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Certificate IV in Music

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  • Objectives
    Develops students skills in performance and widens their musical backgrounds. This VET course is offered by WAAPA as a Registered Training Organisation under the Australian Quality Training Framework. The Units of Competence from the nationally accredited Music (CUS01) Industry Training Package are clustered within the course delivery units.
  • Entry requirements
    Students apply directly to the Academy for admission which is based on auditions and interviews normally held in November ‑ December. Students are assessed on the following criteria: school or post‑secondary academic record; performance at an audition. A minimum music standard equivalent to Grade VI practical and Grade V theory (AMEB) is desirable. It is expected that applicants would normally have achieved a level of education equivalent to completion of Year 10. Information relating to audition requirements and procedures is available from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts.
  • Academic Title
    Certificate IV in Music
  • Course description
    Related careers
    Musician, Performer,

    This course is available for on-campus study by students with an International student visa.
    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. The Certificate IV in Music at WAAPA achieves 14 Units of Competence from the Certificate level of the Music Industry Training Package (CUS01). These Units of Competence are clustered within the course delivery units of core studies, concert practice, ensemble skills, musicianship, principal study and projects.

    Unit                Description                                                                                          Points
    Core Studies

    CUSADM08A    Address copyright requirements                                                                0
    CUSSAF02A     Follow health, safety and security procedures in the music industry         0
    CUSBGE17A    Maintain and apply music industry knowledge                                           0
    CUSBGE16A    Maintain self or group in business                                                              0

    Concert Practice
    CUSMPF03A    Develop and maintain stagecraft skills                                                       0

    Ensemble Skills
    CUSMPF11A    Perform music as part of a group                                                               0
    CUSMGE14A    Read music for performance and analysis                                                  0
    CUECOR02B    Work with others                                                                                       0

    Musicianship
    CUSMCP02A    Compose a simple song or tune                                                                 0
    CUSMCP03A    Create a simple accompaniment for a song or tune                                   0

    Principal Study
    CUSMPF04A    Prepare self for performance    #                                                                0
    CUSMPF09A    Evaluate and extend performance technique    #                                       0

    Projects
    CUSMCP01A    Contribute creative music ideas to a project                                              0
    CUSMGE12A    Maintain and expand music knowledge and critical listening skills              0

    #Designated Units and therefore subject to rule 33A (7) These units are a fundamental course requirement and may only be attempted once unless otherwise determined by Board of Examiners. Where a student is assessed as 'not yet competent' in a Designated Unit that student may, at the discretion of the Board of Examiners, be excluded from the course and the academic progression status of the student shall be excluded .


    For further information on Training Packages refer to the National Training Information Service at http://www.ntis.gov.au/

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