If you're interested in a career in TV broadcasting and video production, our courses will give you industry relevant skills to get you well on your way. Take action today.
Melbourne Polytechnic's screen and media courses focus on industry recognised non-linear editing systems such as AVID Media Composer and Final Cut Pro. We have Australia’s first educational installation of a hard drive based recording and playback system (an EVS) which is vital in live editing at major international sporting events, such as the Grand Slam tennis, the FIFA World Cup and the Olympic Games. EVS technology is unique because it provides instant media ingest and playback functionality, offering complex editing features such as live replay and highlight editing.
Another advantage are our networking opportunities within our extensive Performing Arts department. You will have the opportunity to create future work contacts and connect with like-minded peers within the student body.
The Performing Arts department includes students doing courses in the areas of:
Interaction between these student groups is encouraged via projects and timetabled events throughout the various programs.
|Certificate III in Screen and Media|
Learn the ropes and begin your career in TV and video production at the cutting edge of broadcast education in Australia! Learn the tools of the trade from the pros in a fabulous facility with Melbourne Polytechnic’s Certificate III in Screen and Media
|Certificate IV in Screen and Media|
Start your career in TV and video production at the cutting edge of broadcast education in Australia! Learn the tools of the trade from the pros in a fabulous facility with Melbourne Polytechnic’s Certificate IV in Screen and Media.
|Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media|
Learn the latest from the greatest at Melbourne Polytechnic when you undertake the Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media. Get job ready and learn from the pros in a world-class, state-of-the-art TV studio.
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