. Check with the provider before enrolling.

Recognition
Nationally recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework.
Assessment
Coursework, assessment

Course Overview

The Game Art Foundations course will teach students how to develop 3D environments, characters and animation for interactive games.

Game art development is an exciting and dynamic entertainment medium that is quickly being adapted into traditional areas such as architecture, product design and film making as well as emerging technologies such as VR and AR.

The Game Art Foundations course teaches students best practice for a creative and iterative pipeline with the importance on developing quality 3D artwork for games. Students will work with real-time game engines to showcase their creativity and build their technical knowledge in order to maximise their artwork within fun and engaging game environments.

  • Animation Assistant
  • Archival Media Technician
  • Assistant Sound Technician (Radio)
  • Audiovisual Technician
  • Camera Assistant
  • Editing Assistant (Film and Television)
  • Lighting Technician (Productions)
  • Media Announcer
  • Multimedia Content Author
  • Production Assistant (Film and Television)
  • Researcher (Film and Television)
  • Screen Laboratory Assistant
  • Sound Technician
  • Special Effects Assistant
  • Tape Operator
  • Technical Production Assistant (Radio)
  • Technical Production Assistant (Remote Area)
  • Assistant Sound Technician

Course Content

To obtain a Certificate III in Screen and Media with The Academy of Interactive Entertainment Ltd, you’ll need to complete some or all of the following units of study successfully. Units may vary or change so check with the provider before enrolling.

A total of 11 Study Units must be completed to attain this qualification.

Core Units

3 Core Units must be completed to attain this qualification.

  • Develop and extend critical and creative thinking skills
    BSBCRT301

  • Contribute to health and safety of self and others
    BSBWHS201

  • Work effectively in the creative arts industry
    CUAIND301

Elective Units

8 Elective Units must be completed to attain this qualification.

  • Follow a design process
    BSBDES201

  • Explore the use of colour
    BSBDES301

  • Explore and apply the creative design process to 3D forms
    BSBDES303

  • Develop drawing skills to communicate ideas
    CUAACD201

  • Create 3D digital animations
    CUAANM302

  • Create 3D digital models
    CUAANM303

  • Prepare audio assets
    CUASOU304

  • Use advanced features of computer applications
    ICTICT308

Course Provider

The Academy of Interactive Entertainment (AIE) is Australia's most awarded 3D animation, game design and visual FX educator. Created as a non-profit organisation to grow the creative digital sector, AIE pioneered the development of specialist game qualifications and continues to innovate through industry partnerships and dynamic teaching.

AIE courses are practical, career-focused and delivered by industry experienced teachers in a seriously fun and creatively-demanding studio environment. AIE and it's graduates have won many awards over the years including being named the Australian Small Training Provider of the Year in 2007 and more recently in 2016.

Registered
1999
Courses
18
Provider Type
Private
Restrictions

No Restrictions