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The Diploma of Music Industry (Sound Production) Course operates for one year over four terms.

The course provides students with skills and knowledge required to further their abilities and career opportunities in the areas of Music & Sound Production in the music industry.

This course involves scheduled classroom-learning activities and simulated industry-based training and assessment. Training is delivered three days per week over 41 weeks in face-to-face classroom and recording studio sessions, combined with live mixing in selected venues, and self-paced learning. Students are required to research & prepare work in their own time in response to assessment tasks. These include scenario responses, projects, observations, portfolio responses, research tasks and presentation activities.

Written learning activities reinforce theoretical knowledge, and practical skills will be developed in the studio and on location. Students will be provided with reference material to assist in developing knowledge of music business practices, and examples of professional work to assist in developing practical and critical listening skills.

The Grove Studios Academy offers recognition of prior learning and recognises the outcomes issued by other RTOs. If you have prior learning or hold current competency, let us know during your enrolment.

Term 1 focuses on studio recording & mixing basics, live sound production, safe practices and providing freelance services

Term 2 continues development of studio recording & mixing skills, sound editing, and researching individual career pathways in the music industry

Term 3 extends recording skills and knowledge into the area of record production & the understanding copyright requirements, and also commences the study of sound design and location recording for film productions

Term 4 continues record production, implementing sound designs and editing dialogue for films and exploring opportunities for involvement in the music industry

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PROGRAM DETAILS

The Diploma of Music Industry (Sound Production) Course operates for one year over four terms.

This course involves both scheduled classroom-learning activities and simulated industry-based training and assessment. The program is delivered using trainer-led, face-to-face learning in a classroom setting, combined with recording studio practical tasks and self-paced study. The course will provide learners with skills and knowledge required to further their abilities and career opportunities in the areas of Music and Sound Production.
Training is delivered in a face-to-face classroom based delivery (three days a week) which is trainer led, combined with self-paced learning. Students will also need to prepare work in their own time in response to assessment tasks. These include scenario responses, projects, observations, portfolio responses, research tasks and presentation activities. Written learning activities will reinforce theoretical knowledge and skills will be practised in the studio where learning will be placed into context.
Participants will be provided with professionally presented reference material to assist them in developing their knowledge of music business, as well as examples of professional work to assist them in developing their practical and critical listening skills.
The Grove Studios Academy offers recognition of prior learning and recognises the outcomes issued by other RTOs. If you have prior learning or hold current competency, let us know during your enrolment.


UNITS OF STUDY

The Diploma Course has 16 units of competency. To be issued the qualification Diploma of Music Industry (Sound Production), a learner must be assessed as competent in all 16 units of competency. These units of competency are comprised of 4 core units and 12 elective units.
The Grove Studios Academy has selected the elective units of competency to ensure that the learners are provided with a broad set of specialised and unique abilities that will enhance the scope of their career pathways.
The CUA50815 Diploma of Music Industry (Sound Production) course is delivered using the course structure outlined below:

CLUSTERS  UNITS
CUASOU406 Develop and implement sound plans
CUAPPR505 Establish and maintain safe creative practice
CUASOU401 Mix live audio
CUASOU405 Record sound
CUAIND402 Provide freelance services
CUACMP501 Manage copyright arrangements
BSBCRT501 Originate and develop concepts
CUASOU409 Mix recorded music
CUASOU411 Coordinate sound recording operations on location
CUAIND401 Extend expertise in specialist creative fields
CUASOU504 Produce sound recordings
CUASOU503 Develop sound designs
CUASOU410 Record sound on location
CUASOU407 Edit sound
CUASOU408 Edit Dialogue
CUASOU505  Implement Sound Designs

FEES

The Grove Studio Academy now is approved to provide “Smart and Skilled “ funding.
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CUA50815 Diploma of Music Industry (Sound Production)
(NSW Government, Smart and Skilled Subsidised)

Course Qualification Price $9,360
Contribution by NSW Smart and Skilled $5,760 (First Qualification)
Contribution by NSW Smart and Skilled $5,300 (Second Qualification)
Student Fees (First Qualification) $3,600
Student Fees (Second Qualification) $4,060

Student fees (Smart and Skilled) will fall due as follows:
On Enrolment $1,500
Before Start of Term 2 $1,500
Before Start of Term 3 Remainder

Student fees (Non Smart and Skilled) will fall due as follows:
On Enrolment $1,500
Non Smart and Skilled. Before Start of Term 2 $1,965
Non Smart and Skilled. Before Start of Term 3 $1,965
Non Smart and Skilled. Before Start of Term 4 $1,965
Non Smart and Skilled. Before End of Term 4  $1,965

ADDITIONAL STUDIO HIRE FEES MAY APPLY

A full Schedule of Fees and refund policy can be downloaded here.


Study Loans

The Grove Studios Academy has also partnered with Study Loans to give students access to private funding for their course fees.

ENTRY REQUIRMENTS

There are no entry requirements for this qualification specified within the Arts and Culture Training Package (CUA). Noting this, The Grove Studios Academy requires students who undertake this course to:
- Be aged 16 years or over.
- Have suitable language, literacy and numeracy skills to read and comprehend learning materials and perform tasks related to creative documentation, reflective documentation, signal flow, client communication, critical listening, scheduling, production documentation, business documentation, contracts, listening skills and group based learning and development.

- To ensure all students have the required level of LLN skills The Grove Studios Academy will assess a learner’s core skills during their enrolment to ensure they have adequate skills to complete the training. All students will be required to complete the LLN Student Interview Guide (GA31 and GA31A).
The Grove Studios Academy can provide additional learning support to students who require basic assistance. For students who have more fundamental support needs, The Grove Studios Academy can refer these students to a specialist language, literacy and numeracy development provider who can assist students to improve their language, literacy and numeracy skills.

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