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Don't just play, watch and dream. Be part of Australia's tech and games hubs of the future. Create and innovate, and build a pathway to your animation or games design career.

Have you always dreamed of a career in film, radio or television? In these courses you will learn a variety of skills across a broad range of screen and media technologies. And you'll be learning from industry experts which means the most up-to-date practices, policies and ideas will be taught. These courses includes electives that cover developing, editing and writing content for a range of digital media.

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Journalism courses will help you to understand contemporary and future looking journalism practices including researching, writing, interviewing and editing skills, video and audio journalism, social media, blogging, photography and multimedia storytelling.

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Explore the skills to plan, carry out and evaluate special effects work in the film, television, radio and interactive media industries.

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Next level illustration skills

I enjoy creating artwork that tells a story using an array of methods – whether it be drawing, painting or modelling in 3D.


TAFE NSW Design Centre Enmore student, Josh Moy, has been announced as a winner of Wacom’s 2018 ‘The Next Level’ digital illustration competition.

Studying the Advanced Diploma of Creative Product Development, Josh envisages a long-term career down the path of working in film or games as a Concept Artist 3D Modeller or Texturing Artist.

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What job opportunities could a screen media or entertainment course lead to?

A media and entertainment course can lead to a number of job opportunities, from bringing your own stories to life as a director to bringing the truth to light as a journalist.

Qualifications in media and entertainment can lead to a job as a journalist, writer, researcher or a television host. The average weekly salary for journalists and writers is $1,500. 

Whether you're just starting out in your media and entertainment career, want to gain more qualifications, add to your previous experience, or simply broaden your horizons, TAFE NSW offers a wide variety of courses at a number of levels to suit you.

TAFE courses in the area include Media, Interactive Digital Media, Screen and Media, Music Industry and Sound Production.