The AFTRS Graduate Attributes are generic learning outcomes for all AFTRS award courses.
The AFTRS has identified four overarching graduate attributes-creative, collaborative, skilled and entrepreneurial. These attributes form the core of AFTRS award courses. They articulate the qualities that equip graduates for a role within Australian culture and the screen arts and broadcasting sector.
The AFTRS Graduate Attributes are:
Creative - an AFTRS graduate will have the capacity to generate new ideas through invention, synthesis and responsiveness to the ideas of others.
Collaborative - an AFTRS graduate will be committed to the benefits of team work to realise creative visions.
Skilled - an AFTRS graduate will be accomplished and effective in the execution of their work.
Problem Solving- an AFTRS graduate will have the capacity to initiate activities and achieve outcomes based on their knowledge and understanding of the screen arts and broadcast sector.
Updated 27 July 2012
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