Introduction to Radio & Media
Introduction to Radio and Media (Certificate III in Screen and Media – CUA31015) will equip you as a radio announcer, podcaster, or audio producer. As part of your training, you will be working at 99.9 Live FM where we are announcing to over 26,000 listeners in North Queensland with the message “It’s Good to Be Alive.”
CUA31015 Certificate III in Screen and Media
Good communication is essential for strong relationships, healthy families, and communities! Our mission is to train and equip effective communicators to share good news and influence positive community growth.
The core units of the course will develop and extend your critical thinking skills and prepare you to work effectively within the creative arts industry. The course is delivered through a combination of online and face to face learning, as well as ‘on-the-job’ experience throughout the course.
During the course you will learn how to follow a design process, present programs on air, prepare and organise content for broadcast, complete basic sound editing, make presentations and effectively use social media for greater impact.
Cohort start date: 5 February, 2020
High School Students
Year 11 and 12 students based in Townsville can undertake this course while in school. These cohorts run over 18 months, with online study at your own pace and one day per week of volunteer work experience at 99.9 Live FM.
High School Graduates
Students who have finished school can also complete the course over one year. These cohorts are full-time (20 hours per week) with a combination of online training and volunteering at 99.9 Live FM.
Queensland Pre-Qualified Supplier (PQS)
YWAM Townsville Training is a Pre Qualified Supplier (PQS) with the Queensland Government. This means that eligible students can apply for funding under the Certificate III Guarantee and other programs. The PQS system provides a central register of pre-approved registered training organisations (RTOs) for the delivery of training and assessment services subsidised by the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training.
This training is approved for Austudy/ABSTUDY. Students on this must study full-time (i.e. one year for 20 hours/week – including their in-office vocational hours), as well as meeting all other Centrelink eligibility requirements.