General Course Information

Course Structure Yr11 - Students will attend Melba College on Thursdays in full school uniform, from 2pm until 5.30pm.

Course Structure Yr12 - Students will attend Melba College on Wednesdays in full school uniform, from 2pm until 6.00pm.

Withdrawing from course - Any student who wishes to withdraw from a VET Program must notify in writing the delivering school VET co-ordinator as soon as possible. If student withdraws before the end of the school calendar year, prior to starting their VET course, a $50 refund will be given. If a student withdraws at the beginning of the course no refund will be given due to administration costs. If a student has paid the full amount and withdraws prior to the end of Week 6, term 1, he/she will receive full amount less $100. If a student withdraws after the end of week 6, term 1 he/she will receive no refund.

 

Course information - Certificate III 2011

Competency Summary - Certificate III 2012

Credit in the VCE - Students who complete Certificate III in Music Industry Technical Production will be eligible for four units credit towards their VCE.

Certificate III - Assessment Plan

Credit in the VCE - Students who complete Certificate III in Music Industry (Technical Production) will be eligible for up to five units credit towards their VCE: up to three at Unit 1–2 and a Unit 3–4 sequence.

ATAR Contribution - Students wishing to receive an ATAR contribution for a 3–4 sequence from VCE VET Music Industry must undertake Scored Assessment for the purpose of achieving a Study Score. This Study Score can contribute directly to the primary four or as a fifth or sixth study.

Scored Assessment - Students wishing to receive a Study Score for VCE VET Music Industry must undertake Scored Assessment. This consists of three coursework tasks, worth 66% of the overall Study Score and an end of year examination, worth 34% of the overall Study Score.

 

Useful Sites
Collarts are the Registered Training Organisation that oversee the Music Industry Skills course delivery. Collarts are also responsible for issuing certificates to students who sucessfully complete each course.
VCAA (Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority) for up-to-date information about V.E.T. and V.C.E. courses in delivered in Victoria.