Graduates of the Certificate in DJ and Electronic Music Production (Level 4) are able to apply skills and knowledge to be competent to demonstrate technical skill in a range of DJ styles and perform solo or as part of a DJ performance group to an industry standard, commensurate with paid performance work at small to medium sized venues as are commonly found in the New Zealand music industry.
Graduates have the skills and knowledge to be able to participate actively in the DJ and music industries as full-time or part-time professional performers and electronic music producers and/or move on to further training in the areas of audio engineering, music and event management, or other careers in the creative sector.
STUDY HIGHLIGHTS SUMMARY
Graduates will be able to produce beats and tracks using their skills with computers and industry-specific software and will be able to use their understanding of technology to discuss developments in contemporary digital DJ technology.
Graduates are able to demonstrate studio electronic and live music production skills including basic music keyboard skills and the ability to set up and operate small PA and lighting systems. They will have basic business, marketing, communication and self-promotion skills, and a professional attitude to their DJ business (including book-keeping, costing, health and safety issues and applying safe practice.)
Become a self-employed DJ or music entrepreneur, produce electronic music for live performance or broadcast, or work in radio or event promotions.
- By interview or similar
- English Language: IELTS (Academic Test) 5.5, no bands under 5.0, or equivalent.
|Course Level||Certificate - Level 4, 5, 6 or 7|
|Study Type||Full Time|
|Tuition Fee||18,000 (or if enrol 2 years then $19,500 first year + $10,000 second year)|
|Other Study Costs||$200 (Tai Poutini Polytechnic pays for Medical/Travel Insurance for their International Students)|