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Our courses offer the right balance of practical knowledge and academic excellence and a wide range of study options.
This course structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.
This qualification is from the Music Training Package CUS09. Unit selection and delivery are designed to reflect and meet the needs of the music industry.
These VET Units of Competence are clustered within the WAAPA course delivery units using the industry terms: Ensemble, Songwriting-Arranging, Studio Skills, Professional Management, Concert Practice, Electronic Music, Media Performance, Aural, Copyright, History, OH&S, Second Study, and Theory/Rhythm/Improvisation. Details of the specific delivery arrangement for each unit of competence are available from the relevant Course Coordinator or the Program Director.
|CUSOHS301A||Follow occupational health and safety procedures||0|
|CUSIND501A||Apply music knowledge and artistic judgement||0|
|CUFCMP501A||Manage and exploit copyright arrangements||0|
|CUSMLT501A||Refine aural-perception skills||0|
|CUSMPF501A||Prepare a program for performance||0|
|CUSMCP501A||Compose music using electronic media||0|
|CUSMCP402A||Develop techniques for composing music||0|
|CUSMCP401A||Develop techniques for arranging music||0|
|CUSSOU504A||Create a final sound balance||0|
|CUSMPF402A||Develop and maintain stagecraft skills||0|
|CUSMPF404A||Perform music as part of a group||0|
|CUSMPF410A||Perform music from written notation||0|
|CUSMLT402A||Articulate ideas about music||0|
|CUSMPF506A||Develop technical skills and expand repertoire||0|
|CUSMPF408A||Develop performance techniques on a second instrument||0|
|CUSMLT403A||Analyse functional harmony||0|