This course is taught via a combination of studio-based sessions, on-location shoots and post-production learning.
Throughout one year of intense learning, you will gain an understanding of and the ability to demonstrate the fundamental skills required to work in the broadcast and live streaming industries.
In the studio, you will be taught skills required to work on day-to-day broadcast productions including how to production manage shows, bump them in and out, and how to shoot for television using multiple cameras, audio equipment and other fundamentals of production.
Outside of the studio, you will learn how to set up lighting and how to record sound on-location. These skills will prepare you to enter the broadcast and live streaming industries competent across a variety of productions and roles. You'll also learn post-production skills, and be able to edit vision and audio, as well as other required techniques such as colour grading and visual effects for broadcast productions.
These classes are supported by core units which will help further develop a comprehensive understanding of how to work individually and as part of a team in the screen and media industry.
Some of your classes will be taught in RMIT’s Media Precinct, which embraces cutting edge technology. You'll learn on industry-grade equipment, including:
- 4 x broadcast studios for television and live streaming in 4K
- The RMIT Cloud Studio, a purpose-built vMix live streaming facility
- Green screen studio spaces
- EVS, CCU and Xpression broadcast graphics
- Sony and Ross vision mixers
- Yamaha audio mixers
- Industry-standard on location camera, lighting and audio equipment.
Productions you work on will be streamed live to the web and some collaborative productions will be broadcast on free-to-air television via Melbourne Community TV Channel 31.
All academic staff are professionally qualified teachers with substantial industry experience. You will be challenged to refine and practise your skills through industry projects.