AFTRS is reinventing its Schools Program. We are phasing out the AFTRS campus based program and delivering it online, so more schools can access the program across the country.
There will be limited spaces available at the AFTRS campus at Moore Park, Sydney for schools in 2017, until the end of term 2.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR TEACHERS
Board of Studies (BOSTES) accredited professional development courses will be offered to primary and secondary school teachers at AFTRS with the first Filmmaking for Teachers course to be scheduled in term 2.
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ONLINE CURRICULUM-LINKED RESOURCES
In mid 2017, AFTRS will launch an online curriculum-linked program including educational tools and assets available for teachers all around Australia to support a variety of subjects including media and English in the national curriculum.
AFTRS continues to offer our popular school holiday programs for children aged 9-17 years featuring courses from The Real Filmmaking Workshop to HSC Video Intensive to Make It On YouTube.
Tailored programs for schools are also available from time to time. Please email AFTRS for a quote via firstname.lastname@example.org
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