Start your Performing Artists Dream here! Australian Performing Arts Conservatory (APAC) a school for future Singers, Dancers, Actors and Directors.

Do you have a dream to become a superstar? Do you want to become a director in the future? If you are interested in the performing arts industry in Australia, what are your options? Today, we are going to introduce you to the Australian Performing Arts Conservatory (APAC) a performing arts school for independent artists.

Director

PR Pathway-212312 Director (Film, TV, Radio or Stage)

Course recommendation
Bachelor of Screen & Stage (Screen Production)
COURSE CODE – 105177B

A Bachelor degree has become the entry level benchmark internationally for the industry which demands higher order skills across: Executive, Production, Creative, and Technical roles. The Bachelor of Screen & Stage (Screen Production) is a practical and multi-disciplinary film course that covers a variety of theoretical knowledge; contextual understanding; highly developed analytical and critical thinking skills.

 

Moreover, APAC provides the film-making equipment with higher level technical skills: cameras, lighting, audio etc, and meshes that with aesthetic, artistic, creative and production skills.

 

The career outcomes include, Lighting Designer, Sound Recordist, Director of Photography, Camera Operator, Production Manager, Post Production and more.

 

PR Pathway-212314 Film and Video Editor

The Skills Assessment of film and video editor is VET group B, which will require one year of highly relevant work experience in the past five years. If students study a major that is related to the film and video industry, the one-year working experience will be exempt. The job role is mainly in the areas of video editing, dubbing, special effects, subtitles.

 

Course recommendation

Bachelor of Screen & Stage (Screen Production)

Please refer to the information below.

 

Dancer or Choreographer

The choreographer must have the specific skills to teach and arrange dances and to effectively train/manage actors to complete the requirements of the performance. Also, they need to understand the foundation of different kinds of dance and related dance experience.

 

PR Pathway- 211112 Dancer or Choreographer

211112 Dancer or Choreographer classified to the VETASSESS Group B occupation and requires a bachelor or higher degree (Qualification/s assessed at Australian bachelor’s degree or Australian higher degree level). The Skill Assessment does not require IELTS, and the assessment is permanently effective.

 

Course Recommendation

Bachelor of Screen & Stage (Song & Dance)
COURSE CODE – 105176C

This is a course designed for contemporary performing artists to reinforce and integrate the complementary performance skills which are increasingly in demand. Not only in the modern-day stage music, but also in the fast-growing field of music video sector.

 

By collaborating with actors, singers, dancers and filmmakers on a range of projects, you will have an opportunity to establish your knowledge and experience to work flexibly in the creative industry.

 

The career outcomes include, Entertainer, Dancer, Singer/Songwriter, Recording Artist, Actor, Music Teacher, Choreographer and Music Journalist and more.

 

Skills Assessment requirements

The occupations above are on the Short-term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL). The first requirement is to complete a relevant bachelor’s degree or above (aligned with the Australian Qualification Framework).  Then the other Skill Assessment requirements includes:

•At least one year of post-qualification highly relevant employment at an appropriate skill level in the last five years

•Work 20 hours or more per week, and

•Highly related to the nominated occupation

 

After successful completion of the above, students may apply to migrate to Australia. The visa type has been illustrated below:

212312 Director (Film, TV, Radio or Stage)

 

212314 Film and Video Editor

211112 Dancer or Choreographer

In addition, students are also eligible to apply for a post-graduate visa (subclass 485), which allows applicants to stay and work in Australia for two years.

 

What are you waiting for? Apply NOW to study at APAC, and makes your dreams come true!

 

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