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Certificate IV in Aboriginal Theatre
This course structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.
This course achieves the following endorsed National Competency Standards
|CUAMPF301A||Employ music and singing in performance||0|
|CUAMPF302A||Develop vocal techniques for use in performance||0|
|CUADAN204A||Perform basic Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander dance technique||0|
|CUADAN302A||Increase depth of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander dance technique||0|
|CUAPRF302A||Develop basic acting skills||0|
|CUAPRF401A||Employ a range of acting skills in performance||0|
|WAAPA00122||Acquire basic skills in acting for camera||0|
Creating Original Work for Theatre
|CUAPRF301A||Create and tell stories||0|
|WAAPA00033||Develop knowledge and understanding of indigenous writing and performance||0|
|WAAPA00027||Read and understand a play for performance||0|
|WAAPA00034||Memorise and perform indigenous works with historical and contextual meaning||0|
|CUAPRF404A||Refine movement skills for performance||0|
|CUAPRF405A||Rehearse technique for performance||0|
|CUAPRF406A||Use technique in performance||0|
|CUAPRF304A||Develop audition techniques||0|