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Certificate IV in Music (Classical)
This course structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.
All delivery units are full year units studied full time at Mount Lawley campus.
The Certificate IV in Music (Classical) at WAAPA achieves 14 units from the Music Training Package. The Training Package rules require the three core units plus at least seven specialist units and four electives. At WAAPA these 14 Units of Competency are clustered within the course delivery units of Aural, Ensemble, Harmony, History, Music Industry and Principal Study. Students specialise in Classical Performance or Classical Composition through the choice of their elective unit set.
|CUSMLT302A||Develop and apply aural perception skills||0|
|CUSMPF410A||Perform music from written notation||0|
|CUSMLT403A||Analyse functional harmony||0|
|CUSMPF401A||Rehearse music for group performances||0|
|CUSMPF404A||Perform music as part of a group||0|
|CUSMPF302A||Prepare for performances||0|
|CUSMLT301A||Apply knowledge of genre to music making||0|
|CUFCMP301A||Implement copyright arrangements||0|
|CUSOHS301A||Follow occupational health and safety procedures||0|
|CUSIND301B||Work effectively in the music industry||0|
Principal Study Performance
|CUSMPF402A||Develop and maintain stagecraft skills||0|
|CUSMPF405A||Develop instrumental techniques||0|
|CUSMPF406A||Perform music as a soloist||0|
Principal Study Composition
|CUSMCP301A||Compose simple songs or musical pieces||0|
|CUSMCP303A||Develop simple musical pieces using electronic media||0|
|CUSMCP402A||Develop techniques for composing music||0|