Estimated Cost: $90

Predicted cost for 2022

Course Outline

Interested in TV, video or film production or the design contexts of digital photography, animation or audio editing? The Certificate III in Screen and Media is for student’s keen to add these creative areas to their educational pathway. Learners have access to modern facilities and gain skills on industry standard equipment, the latest Adobe software, design studio and sound recording booth to produce a range of media products.


Morley Senior High School uses its on-campus TV studio to simulate the real working environment of a television station. Students enrolled develop realistic skills and knowledge through the production of the school’s informational morning TV program, Morley Vision. They undertake a range of pre-production and production roles required to produce a television program, including reporter/interviewer, camera operator, vision mixer, host, newsreader and audio technician. Students are involved in the production of other media products, including elements of the yearbook and graduation videos, content for the school Facebook page and combine different media including text, sound, music, video, film, photographs, graphics and animation.


Students complete both written and project-based tasks with skills developed that may lead to jobs in the creative industries sector such as Camera and Lighting Assistant, Community Radio Programmer and Presenter, Sound Technician, Media Professional, Web Designer, 3D Modeller, 3D Animator, Assistant Video Editor, Graphic or Storyboard Designer, Assistant Photographer or Web Design Assistant. A number of graduates of certificate courses in media provided by Morley SHS have established careers in the media industry, ranging from television journalists and camera operators through to photographers, graphic artists or radio and television producers. Further educational options include related certificate IV and diploma courses and projects can contribute to portfolio entry and other pathways into university.


To receive the CUA31020 Certificate III in Screen and Media students will have to demonstrate the requirements of the eleven units listed below over years 11 and 12.

 Core Units

CUAIND311        Work effectively in the creative arts industry

CUAWHS312      Apply work health and safety practices

BSBCRT311       Apply critical thinking skills in a team environment


Elective Units

CUAANM301      Create 2D digital animations

CUACAM211      Assist with a basic camera shoots

CUADIG303        Produce and prepare photo images

CUADIG304        Create visual design components

CUADIG311        Prepare video assets

CUAPOS201       Perform basic vision and sound editing

CUAPOS311       Edit video and audio content for social media

CUASOU212      Perform basic sound editing



Minimum Entrance Requirements

Students enrolling in Certificate III in Screen and Media must also enrol in Workplace Learning to complete two core units of this certificate.

Further Study

YEar 12 – Continuation of Certificate III in Screen and Media

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