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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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Break into the entertainment industry and work on a range of creative projects using the latest technology with a course in screen and media.
Study screen and media at TAFE NSW for an exciting career in film, television, journalism, digital media, radio or the games industry. No matter which course and specialisation you choose, you will learn by doing, gain the practical skills industry demands and the knowledge and insight to be successful.
Kick-start your career in the industry, fill a skills gap, or take your expertise to the next level with one of our courses designed for creatives.
Study the Diploma of Screen and Media and learn the skills needed to work in TV, film, radio broadcasting or the games industry.
Take a short course in UX and UI design, get into special effects makeup artistry, or become an animator with our Bachelor of 3D Art and Animation. You can even pursue your interest in stop frame animation.
No matter where your interest lie, there’s a course for you at TAFE NSW.
Digital media is a broad term covering a range of different industries, jobs and products. It includes film and video production, game design and development, web development, coding and data, social media, and virtual reality.
When you study a digital media course at TAFE NSW you can learn to create graphics, animations and visual effects for film, television, music videos, and video games.
There are loads of careers to choose from when you study screen and media. You could find yourself working in:
- Animation and 3D art
- TV and film industry
- Game design
- Radio broadcasting and presenting
- Special effects
Start your career in the screen and media industry with the nationally recognised Certificate III in Screen and Media qualification from TAFE NSW. You will learn the essential skills industry demands and gain experience with hands-on, real world projects.
From there you can progress to the Diploma of Screen and Media and refine your expertise in animation, film and television, digital media, radio broadcasting and podcasting, journalism or games development.
The screen and media industry encompasses a range of exciting sectors including video, digital media, gaming, animation, broadcasting (including podcasting), film, television and radio.
Experts predict Australian podcasting revenue to hit $47 million and there are now over 1.6 million Australians regularly downloading content.
Gaming and game design continue to play a large role in the industry with Australians spending an average of 88 minutes a day playing interactive games.
With the rise of AI and augmented reality there are many opportunities for games developers to create new, exciting experiences, not only in entertainment but education, health, work health and safety, and other spaces. Stand out with a trusted TAFE NSW screen and media qualification.
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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 film director to bringing the truth to light as a journalist.
Qualifications in film and media studies open up a variety of job opportunities, including:
- Film Editor
- Television Host
The average weekly salary for a film editor is $1,539. To become a film editor in Australia, even though formal qualification is not compulsory, completion of relevant courses in film and media studies such as Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media or Certificate IV in Screen and Media will help gain practical skills and knowledge within the industry.
TAFE offer various course areas in the film and media studies include:
- Film and Media
- Interactive Digital Media
- Screen and Media
- Music Industry
- Sound Production
Whether you're just starting out in your film, 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.