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CUF01 Film, Television, Radio and Multimedia National Training Package

QUEENSLAND MAPPING GUIDE

Version 1.2

To Support Implementation of the Film, Television, Radio and Multimedia Training Package in Queensland

February 2003

CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION................................................................................................................................. 1 WHAT THIS GUIDE CONTAINS ..................................................................................................... 2 WHERE TO OBTAIN THE NATIONAL TRAINING PACKAGE ............................................... 2 OVERVIEW OF THE FILM, TELEVISION, RADIO AND MULTIMEDIA NATIONAL TRAINING PACKAGE ....................................................................................................................... 3 FILM, TELEVISION, RADIO AND MULTIMEDIA NATIONAL TRAINING PACKAGE QUALIFICATIONS ............................................................................................................................. 4 NATIONAL TRAINING PACKAGE QUALIFICATIONS WHICH REPLACE ACCREDITED COURSES.............................................................................................................................................. 6 CURRENT ACCREDITED COURSES REPLACED BY FILM, TELEVISION, RADIO AND MULTIMEDIA NATIONAL TRAINING PACKAGE QUALIFICATIONS ................................ 7 NATIONAL TRAINING PACKAGE QUALIFICATIONS WITHOUT ACCREDITED COURSE EQUIVALENTS.................................................................................................................. 8 APPROVED HOURS FOR UNITS OF COMPETENCY ................................................................ 9 TRANSITION ARRANGEMENTS.................................................................................................. 10 ALIGNMENT BETWEEN UNITS OF COMPETENCY AND COURSE MODULES .............. 11 DEVELOPMENT OF TRAINING PROGRAMS AND COMPLIANCE WITH AQTF CRITERIA .......................................................................................................................................... 32 INFORMATION REGARDING APPRENTICESHIPS/TRAINEESHIPS.................................. 33 RESOURCES ...................................................................................................................................... 34 GLOSSARY OF TERMS................................................................................................................... 35 VERSION HISTORY......................................................................................................................... 39

ACKNOWLEDGMENT: This Queensland Mapping Guide for the Film, Television, Radio and Multimedia National Training Package was adapted by the Product Support Unit of TAFE Queensland from an original Implementation Guide produced by the Office of Post Compulsory Education, Training and Employment, Government of Victoria.

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INTRODUCTION

Nationally endorsed Training Packages are progressively replacing locally developed courses accredited by state or territory recognition authorities as the means of officially specifying the requirements for formal training and recognising the outcomes. The National Training Package initiative, developed and funded by the Australian National Training Authority (ANTA), has the support of all State and Territory Governments in detailing national specifications for the achievement of competencies and qualifications for an industry or industry sector. Since 1998, a progressive transition from the system of accredited courses to the new world of the National Training Packages has been occurring. Queensland facilitates the changes the transition requires by publishing a Mapping Guide relevant to each new National Training Package. The development of Mapping Guides is funded by the Department of Employment and Training. The principal specifications, or endorsed components, in the National Training Package are: · · · competency standards which define the skills needed to fulfil particular functions in the industry; a framework of qualifications which align with occupations, or occupational levels, in the industry (a qualification is comprised of certain units of competency `packaged' together); assessment guidelines which define how a person is deemed to be competent, and thus eligible to receive a particular qualification or Statement of Attainment for individual units of competency.

One of the principal changes which the National Training Package brings to vocational education and training is an emphasis on workplace-focussed assessment. In the past, both assessment and the granting of an award have been subject to curriculum specifications. With National Training Packages, assessment may be conducted either in a work setting or a simulated work environment and must align directly with the industry-defined competency standards. The endorsed or mandatory part of the National Training Package which specifies the qualifications does not contain `courses'. Courses or qualifications may be developed to meet current industry needs if it can be demonstrated that these needs cannot be met by an existing endorsed Training Package. The National Training Package is designed to permit customisation. Training Programs are optional strategies for achieving the competencies that apply to each new qualification; in particular, training agreements for Apprenticeships and/or Traineeships require that a comprehensive training structure and individualised training plan be drawn up by the training provider. Approved hours are allocated to each competency unit and, in situations where training is purchased by the State of Queensland, may be utilised as an element in determining appropriate levels of funding. The approved hours indicated relate to the training components and the assessment required to attest to competency, whether these take place on-the-job, in a simulated setting, or via a combination of the two.

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WHAT THIS GUIDE CONTAINS

The purpose of this Mapping Guide is to assist teachers, trainers, assessors, administrators and employers to understand how the Film, Television, Radio and Multimedia National Training Package replaces previously accredited Film, Television, Radio and Multimedia courses and modules in Queensland. This Mapping Guide contains the following information: · · · · · Listing of the Film, Television, Radio and Multimedia National Training Package qualifications Identification of current accredited courses replaced by Film, Television, Radio and Multimedia National Training Package qualifications Transition arrangements, reflecting the alignment of current curriculum modules to National Training Package units of competency Approved hours applicable to units of competency and to the various qualifications Sources for training/learning resources. This Guide is designed to be read in conjunction with the endorsed components of the Film, Television, Radio and Multimedia National Training Package. It does not contain the complete content of the national package and should not be regarded as the primary source of reference in place of the package itself.

Note:

All copyright owners are responsible for reviewing their existing courses against the Film, Television, Radio and Multimedia National Training Package, and Registered Training Organisations are required to design and document Model Training Programs that represent 'delivery pathways' via which trainees can attain the national qualifications. Of particular importance are Assessment requirements, which are an endorsed component of the National Training Package and which are not addressed in detail in this Guide. The Assessment Guidelines section of the National Training Package should be consulted for full particulars on principles of assessment.

WHERE TO OBTAIN THE NATIONAL TRAINING PACKAGE

The Film, Television, Radio and Multimedia National Training Package can be purchased from: Australian Training Products Level 25, 150 Lonsdale Street Melbourne VIC 3000 Tel: 03 9655 0600 Fax: 03 9639 4684 Email: [email protected] OR CREATE Australia Suite 1, Level 9 418a Elizabeth Street SURRY HILLS NSW 2010 Tel: (02) 9211 5342 Fax: (02) 9211 5346 Email [email protected]

National Training Packages will also be available through the National Training Information Service, which can be located on the Internet at: http://www.ntis.gov.au [The full texts of National Training Packages are not published on the NTIS website, merely the qualification structures and units of competency.]

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OVERVIEW OF THE FILM, TELEVISION, RADIO AND MULTIMEDIA NATIONAL TRAINING PACKAGE

The following table presents an overview of the main characteristics of the Film, Television, Radio and Multimedia National Training Package.

Industry Sectors

Film and television Radio Multimedia Certificate I Certificate II Certificate III Certificate IV Diploma Advanced Diploma CREATE Australia Ministerial Council (MINCO) of the Australian National Training Authority Initial Endorsement Date: 29/5/2001 1 6 6 8 7 4

Levels (and Numbers) of Qualifications

National Advisory Body Endorsement

Apprenticeships and Traineeships

Funding levels and agreements for Apprenticeships and Traineeships are subject to confirmation by the Strategic Planning and Purchasing Branch of DET.

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FILM, TELEVISION, RADIO AND MULTIMEDIA NATIONAL TRAINING PACKAGE QUALIFICATIONS

The following table presents a summary of the qualifications in the Film, Television, Radio and Multimedia National Training Package. Refer to the Qualification Framework of the National Training Package for rules on how units of competency are combined for each qualification. Note: The Approved Hours and Payment Ranges shown below indicate funding levels in situations where training is purchased by the Queensland Department of Employment and Training - for example, apprenticeships and traineeships under the User Choice system. These funding details are subject to periodic variation, and confirmation of current details and specific requirements should always be obtained from the Strategic Planning and Purchasing Branch of DET. National Qualification Number of Competencies Funded 6 8 8 8 9 9 9 11 8 11 11 13 13 12 12 14 15 12 14 14 15 18 17 17 19 17 Approved Hours

(to 30 June 2003)

National Code CUF10101 CUF20101 CUF20201 CUF20301 CUF20401 CUF20501 CUF20601 CUF30101 CUF30201 CUF30301 CUF30401 CUF30501 CUF30601 CUF40101 CUF40201 CUF40301 CUF40401 CUF40501 CUF40601 CUF40701 CUF40801 CUF50101 CUF50201 CUF50301 CUF50401 CUF50501

Payment Range

(from 01 July 2003)

Certificate I in Media Certificate II in Costume Certificate II in Screen (Art & Construction) Certificate II in Screen (Product Assistance) Certificate II in Broadcasting (Radio) Certificate II in Broadcasting (Television) Certificate II in Multimedia Certificate III in Screen Certificate III in Screen (Laboratory) Certificate III in Broadcasting (Radio) Certificate III in Broadcasting (Television) Certificate III in Broadcasting (Remote Area Operations) Certificate III in Multimedia Certificate IV in Costume Certificate IV in Make-Up Certificate IV in Screen (Art & Construction) Certificate IV in Screen Certificate IV in Screen (Laboratory) Certificate IV in Broadcasting (Radio) Certificate IV in Broadcasting (Television) Certificate IV in Multimedia Diploma of Costume Diploma of Make-Up Diploma of Screen (Art & Construction) Diploma of Screen Diploma of Broadcasting

168 375 300 300 360 283 317 800 405 498 518 528 645 835 655 930 1060 548 690 738 878 1248 1043 998 1183 902

$616-1212 $1885-3653 $384-3094 $906-3544 $1051-4269 $1015-3181 $4011-7743 $1124-9534 $979-4894 $1450-5764 $1450-6054 $2248-5401 $4011-7743 $3371-8547 $2501-6907 $1849-11447 $1693-12245 $1776-5974 $1776-8040 $2356-8065 $2459-10468 $5313-12377 $4041-10971 $3252-11138 $3863-13394 $2672-10050

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National Code CUF50601 CUF50701 CUF60101 CUF60301 CUF60401 CUF60501

National Qualification

Number of Competencies Funded 9 20 21 20 12 22

Approved Hours

(to 30 June 2003)

Payment Range

(from 01 July 2003)

Diploma of Broadcast Engineering Diploma of Multimedia Advanced Diploma of Screen Advanced Diploma of Broadcasting Advanced Diploma of Broadcast Engineering Advanced Diploma of Multimedia

445 1052 1265 1157 565 1218

$1450-4814 $4194-11376 $3796-15614 $3035-13306 $2310-5684 $6064-12377

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NATIONAL TRAINING PACKAGE QUALIFICATIONS WHICH REPLACE ACCREDITED COURSES

All states and territories have agreed that previously accredited courses (ie `curriculum') should be phased out and replaced by qualifications which deliver the competencies/qualifications in National Training Packages. All copyright owners are responsible for reviewing their courses against National Training Packages. Registered Training Organisations are responsible for delivering and assessing training which meets the national competency standards, and are required to design and document Training Programs that represent 'delivery pathways' via which trainees can attain the national qualifications. On 1 January 2002, the Australian Quality Training Framework Standards for Registered Training Organisations replaced the Best Practice Requirements for Training in Queensland. From 1 July 2002, all RTOs must comply with the AQTF Standards for Registered Training Organisations when they apply for: · initial registration of an RTO · renewal of registration of an RTO · extensions to scope of RTO registration Further information on the AQTF Standards for Registered Training Organisations may be obtained from: www.training.qld.gov.au/aqtf/ In Queensland, RTOs wishing to deliver National Training Package qualifications which fall within their Scope of Registration need to consult with the relevant Industry Training Advisory Body (ITAB) regarding specific industry requirements, and notify their nearest DET regional office and the relevant ITAB. The full list of Queensland DET Regional Offices is located at: www.training.qld.gov.au/apptrain/factsheets/region.htm. Refer to form RTO2 Application to Add an Additional Qualification(s) within an Existing Scope of Registration which may be located at www.training.qld.gov.au/registration/pdf/forms/rto2.pdf. Where an RTO wishes to deliver a qualification from a National Training Package that is outside its current Scope of Registration, the RTO needs to consult with the relevant ITAB regarding any specific industry requirements that may apply. Refer to Form RTO3 Application to Extend Existing Scope of Registration located at www.training.qld.gov.au/registration/pdf/forms/rto3.pdf. Apprenticeships and Traineeships Apprenticeships and Traineeships are declared by the Training Recognition Council under the provision of Section 183 of the Training and Employment Act 2000. Registered Training Organisations with a registration to deliver a qualification must also obtain a User Choice contract from the Strategic Planning and Purchasing Branch of DET before delivering the qualification as an Apprenticeship or Traineeship. Human and Physical Resource Requirements Registered Training Organisations must ensure that their human and physical resources meet the AQTF Standards for Registered Training Organisations. AQTF Standard 7 states that each member of the RTO's staff who is involved in training, assessment or client service must possess recognition of competency for the functions they perform. Standard 9 requires the RTO to identify, negotiate, plan and implement appropriate learning and assessment strategies to meet the needs of each of its clients. Continued maintenance of registration status is conditional upon continued compliance with the AQTF Standards for Registered Training Organisations.

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Assessment Principles The Assessment Guidelines of the Film, Television, Radio and Multimedia National Training Package should be consulted for requirements for the measurement of performance and verification of competence.

CURRENT ACCREDITED COURSES REPLACED BY FILM, TELEVISION, RADIO AND MULTIMEDIA NATIONAL TRAINING PACKAGE QUALIFICATIONS

The following table lists current accredited courses in Queensland and the new qualifications in the Film, Television, Radio and Multimedia National Training Package that will replace them. Owners of courses will be expected either to deliver equivalent National Training Package qualifications or to amend their courses to align with the new competency standards in the Film, Television, Radio and Multimedia National Training Package. Under the AQTF Standards for Registered Training Organisations amendment of curriculum-based courses to align with the new competency standards in the National Film, Television, Radio and Multimedia Training Package must be completed within 12 months of the endorsement date of the National Training Package. REPLACED BY NATIONAL TRAINING PACKAGE QUALIFICATION

(NB: replacement does necessarily denote equivalence. Direct equivalence can only be determined by close inspection of the units of competency within the qualification)

PREVIOUS ACCREDITED COURSE

Code

CNART055 CNART056 CNART024 CNN13

Nominal Hours

870 1320 370 800

Course Title

Diploma of Multimedia Advanced Diploma of Multimedia Certificate II in Multimedia Certificate IV in Film and Video Production

Code

CUF50701 CUF60501 CUF20601 CUF40401

Approved Hours

1052 1218 317 1060

Qualification Title

Diploma of Multimedia Advanced Diploma of Multimedia Certificate II in Multimedia Certificate IV in Screen

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NATIONAL TRAINING PACKAGE QUALIFICATIONS WITHOUT ACCREDITED COURSE EQUIVALENTS

The table below lists the qualifications in the Film, Television, Radio and Multimedia National Training Package for which there are no equivalent accredited courses. Registered Training Organisations intending to deliver these qualifications must apply for registration by submitting either of the following forms: · RTO2 Application to Add an Additional Qualification(s) within an Existing Scope of Registration if they current possess registration for other qualifications at the same or higher AQF level within the same Vocational Training Area (VTA); or, · RTO3 Application to Extend Existing Scope of Registration if the qualification being sought is at a higher AQF level than all other qualifications within the same VTA for which the RTO currently possesses registration, or if the qualification is within a VTA for which the RTO currently holds no registrations. CODE CUF10101 CUF20101 CUF20201 CUF20301 CUF20401 CUF20501 CUF30201 CUF30301 CUF30301 CUF30401 CUF30501 CUF30601 CUF40101 CUF40201 CUF40301 CUF40501 CUF40601 CUF40701 CUF40801 CUF50101 CUF50201 CUF50301 CUF50401 CUF50501 CUF50601 CUF60101 CUF60301 CUF60401 QUALIFICATION Certificate I in Media Certificate II in Costume Certificate II in Screen (Art & Construction) Certificate II in Screen (Product Assistance) Certificate II in Broadcasting (Radio) Certificate II in Broadcasting (Television) Certificate III in Screen (Laboratory) Certificate III in Broadcasting (Radio) Certificate III in Broadcasting (Radio) Certificate III in Broadcasting (Television) Certificate III in Broadcasting (Remote Area Operations) Certificate III in Multimedia Certificate IV in Costume Certificate IV in Make-Up Certificate IV in Screen (Art & Construction) Certificate IV in Screen (Laboratory) Certificate IV in Broadcasting (Radio) Certificate IV in Broadcasting (Television) Certificate IV in Multimedia Diploma of Costume Diploma of Make-Up Diploma of Screen (Art & Construction) Diploma of Screen Diploma of Broadcasting Diploma of Broadcast Engineering Advanced Diploma of Screen Advanced Diploma of Broadcasting Advanced Diploma of Broadcast Engineering APPROVED HOURS 168 375 300 300 360 283 405 498 498 518 528 645 835 655 930 548 690 738 878 1248 1043 998 1183 902 445 1265 1157 565

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APPROVED HOURS FOR UNITS OF COMPETENCY

Approved hours are allocated to each unit of competency and, in situations where training is purchased by the State of Queensland, may be utilised as an element in determining appropriate levels of funding. The approved hours indicated relate to the training components and the assessment required to attest to competency, whether these take place on-the-job, in a simulated setting, or in a combination of the two. The approved hours are NOT a mandatory stipulation for `delivery' (i.e, the RTO may assign resources or timeframes towards completion of the competency which exceed the approved hours), however they denote the maximum that DET will provide in relation to public funding. The DET approved hours for each unit of competency are detailed in the table on page 11. After 01 July 2003 these approved hours will be replaced by a funding model which specifies dollar amounts ­ instead of `hours' ­ for units of competency.

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TRANSITION ARRANGEMENTS

The qualifications in the Film, Television, Radio and Multimedia National Training Package are now available for delivery in Queensland. For Queensland-owned courses affected by the Film, Television, Radio and Multimedia National Training Package qualifications, the following arrangements apply. · Implementation of the qualifications in the Film, Television, Radio and Multimedia National Training Package commenced from 1/7/02. Students who are currently studying publicly funded, accredited courses in Film, Television, Radio and Multimedia are to be transitioned to the equivalent Training Package qualifications where possible by 31/12/02. For accredited courses not met by Training Package qualifications or conducted on a fee-forservice basis (ie not publicly funded), an RTO may continue to enrol new students provided that the course is reviewed and adjusted so that it aligns with the competency standards and requirements of the National Training Package. This process must occur within twelve months of the endorsement of the National Training Package, and the qualification from the accredited course may then continue to be issued up to the expiry of the period of accreditation. However, it is recommended that course owners and RTOs introduce delivery of the equivalent National Training Package qualification rather than pursue the course-adjustment approach. All new students in publicly funded training are to be enrolled in new Training Package qualifications once they are implemented in Queensland. As a general rule, existing apprentices and trainees should transition to new Training Package qualifications within 12 months from the date of implementation, or complete their current studies within the same period. However, if the employer does not consent to transition the apprentice or trainee to the new training qualification, the apprentice or trainee will continue in the current program through to completion.

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The table on page 11 shows the relationship of the units in the National Training Package to the modules of accredited courses. These relationships may be used to determine which modules are equivalent to (and therefore provide credit for) units of competency, and identify the modules that only partially address a particular unit of competency (for example, underpinning knowledge only). In determining such transition arrangements, Training Providers should take the following factors into account: · Degree of correct AQF alignment of a course against a National Training Package qualification; · Parity of outcomes between an accredited module of training and a unit of competency; · Viability of continuing to deliver the accredited course (continuing students only); · Possible disadvantages to students where transitioning to the new qualification may be complex or otherwise disadvantageous to the student; · Possible disadvantages to students where the previous course `award' may no longer hold industry recognition. NOTE: Even where the equivalency table indicates credit is allowable, attention should also be paid to aspects such as recency and currency before direct or automatic credit is granted.

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ALIGNMENT BETWEEN UNITS OF COMPETENCY AND COURSE MODULES

Units of competency in the National Training Package and modules of training from curriculum do not necessarily correspond exactly. The table shows the following types of relationships: Competency Fully Addressed by Module(s) ­ Possible granting of full credit transfer There may be instances where the curriculum module fulfils the requirements of the unit of competency in all respects. Skills and knowledge outcomes of the module are the same as, or acceptably similar to, the required outcomes of the unit of competency. Cross-credit is justifiable, however attention should also be paid to when the module was achieved and the candidate's currency of skills/knowledge should be established before full credit is granted. Competency Significantly Addressed by Module(s) ­ Full credit not appropriate In other circumstances where a curriculum module may only fulfil certain aspects of the unit of competency, full cross-credit is not appropriate. For example, the module might deliver content which fulfils `underpinning knowledge' aspects of the unit of competency, but does not develop practical skills specified by the unit. Partial RPL may be applicable in these instances. Approved Hours

20

Units of Competency

CUFADM01A Prepare a proposal

Competency FULLY ADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie DIRECT credit MAY be granted) GSL300 Generic Studio Practice ­ Minor OR GSB300 Generic Studio Practice ­ Major OR MMPRO002 Multimedia Production Project OR MMPRO003 Multimedia Quality Assurance Project OR MMPRO001 Multimedia Prototyping Project AND MMCRE005 Multimedia Production, Planning & Analysis NIL

Competency PARTIALLYADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie full credit NOT permissible)

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Units of Competency

CUFADM02A CUFAIR01A CUFAIR02A CUFAIR03A CUFAIR04A CUFAIR05A CUFANM01A Address copyright Develop and maintain the general knowledge required by presenters Conduct an interview Present information on air Conduct an on-air presentation Conduct a live voice report Develop and implement designs for animation

Approved Hours

20 20 20 30 30 25 80 NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL

Competency FULLY ADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie DIRECT credit MAY be granted)

Competency PARTIALLYADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie full credit NOT permissible) MMCRE002 Multimedia Industry Issues BUS001 Law and Copyright for Artworkers COR307 The Business of Art NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL ANI321 Scriptwriting for One Minute Script ANI323 Studio Practice (Research) ANI324 Studio Practice (Concept) ANI106 Animation Design ANI109 Modelling and Animating a 3D Digital Logo ANI110 3D Digital Animated Scene ANI103 Studio Experience ANI104 Experimental Workshop ANI102 Scriptwriting and Storyboarding ANI301 Animation Design (Titling) ANI315 Final Project (Preparation) ANI310 Layouts ANI315 Final Project (Preparation) ANI315 Final Project (Preparation) ANI325 Studio Practice (Keyframing and Inbetweening) ANI325 Studio Practice (Keyframing and Inbetweening) ANI106 Animation Design ANI106 Animated Design NIL

CUFANM02A CUFANM03A CUFANM04A CUFANM05A CUFANM06A CUFANM07A CUFANM08A CUFANM09A

Co-ordinate the production of animation Produce storyboard for animation Produce layout drawings for animation Produce key drawings for animation Produce cleaned-up and in-betweened drawings Produce traced, photocopies or scanned cells/frames Prepare and produce coloured cells/frames Produce stop motion animation (flat plane)

50 50 50 80 50 50 50 80

NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL

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Units of Competency

CUFANM10A CUFANM11A CUFANM12A CUFANM13A CUFBRD01A CUFBRD02A CUFBRD03A CUFBRD04A CUFBRD05A CUFBRD06A CUFBRD07A CUFBRD08A CUFBRD09A CUFBRD10A CUFCAM01A CUFCAM02A CUFCAM03A CUFCAM04A CUFCAM05A CUFCAM06A Produce stop motion animation (modelling) Produce artwork from live action reference Prepare camera ready animation Produce line image recordings for animation Communicate using a two way system Operate a telecine Capture broadcast material on tape for television transmission Dub video material for television transmission Compile material for broadcast transmission Control the transmission of television material Operate transmission control Operate master control Call shots and cue sources for a television production Vision mix a multisource television production to tape or air Set up and operate a basic video camera Develop and implement a camera plan Compose camera shots and operate a camera Operate a camera under special conditions Pull focus Shoot television material in a multicamera environment

Approved Hours

80 50 30 50 20 60 60 40 60 60 60 60 60 60 20 30 80 30 10 80 NIL

Competency FULLY ADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie DIRECT credit MAY be granted)

Competency PARTIALLYADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie full credit NOT permissible) ANI330 Workshop 3D Modelling ANI100 Animated Motion NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL FVI103 Film/Video Production FVI105 Film/Video Project Acquisition FVP009 Advanced Camera Techniques for Film and Video FVI102 Audio & Lighting Techniques for Film & Video FVP009 Advanced Camera Techniques for Film and Video NIL NIL

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ANI319 2D Investigations ­ Caricature Drawing ANI315 Final Project Preparation ANI100 Animated Motion NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL FVP009 Advanced Camera Techniques for the Film and Video NIL FVP009 Advanced Camera Techniques for the Film and Video AND FVP012 Advanced Lighting for Film & Video NIL NIL NIL

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Units of Competency

CUFCAM07A CUFCAM08A CUFCAM09A CUFCAM10A CUFCAM11A CUFCAM12A CUFCAM13A CUFCAM14A CUFCAM15A CUFCOS01A CUFCOS02A CUFCOS03A CUFCOS04A CUFCOS05A CUFCOS06A CUFCOS07A CUFCOS08A CUFCOS09A CUFDRT01A CUFDRT02A CUFDRT03A CUFDRT04A CUFDRT05A CUFDRT06A Maintain battery power and video stocks for a shoot Co ordinate and load film stocks Perform pre shoot camera tests Operate the clapperboard Set up a camera Rig camera cables Rig camera supports and dollies Rig camera cranes Operate a moving camera support Develop and implement costume designs Coordinate costume manufacture Realise costumes Modify, repair and maintain costumes Operate an off site wardrobe department Dress performers Make character and period costumes Maintain costume continuity Make costumes Read and interpret the script Conduct selection of the performers Conduct rehearsals of the performers Direct the performers Direct the crew Collaborate with the editor to finalise the production

Approved Hours

10 10 30 10 20 10 20 20 20 100 75 75 100 80 60 160 60 140 50 50 30 80 80 80 NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL

Competency FULLY ADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie DIRECT credit MAY be granted) NIL

Competency PARTIALLYADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie full credit NOT permissible)

NIL NIL NIL FVP009 Advanced Camera Techniques for Film and Video FVP009 Advanced Camera Techniques for Film and Video FVP009 Advanced Camera Techniques for Film and Video FVP009 Advanced Camera Techniques for Film and Video FVP009 Advanced Camera Techniques for Film and Video FVP007 Design for the Film and Video Industry NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL FVI101 Scripting & Pre-Production Processes FVP008 Production Management for the Film & Video Industry NIL FVI105 Film/Video Project Acquisition FVP014 Production Experience for Film and Video FVP014 Production Experience for Film and Video FVP013 Advanced Editing for Film and Video

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Units of Competency

CUFDRT07A CUFEDT01A CUFEDT02A CUFEDT03A CUFEDT04A CUFEDT05A Devise camera coverage Make creative and technical editing decisions Prepare material and documents for editing Operate film editing equipment Operate video editing equipment Operate a non linear editing system

Approved Hours

50 50 50 140 140 140 NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL

Competency FULLY ADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie DIRECT credit MAY be granted)

Competency PARTIALLYADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie full credit NOT permissible) NIL FVP013 Advanced Editing for Film and Video FVI107 Film/Video Project Post-Production NIL FVI107 Film/Video Project Post-Production FVP013 Advanced Editing for Film and Video MMAST001 Multimedia Video, Sound and Virtual Reality FVP003 Computer Technologies for the Film & Video Industry FVI109 Digitising & Editing on the Desktop NIL NIL FVP010 Post Production Sound NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL

CUFEDT06A CUFEDT07A CUFEDT08A CUFENG01A CUFENG02A CUFENG03A CUFENG04A CUFENG05A CUFENG05A CUFENG06A

Prepare an edit decision list and oversee the on line edit Edit recently shot material for immediate transmission Edit dialogue and sound Design broadcast facilities Plan and co ordinate the installation of broadcast equipment and facilities Install or upgrade broadcast equipment and facilities Maintain broadcast equipment and facilities Configure broadcast software Configure broadcast software Ensure quality of broadcast output

50 50 120 60 30 20 35 35 35 20

NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL

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Units of Competency

CUFGEN01A Develop and apply industry knowledge

Approved Hours

40 NIL

Competency FULLY ADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie DIRECT credit MAY be granted)

Competency PARTIALLYADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie full credit NOT permissible) COR305 The Visual Arts Industry IND010 Industry Awareness MMCRE002 Multimedia Industry Issues NMM001 Industry Context and Future Directions NMM004 Introduction to Multimedia

CUFGEN02A

Identify industry laws and regulations and apply them to workplace activities

20

NIL

CUFIMA01A

Produce and manipulate digital images

50

CUFIMA03A

Create 2D digital animation

80

MMAST005 Multimedia Image Manipulation AND MMAST004 Multimedia Image Acquisition AND MMAST006 Multimedia Authoring OR DAT001Image Capture AND DAT002 Image Enhancement AND DAT008 Imaging for the Web CIM308 Workshop: Computer Imaging for the Animator CIM304 3D Modelling AND CIM305 Introduction to Computer Animation OR ANI108 Animating 3D Digital Text AND ANI109 Modelling & Animating a 3D Digital Logo AND ANI110 3D Digital Animated Scene

MMCRE002 Multimedia Industry Issues FVP006 Industry Placement for the Film & Video Industry COR 307 Professional Practice ­ The Business of Art CIM303 Image Manipulation DIG002 Introduction to Computer Image Production CIM307 Computer Imaging for the Photographer ANI311 Computer Animation (Scanned Source)

CUFIMA04A

Create 3D digital animation

140

CIM305 Introduction to Computer Animation MMAST002 Multimedia 2D Animation NMM010 Introduction to 2D Animation ANI312 Computer Animation 2D MMAST003 Multimedia 3D Animation NMM014 Introduction to Modelling and Animation ANI313 3D Computer Animation

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CUFIMA05A Create 3D digital models and images

Approved Hours

80 NIL

Competency FULLY ADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie DIRECT credit MAY be granted)

Competency PARTIALLYADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie full credit NOT permissible) ANI330 Workshop ­ 3D Modelling for Animation MMAST003 Multimedia 3D Animation NMM014 Introduction to Modelling and Animation CIM304 3D Modelling ANI313 3D Computer Animation ANI109 Modelling and Animating a 3D Digital Logo NIL ILL303 Video, Music Covers and Storyboards ANI108 Animating 3D Digital Text NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL ANI108 Animating 3D Digital Text ANI109 Modelling & Animating a 3D Digital Logo ANI110 3D Digital Animated Scene FVP012 Advanced Lighting for Film and Video FVI102 Audio and Lighting Techniques for Film and Video FVP012 Advanced Lighting for Film and Video FVI102 Audio and Lighting Techniques for Film and Video FVI102 Audio and Lighting Techniques for Film and Video NIL COR307 The Business of Art DAT009 Multimedia for the Digital Artist DAT008 Imaging for the Web

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CUFIMA06A CUFIMA07A CUFLAB01A CUFLAB02A CUFLAB03A CUFLAB04A CUFLAB05A CUFLAB06A CUFLGT01A CUFLGT02A CUFLGT03A CUFLGT04A CUFLGT05A CUFMAR01A CUFMEM01A

Develop and implement visual effects designs Create titles for screen production Produce film and sound negatives Prepare negatives for printing Print film from a negative Process printed film Cut and match final negative for film printing Colour grade negatives prior to printing Develop and implement lighting designs Prepare, install and monitor lighting equipment Determine lighting requirements and operate lighting Operate lighting consoles Maintain, repair and modify lighting equipment Sell products and services Use an authoring tool to create an interactive sequence

80 80 20 30 30 20 40 40 30 50 80 80 20 20 80

NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL FVP012 Advanced Lighting for Film and Video AND FVI102 Audio and Lighting Techniques for Film or Video NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL MMAST006 Multimedia Authoring OR

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Competency FULLY ADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie DIRECT credit MAY be granted) NMM015 Introduction to Multimedia Authoring 2

Competency PARTIALLYADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie full credit NOT permissible) CNART012 Multimedia Laboratory CIM312 Workshop: Computer Imaging for the multimedia artist/designer NMM015 Introduction to Multimedia Authoring 2 NMM002 Design for Industry NMM017 Introduction to Multimedia Scripting MMCRE005 Multimedia Design Planning & Analysis MMPRO001 Multimedia Prototyping Project MMPRO002 Multimedia Production Project MMPRO003 Multimedia Quality Assurance Project NIL

CUFMEM02A

Author a multimedia product

140

CUFMEM03A CUFMEM04A

Integrate and use a scripting language in authoring a multimedia product Test a multimedia product

80 30

MMAST006 Multimedia Authoring AND MMPRO001 Multimedia Prototyping Project AND MMPRO002 Multimedia Production Project NIL NIL

CUFMEM05A

Manage multimedia assets

30

CUFMEM06A

Design a multimedia project

80

CUFMEM07A

Apply principles of visual design and communication to the development of a multimedia product

40

MMCRE005 Multimedia Design Planning & Analysis AND MMPRO001 Multimedia Prototyping Project OR MMPRO002 Multimedia Production Project MMCRE003 Multimedia Design AND NIL MMCRE005 Multimedia Design, Planning and Project Analysis OR MMPRO001 Multimedia Prototyping Project AND MMPRO002 Multimedia Production Project OR MMPRO003 Multimedia Quality Assurance Project AND MMPRO004 Multimedia Production Project MMCRE003 Multimedia Design AND NMM003 Introduction to Multimedia Authoring MMCRE005 Multimedia Design, Planning and NMM007 Multimedia Interface Design Project Analysis

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CUFMEM08A CUFMEM09A CUFMEM10A CUFMEM11A Apply principles of instructional design to a multimedia product Apply principles of game design to a multimedia product Design and create a multimedia interface Design the navigation for a multimedia product

Approved Hours

40 140 50 50 NIL NIL NIL NIL

Competency FULLY ADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie DIRECT credit MAY be granted)

Competency PARTIALLYADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie full credit NOT permissible) MMCRE003 Multimedia Design MMCRE005 Multimedia Design, Planning and Project Analysis NIL NMM007 Multimedia Interface Design MMCRE003 Multimedia Design MMCRE003 Multimedia Design MMPRO001 Multimedia Prototyping Project MMPRO002 Multimedia Production Project MMPRO003 Multimedia Quality Assurance Project MMPRO004 Multimedia Production Project MMAST006 Multimedia Authoring MMAST001 Multimedia Video, Audio & Virtual Reality FVI109 Digitising & Editing on the Desktop MMAST002 Multimedia 2D Animation CIM306 Workshop: Computer Imaging for the Illustrator CIM309 Workshop: Computer Imaging for the Fine Artist CIM310 Workshop: Computer Imaging for the Graphic Designer NIL NIL NIL NIL FVP008 Production Management for the Film and Video Industry NIL

CUFMEM12A CUFMEM13A CUFMEM14A

Update web pages Incorporate, design and edit digital video Create, manipulate and incorporate 2D graphics

80 60 60

NIL NIL MMAST005 Multimedia Image Manipulation AND MMAST004 Multimedia Image Acquisition AND MMAST006 Multimedia Authoring OR DAT001 Image Capture AND DAT002 Image Enhancement AND DAT008 Imaging for the Web NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL FVP008 Production Management for the Film and Video Industry AND FVP014 Production Experience for Film and Video

CUFMUP01A CUFMUP02A CUFMUP03A CUFPOP01A CUFPOP02A CUFPOP03A

Design, apply and remove period and specialised make­up Design, apply and remove make-up Maintain make-up continuity Prepare and participate in an electronic media activity Breakdown a script Compile a production schedule

100 80 60 40 20 20

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CUFPOP04A CUFPOP05A CUFPOP06A CUFPOP07A CUFPOP08A CUFPOP09A CUFPOP10A CUFPOP11A CUFPOP12A CUFPOP13A CUFPOP14A CUFPOP15A CUFPOP16A CUFPOP17A CUFPOP18A CUFPOP19A CUFPOP20A CUFPOP21A CUFPOP22A CUFPOP23A CUFPOP24A CUFPOP25A CUFPRP01A Compile a daily production schedule /running sheet Book and coordinate production resources Survey locations Manage a film or television shoot Location manage a film or television shoot Conduct a briefing Plan and coordinate the post production pathway Coordinate continuity Coordinate cast & crew Manage rehearsals Produce pre-recorded program segment Produce pre-recorded programs Produce live-to-air programs Plan and prepare a program Design a program format Schedule radio play lists Write a pre-production safety report Establish a safety plan for a screen production Supervise screen production safety Plan and coordinate stunts or action sequences safely Plan and coordinate the safe use of armoury Develop and monitor a program schedule Develop and implement props designs for the screen

Approved Hours

20 20 30 40 30 20 30 20 20 20 60 100 100 40 60 30 20 20 20 60 60 25 90 NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL

Competency FULLY ADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie DIRECT credit MAY be granted)

Competency PARTIALLYADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie full credit NOT permissible) FVP008 Production Management for the Film and Video Industry FVP008 Production Management for the Film and Video Industry FVP007 Design for the Film & Video Industry FVP008 Production Management for the Film and Video Industry FVP008 Production Management for the Film and Video Industry NIL FVP010 Post Production Sound FVP013 Advanced Editing for Film & Video NIL FVP008 Production management for the film and video industry NIL All elective Modules from 3002QLD Film & Video strand. FVP014 Production experience for film and video NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL FVP007 Design for the Film and Video Industry

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CUFPRP02A CUFPRP03A CUFPRP04A CUFPRP05A CUFPRP06A CUFRAD01A Coordinate props production Make props for the screen Repair, maintain and alter props Operate an off site props department Dress the set and maintain props continuity Originate and develop the concept

Approved Hours

90 90 30 40 40 50 NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL

Competency FULLY ADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie DIRECT credit MAY be granted)

Competency PARTIALLYADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie full credit NOT permissible) NIL FVP007 Design for the Film and Video Industry NIL NIL FVP007 Design for the Film and Video Industry MPR001 Major Project

CUFRAD02A

Develop and implement designs

40

MMCRE005 Multimedia Design, Planning & Project Analysis OR GSB300 Generic Studio Practice ­ Major OR MMPRO003 Multimedia Quality Assurance Project NIL

CUFSAF01A

Follow health, safety & security procedures

15

NIL

CUFSCE01A CUFSCE02A CUFSCE03A CUFSCE04A CUFSCE05A CUFSET01A CUFSET02A CUFSET03A

Develop and implement scenic art designs for the screen Coordinate scenic art production Prepare and prime scenic art cloths Produce scenic art for the screen Repair, maintain and alter scenic art Develop and implement set designs for screen Coordinate set production Make sets for the screen

90 90 10 90 30 90 90 90

NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL

MMCRE005 Multimedia Design, Planning & Project Analysis MMPRO003 Multimedia Quality Assurance Project FVP008 Production Management for the Film & Video Industry DES002 Creative Design Applications PHC065 Occupational Health and Safety in the Visual Arts IHS010 Introductory Health and Safety for Artworkers FVP004 Workplace Health & Safety for the Film & Video Industry FVP007 Design for the Film and Video Industry NIL NIL NIL NIL FVP007 Design for the Film and Video Industry NIL FVP007 Design for the Film and Video Industry

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CUFSET04A CUFSET05A CUFSET06A CUFSFX01A CUFSFX02A CUFSFX03A CUFSFX04A CUFSFX05A CUFSFX06A CUFSFX07A CUFSOU01A CUFSOU02A CUFTEC01A CUFWRT01A CUFWRT02A CUFWRT03A CUFWRT04A CUFWRT05A CUFWRT06A CUFWRT07A Repair, maintain and alter sets Coordinate the transportation and assembly of sets Assemble and maintain the set during production Develop and implement special effects designs for the screen Coordinate the creation of special effects Create special effects for the screen Repair, maintain and alter special effects Coordinate the transportation and assembly of special effects items Assemble and maintain special effects items during production Execute special effects safely Operate the boom Operate a studio panel Check, maintain and repair equipment Develop a narrative Write the script Edit the script Write presentation material Write content and/or copy Write a news voice report Write an interactive sequence for multimedia

Approved Hours

30 40 30 80 30 80 30 30 50 50 20 40 20 40 40 40 40 20 20 20 NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL

Competency FULLY ADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie DIRECT credit MAY be granted) NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL

Competency PARTIALLYADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie full credit NOT permissible)

NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL MMPRO001 Multimedia Prototyping Project AND MMPRO002 Multimedia Production Project OR MMPRO003 Multimedia Quality Assurance Project

NIL FVP011 Location and Studio Sound Recording for Film and Video NIL NIL ANI102 Scriptwriting & Storyboarding FVI101 Scripting & Pre-Production Processes NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL MMCRE005 Multimedia Design, Planning & Project Analysis

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CUFWRT08A Write narration

Approved Hours

20 NIL

Competency FULLY ADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie DIRECT credit MAY be granted) NIL

Competency PARTIALLYADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie full credit NOT permissible)

UNITS OF COMPETENCY FROM OTHER TRAINING PACKAGES

BSXFMI404A Participate in, lead and facilitate work teams 50 NIL MMPRO002 Multimedia Production Project FVP008 Production Management for the Film & Video Industry MMPRO001 Multimedia Prototyping Project MMPRO004 Multimedia Production Project NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL MMCRE004 Multimedia Communications

BSZ401A BSZ402A BSZ403A BSZ404A CUECLE1A CUECOR1A

Plan Assessment Conduct Assessment Review Assessment Train Small Groups Undertake general administrative procedures Manage own work and learning

20 20 10 30 25 15

NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NMM024 Introduction to Information Management in Digital Form OR GSL300 Generic Studio Practice ­ Minor OR GSB300 Generic Studio Practice ­ Major NCS001 Workplace Communication OR MMCRE004 Multimedia Communication OR FVP014 Production Experience for Film & Television NIL NIL NIL

CUECOR2A

Work with others

15

PRO001 Multimedia Prototyping Project PRO002 Multimedia Production Project

CUECOS2A CUECOS5A CUECOS7A

Apply art finishing Make millinery Construct hard and soft sculptured accessories, specialised costumes and costume jewellery

30 40 60

NIL NIL NIL

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CUEFIN1A Develop a budget

Approved Hours

30 NIL

Competency FULLY ADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie DIRECT credit MAY be granted)

Competency PARTIALLYADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie full credit NOT permissible) COR307 The Business of Art MMCRE004 Multimedia Communication MMCRE005 Multimedia Design Planning & Project Analysis FVP002 Business Studies for the Film & Video Industry BUS002 Introduction to Business Skills for Artworkers COR307 The Business of Art FVP002 Business Studies for the Film & Video Industry COR307 The Business of Art NMM020 Research Skills NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL FVP010 Post Production Sound FVP011 Location & Studio Sound Recording for Film & Video NIL NIL NIL

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CUEFIN2A CUEFIN3A CUEMAR2A CUEMAR3A CUEMUP4A CUEMUP5A CUEOHS1A CUEOHS2A CUERIG1A CUERIG2A CUESOU1A CUESOU6A CUETGE6A CUETGE7A CUETGE8A

Manage a budget Obtain sponsorship Undertake market research Undertake marketing activities Design, apply and remove special effects make­up Dress (style) wigs Implement workplace health, safety and security procedures Establish and maintain a safe and secure workplace Undertake rigging Lower and dismantle rigging equipment Repair and maintain sound equipment Design sound systems Prepare install and operate pyrotechnic effects Carry out manual soldering and desoldering Use hand tools

30 20 20 30 40 50 20 30 40 30 20 40 40 20 15

NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL

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CUETGE9A CUETGE10A CUEWRH12A CUEWRH19A CUEWRH20A CULMS413A Use power tools/hand held operation Perform routine manual metal arc and /or gas metal arc welding Dress (style) hair Maintain wigs and hairpieces Make wigs Use information technology

Approved Hours

20 20 1 40 20 60 NIL NIL

Competency FULLY ADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie DIRECT credit MAY be granted) NIL NIL

Competency PARTIALLYADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie full credit NOT permissible)

CUSADM01A CUSADM02A CUSADM03A

Purchase or hire equipment / supplies Coordinate the purchase or hire of equipment/supplies Manage a project

10 10 30

NIL NIL NIL CIM300 Computer Systems, Peripherals & Hardware OR FVP003 Computer Technologies for the Film & Video Industry OR DIG001 Introduction to Digital Technologies AND DIG002 Introduction to Computer Image Production AND DIG003 Introduction to Desktop Publishing OR MMCRE001 Multimedia Mechanics AND MMAST004 Multimedia Image Acquisition AND MMAST005 Multimedia Image Manipulation NIL NIL NIL

NIL NIL NIL Computer-based elective modules may be granted partial credit on the discretion of the RTO. NMM005 Computer Literacy and Numeracy Skills OR NMM024 Introduction to Information Management in Digital Form.

NIL NIL NMM016 Project Management 2 GSL300 Generic Studio Practice ­ Minor GSB300 Generic Studio Practice ­ Major MMPRO002 Multimedia Production Project MMPRO003 Multimedia Quality Assurance Project MMPRO001 Multimedia Prototyping Project MMCRE005 Multimedia Design, Planning & Project Analysis MMPRO003 Multimedia Quality Assurance Project

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CUSADM04A

Manage a major project

40

NIL

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CUSADM05A Develop and implement a business/strategic plan

Approved Hours

25

Competency FULLY ADDRESSED by the Module(s)

Competency PARTIALLYADDRESSED by the Module(s)

CUSADM06A CUSADM07A

Develop and implement an operational plan Establish and maintain work and contractual relationships Address legal and administrative requirements Establish and manage contracts

20 35

CUSADM09A

20

CUSADM10A

15

CUSFIN01A CUSGEN01A CUSGEN02A

Finance a project Use and adapt to changes in technology Work in a culturally diverse environment

30 25 10

(ie DIRECT credit MAY be granted) (ie full credit NOT permissible) COR307 Professional Practice for the Business of MMCRE002 Multimedia Industry Issues Art FVP002 Business Studies for the Film & Video Industry BUS002 Introduction to Business Skills for Artworkers NMM018 Introduction to Multimedia Business Management NIL MMCRE005 Multimedia Design Planning & Analysis MMPRO003 Multimedia Quality Assurance Project NIL MMCRE002 Multimedia Industry Issues COR306 Professionalism in Practise FVP005 Legal Studies for the Film & Video Industry NIL MMCRE002 Multimedia Industry Issues COR307 The Business of Art BUS002 Introduction to Business Skills for Artworkers NIL MMCRE002 Multimedia Industry Issues FVP005 Legal Studies for the Film & Video Industry BUS002 Introduction to Business Skills for Artworkers COR307 The Business of Art NIL COR306 Professionalism in Practice COM200 Communication for Self-Promotion in the Arts NIL NIL NIL NCS001 Workplace Communication MMCRE001 Multimedia Mechanics MMCRE004 Multimedia Communications COM100 Communication for Artworkers

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CUSGEN03A Collaborate with colleagues in planning and producing a project

Approved Hours

50

Competency FULLY ADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie DIRECT credit MAY be granted) FVP014 Production Experience for Film & Television OR PRO001 Multimedia Prototyping Project AND PRO002 Multimedia Production Project NIL MMCRE005 Multimedia Project Planning & Analysis OR MMPRO003 Multimedia Quality Assurance Project OR MMPRO004 Multimedia Production Project NIL NIL NIL NIL FVP011 Location and Studio Sound Recording for Film and Video ANI101 Sound Recording OR FVP010 Post Production Sound NIL

Competency PARTIALLYADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie full credit NOT permissible) NCS001 Workplace Communication MMCRE004 Multimedia Communication MMCRE005 Multimedia Design, Planning and Project Analysis COM100 Communication for Artworkers MPR001 Major Project

CUSGEN04A CUSGEN05A

Participate in negotiations Make presentations

20 40

CUSMAR01A CUSRAD01A CUSRAD02A CUSSOU01A CUSSOU02A CUSSOU03A CUSSOU04A

Promote products and services Collect and organise information Conduct research Move and set up instruments and equipment Operate a portable audio recorder Transfer sound Record sound

35 15 20 20 30 10 60

NIL NIL NMM020 Research Skills FVP011 Location & Studio Sound Recording for Film & Video FVI102 Audio & Lighting Techniques for Film or Video NMM008 Digital Audio 1 FVI102 Audio & Lighting Techniques for Film or Video FVP011 Location and Studio Sound Recording for Film and Video FVI102 Audio and Lighting Techniques for Film or Video ANI101 Sound Recording MMAST001 Multimedia Video, Sound and Virtual Reality FVP010 Post Production Sound NMM008 Digital Audio 1

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CUSSOU05A Install, align and test sound equipment Lay soundtracks Edit sound using analogue systems Operate sound reinforcement system Mix sound sources De-noise soundtracks Operate a sound mixing console Edit sound using digital systems

Approved Hours

40 NIL

Competency FULLY ADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie DIRECT credit MAY be granted)

Competency PARTIALLYADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie full credit NOT permissible) FVP011 Location and Studio Sound Recording for Film and Video FVI102 Audio and Lighting Techniques for Film or Video ANI101 Sound Recording FVI102 Audio and Lighting Techniques for Film or Video FVP010 Post Production Sound NIL FVI102 Audio and Lighting Techniques for Film or Video FVP010 Post Production Sound FVP010 Post Production Sound FVP010 Post Production Sound MMAST001 Multimedia Video, Sound and Virtual Reality NMM008 Digital Audio 1 FVI109 Digitizing & Editing on the Desktop MMM302 Image and Sound Capture MMM303 Multimedia as Self Promotion FVP011 Location and Studio Sound Recording for Film and Video ANI101 Sound Recording FVP010 Post Production Sound ANI101 Sound Recording FVP010 Post Production Sound ANI101 Sound Recording FVP010 Post Production Sound NIL NIL NIL

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CUSSOU06A CUSSOU07A CUSSOU08A CUSSOU09A CUSSOU10A CUSSOU11A CUSSOU12A

30 25 40 60 10 45 40

FVP010 Post Production Sound AND FVP011 Location and Studio Sound Recording for Film and Video NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL

CUSSOU13A CUSSOU14A CUSSOU15A CUSSOU16A CUSSOU17A CUSSOU18A CUSSOU19A

Set up, operate and de-rig portable sound recording equipment Breakdown soundtrack Create a final sound balance Develop sound design Develop and implement sound production for a recording Manage production for sound design Manage production for sound recording

40 50 25 50 200 60 80

NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL

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CUSSOU20A CUSSOU21A CUSSOU22A CUSSOU23A CUSTGE01A ICAITAD058A ICAITB060A ICAITB061A ICAITB070A ICAITB075A ICAITD128A ICAITI097A ICAITU005B Prepare and compile music for a soundtrack Direct a final audio master Implement sound design Specify sound systems Supervise technical operations Apply skills in object oriented design Identify physical database requirements Monitor physical database implementation Create code for applications Use library pre-existing components Create user and technical documentation Install and configure a network Operate computer hardware

Approved Hours

50 60 50 20 120 40 33 22 180 20 20 40 20 NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL

Competency FULLY ADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie DIRECT credit MAY be granted) NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL

Competency PARTIALLYADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie full credit NOT permissible)

MMAST006 Multimedia Authoring NIL NIL NIL MMCRE001 Multimedia Mechanics

ICAITU006B

Operate computing packages

60

ICAITU126A ICAITU127A ICPMM11bA ICPMM15dA

Use advanced features of computer applications Operate system software Identify components of multimedia Develop a multimedia script

30 50 20 40

NIL CIM300 Computer Systems, Peripherals and Hardware OR DIG001 Introduction to Digital Technologies Any combination of NOS computing modules or computerised accounting modules. A minimum of three separate computer applications (ie. word processing, spreadsheeting, database etc) must have been covered. NIL NIL NIL NIL

NIL

NIL NIL NIL MMPRO002 Multimedia Production Project MMAST006 Multimedia Authoring

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ICPMM41cA Incorporate text into multimedia presentations

Approved Hours

20

Competency FULLY ADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie DIRECT credit MAY be granted) DAT005 Digital Type and Desktop Publishing OR DIG003 Introduction to Desktop Publishing NIL

Competency PARTIALLYADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie full credit NOT permissible) CIM305 Introduction to Computer Animation ANI108 Animating 3D Digital Text CIM310 Workshop: Computer Imaging for the Graphic Designer DIG004 Desktop Publishing ­ Web Design MMAST001 Multimedia Video, Sound and Virtual Reality NMM008 Digital Audio 1 MMM302 Image and Sound Capture MMM303 Multimedia as Self Promotion MMM301 Multimedia Animation and Real Time Video Capture MMAST001 Multimedia, Sound and Virtual Reality MMM301 Multimedia Animation and Real Time Video Capture MMM300 Project Analysis, Authoring and the Multimedia Industry Context NMM019 Introduction to the Internet I MMAST006 Multimedia Authoring NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL COR307 The Business of Art BUS002 Introduction to Business Skills for Artworkers COR307 The Business of Art

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ICPMM44cA

Incorporate audio into multimedia presentations

40

ICPMM46cA

Incorporate video into multimedia presentations

40

NIL

ICPMM61dA ICPMM63bA ICPMM65dA LMTPDCL03A LMTPRCL11A LMTPRCL12A LMTPRCL14A THHGHS03A THHGLE05A THHGLE07A THHGLE12A THHGLE15A

Prepare multimedia for different platforms Access the Internet Create web pages with multimedia Select and/or modify patterns or blocks Grade patterns Measure, lay-up and cut custommade garments Assemble/fit custom-made/bespoke garments Provide first aid Roster staff Recruit and select staff Develop and manage marketing strategies Manage financial operations

50 20 50 180 90 120 120 24 30 60 50 75

MMCRE001 Multimedia Mechanics AND MMPRO002 Multimedia Production Project AND MMAST006 Multimedia Authoring NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL

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THHGLE16A THHGLE21A UTENES208PB Manage physical assets Provide mentoring support to business colleagues Disconnect and reconnect fixed wired electrical equipment 1000 volts AC or 1500 volts DC (Composite equipment) Attach flexible cords and plugs to electrical equipment 250 volt supply Attach flexible cables and plugs to electrical equipment 1000 volts AC or 1500 volts DC

Approved Hours

40 100 14 NIL NIL NIL

Competency FULLY ADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie DIRECT credit MAY be granted) NIL NIL NIL

Competency PARTIALLYADDRESSED by the Module(s)

(ie full credit NOT permissible)

UTENES209B UTENES210B

14 14

NIL NIL

NIL NIL

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Under Standard 9 of the Australian Quality Training Framework (AQTF), registered training organisations are required to develop and document the learning and assessment strategies they will employ for delivery of a Training Package qualification. Historically, the presentation of a structured delivery outline has been commonly referred to as a Training Program. The first stage in the production of a Training Program is the correct identification of the units of competency necessary to attain the qualification. This obviously must align with the National Training Package minimum requirements for the qualification, which are to be found in the Qualifications section of the Training Package. This provides rules and information on: · · mandatory units of competency for each qualification; selection of specialist and/or optional units of competency (commonly called `electives'), including enterprise specific units which will vary according to the particular requirements of the enterprise and the individual worker; any prerequisite, co-requisite or interdependent units of competency that may apply (also, in some Training Packages, where a lower level qualification might be prerequisite to the next level.)

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A Training Program will then continue by detailing other aspects relevant to delivery, such as sequencing of units into a progressive format, clustering of certain units on a holistic basis, times or durations involved, facilities/equipment and resources, assessment methodologies, etc. In addition to the above, where the qualification is delivered as an Apprenticeship or Traineeship the RTO is required to produce a fully comprehensive Training Plan, individualised for the particular student, which provides full details of on-job and off-job components and compliance with other requirements as stipulated by the Training Recognition Council. (Refer to next page for further information on Apprenticeships and Traineeships.) For students taking part in a Vocational Placement Scheme there is also a requirement for an individualised Training Plan to be produced. Further information on vocational placement can be obtained from: www.training.qld.gov.au/teb/guidelines.htm. It should be realised that Standard 9 and the other Standards of the AQTF prescribe far more than the basic Training Program and Training Plan aspects mentioned above. For full requirements, refer to "Australian Quality Training Framework ­ Evidence Guide for Registered Training Organisations" available from www.training.qld.gov.au/aqtf/pdf/evidenceguide.pdf. Regional DET offices can also provide further advice on the components of a Training Program, Training Plan and other compliances necessary under the AQTF.

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INFORMATION REGARDING APPRENTICESHIPS/TRAINEESHIPS

Under the Training and Employment Act 2000 the Training Recognition Council has the power to declare apprenticeships and traineeships. The Training Recognition Council, in consultation with the Industry Training Advisory Body (ITAB), industry associations/enterprises, industrial relations representatives (eg trade unions), and other relevant parties, determines which of the qualifications in the Film, Television, Radio and Multimedia National Training Package may be proposed as an Apprenticeship or Traineeship. When a new training qualification becomes available, Registered Training Organisations must advise all students of the benefits and disadvantages of continuing in their current course or transitioning to the new Training Package qualification. All new students in publicly funded training are to be enrolled in new Training Package qualifications once they are implemented in Queensland. As a general rule, existing apprentices and trainees should transition to new Training Package qualifications within 12 months from the date of implementation, or complete their current studies within the same period. However, if the employer does not consent to transition the apprentice or trainee to the new training qualification, the apprentice or trainee will continue in the current program through to completion. Parties to a registered training contract who agree to transition must inform the Training Recognition Council by forwarding a completed and signed "Agreement to Transition" form to their local regional office of the Department of Employment and Training. The Supervising Registered Training Organisation must also sign this form to confirm that the training plan has been reviewed. It is a Registered Training Organisation's responsibility to keep abreast of changes or additions to apprenticeship and traineeship qualifications in Training Packages by accessing the DET web site at www.training.qld.gov.au/apptrain/toinfo/index.htm. Enquiries about current apprenticeships and traineeships relevant to the Film, Television, Radio and Multimedia National Training Package should be directed to the nearest office of the Department of Employment and Training. The following electronic (Internet) links will also provide assistance: · Department of Employment and Training, Queensland Government (details on Apprenticeships, Traineeships, user choice funding, competitive purchasing) www.training.qld.gov.au. DET Training Products Support Website (details on all National Training Packages and their implementation status) www.training.qld.gov.au/trainpack/index.htm. Queensland Training Information Service (QTIS) (details on National Training Package qualifications and non-Training Package curricula recognised by the Training Recognition Council for delivery as apprenticeships or traineeships) http://tsx.dtir.qld.gov.au/inetsite/app/qtis/qtis.stm. National Training Information Service (NTIS) (Australian National Training Authority database on National Training Packages and nationally accredited courses) www.ntis.gov.au.

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RESOURCES

A range of existing resources is available to support the implementation of the Film, Television, Radio and Multimedia National Training Package. Many of the resources used to deliver accredited courses may continue to be relevant. Assessment tools designed for accredited courses may also be appropriate when assessing against units of competency but should be reviewed carefully to ensure compliance with the assessment requirements for the unit of competency. Organisations distributing training resources useful for the Film, Television, Radio and Multimedia National Training Package include:

Contact

Australian Training Products Level 25, 150 Lonsdale Street Melbourne VIC 3000 Tel: 03 9655 0600 Fax: Website: http://www.atpl.net.au/

Resource Comprehensive range of generic and sector specific training resources is available - refer to the ATP catalogue. 03 9639 4684

Centre for Training Materials Floor 5, Education House 30 Mary Street Brisbane QLD 4000 Tel: 07 3237 0045 Fax: 07 3404 3059 Website: http://www.training.qld.gov.au/ctm/home.htm Australian Education Sharing Network DETYA, Commonwealth of Australia Website: http://www.aesharenet.edu.au/ Educational Network Australia Website: http://www.edna.edu.au/EdNA CREATE Australia Suite 1, Level 9 418a Elizabeth Street SURRY HILLS NSW 2010 Tel: 02 9211 5342 Fax: 02 9211 5346 Email: [email protected] Arts Training Queensland PO Box 1028 NEW FARM QLD 4005 Tel: 07 3254 1355 Fax: Email: [email protected]

Arm of Division of Training, DET, for distribution of resources to assist in the implementation of National Training Packages.

National network for educational resources.

National network for educational resources. National contact for information on National Training Package and supporting resources.

State contact for information on National Training Package and supporting resources. 07 3254 1366

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GLOSSARY OF TERMS

Accreditation A process for the formal recognition of a course or qualification that leads to a nationally recognised qualification or Statement of Attainment under the Australian Qualifications Framework. The need to develop a course or qualification that is not met by an existing endorsed Training Package must be justified to the Training Recognition Council. For further information refer to this website: www.training.qld.gov.au/accreditation/index.htm These are not normally shown in endorsed National Training Packages. Hours are allocated to units of competency and to qualifications by the Queensland State Training Authority and may be used as a guide in the purchasing of training and assessment. One of three elements known as Endorsed Components of a Training Package. The Assessment Guidelines specify the requirements and processes necessary to establish a person's competency. This part of the Package is compulsory and should be read in conjunction with the performance criteria and range of variables in each competency unit. The principal strategic body responsible for supporting the Australian National Training Authority Ministerial Council (MINCO). It is responsible for the administration of national programs, the development of annual national training priorities, and advises the Council on vocational education and training across the nation. For further information refer to this website: http://www.anta.gov.au Provides principles, standards and protocols for a consistent quality assured approach to training. It supports mutual recognition arrangements between states/territories, RTOs and industries, and ensures that RTOs have the necessary capabilities to deliver quality training and assess competency outcomes, and issue nationally recognised qualifications. It replaces the Australian Recognition Framework (ARF) and the National Framework for the Recognition of Training (NFROT), and is part of the National Training Framework (NTF). Full implementation occurred on 1 July 2002. For further information refer to this website: http://www.training.qld.gov.au/regacc/index.htm?training

Approved Hours

Assessment Guidelines

Australian National Training Authority (ANTA)

Australian Quality Training Framework (AQTF)

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Australian Qualification Framework (AQF)

Provides a national framework for education and training qualifications across all educational sectors. There are twelve levels within the AQF which provide a guide as to the level of training required for a specific job/occupation. The level depends on the breadth, depth and complexity of knowledge and competencies and the degree of responsibility or accountability. For recognition and record-keeping purposes, ANTA issues uniform national codes for all qualifications and competency standards in National Training Packages. A description of the skills, knowledge and application of that knowledge that are considered essential for effective performance in a job/occupation. These are organised into a standard format called units of competency. Involves tailoring qualifications and courses and units of competency to meet specific customer needs that do not affect the integrity of the qualification outcomes. Customisation must be in accordance with both the qualification/course rules, and the National Guidelines for the Customisation of Accredited Courses. Customisation is not to be confused with re-packaging units of competency from different Training Packages to construct new accredited courses that are not met by existing endorsed National Training Packages. A National Training Package consists of Endorsed and NonEndorsed Components. Endorsed components consist of Industry Competency Standards, Qualifications, and Assessment Guidelines. The process of official national approval of National Training Packages by the National Quality Training Committee. Organisation that acts as a link between industry and the training sector. State ITABs represent the needs and interests of a particular industry or industry sector, advise the state government on training directions, and provide assistance and guidance to RTOs. National ITABs are centrally involved in the development and review of industry competency standards and training packages.

Codes

Competency Standards

Customisation

Endorsed Components

Endorsement Industry Training Advisory Body (ITAB)

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Mutual Recognition

Through mutual recognition an RTO can operate across any State or Territory. There are nine principles for mutual recognition that include the mutual recognition of qualifications and Statements of Attainment issued by other RTOs, and the recognition of RTOs by other State Training Authorities. A National Training Package consists of Endorsed and NonEndorsed Components. While endorsed components may not be customised, the RTO may design non-endorsed support materials to suit identified client need and facilitate the achievement of competence. Support materials may include curriculum modules, other learning materials, assessment materials and professional development kits for trainers/assessors. It is a framework established in an industry based, flexible regulatory environment. The framework includes Training Packages, the Australian Quality Training Framework and Apprenticeships/Traineeships. A set of nationally endorsed specifications for a particular industry, or industry sector, which consist of Endorsed Components and Non-endorsed Components that facilitate workplace training. Industry Training Advisory Bodies develop national competency standards which are packaged together with assessment guidelines and approved qualifications and endorsed by ANTA's National Training Quality Committee. For further information, refer to this website: www.training.qld.gov.au/trainpack/index.htm The National Training Quality Committee of the Australian National Training Authority (ANTA) is responsible for endorsing Training Packages and maintaining the quality assurance of competency standards. These explain which qualifications are contained in the National Training Package, their AQF levels, and how particular competency standards are packaged relevant to each qualification. These are training providers approved by the Queensland Training System. They can include TAFE Institutes, private training providers, industry enterprises, community providers and other providers who have gained registration to deliver or assess training. This is the range of accredited courses and/or National Training Package qualifications that a Registered Training Organisation is approved to deliver and for which it can issue qualifications.

Non-Endorsed Components or Support Materials

National Training Framework (NTF)

National Training Package

National Training Quality Committee (NTQC) Qualifications Framework

Registered Training Organisation (RTO)

Scope of Registration

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A document that outlines the approach to the attainment of competencies for a qualification. This can include the range of options or unit choices within the packaging rules, and the method and location for achievement of competency. Training Programs are non-endorsed `course outlines', and may be expressed in terms of units of competency or curriculum modules (but where modules are utilised these must align to the competency standards). "Training products" are now referred to as a qualification or a course. Qualifications and courses include those from nationally endorsed Training Packages and accredited courses leading to Statements of Attainment or qualifications under the AQF. Provides advice to the Training and Employment Board on policy and guidelines for the registration of training organisations, accreditation and regulation of courses, apprenticeship and traineeship systems, and vocational placements. Competency Standards are organised into a standard format consisting of: Unit Title and Description; Elements of competency which break down the individual skills that workers perform; Performance criteria which allow an assessor to know how well the elements must be performed; the Range of Variables which spell out the conditions or specific application in which the work is to be performed; and the Evidence Guide which states the context of assessment. Formal agreement between the Registered Training Organisation and the Strategic Planning and Purchasing Branch of DET, allowing the RTO to deliver Apprenticeship/Traineeship qualifications. Particular industry area with which a National Training Package qualification or accredited course is most closely aligned.

Training Products

Training Recognition Council

Unit of Competency

User Choice Contract

Vocational Training Area (VTA)

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Version Number 1 1.1 1.2 Additions/Alterations from Previous Version Initial Document Reformatting and error corrections Typographical errors corrected CUSADM02A ­ unit name corrected CUSADM08A replaced by CUFADM02A Date of Publication April 2002 October 2002 February 2003

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