Become a TV Shooter Producer
In this Industry Certificate, held over 6 Weekends and 7 Tuesday evenings at AFTRS, you’ll develop the technical camera knowledge, confidence and practical skills that are essential to operate as a successful TV Shooter/Producer.
Delivered by a highly experienced TV Shooter/Producer, this course will include extensive hands-on experience with a range of different equipment, television production theory, practical excursions, and presentations from industry guests. The course will primarily utilise Sony FS7 cameras.
This course has been designed to give students the knowledge, confidence and solid foundation skills in what is an increasingly valued and sought-after role.
Develop camera and audio skills
Develop and practice the essential camera and audio skills a Shooter/Producer needs in order to deliver useable, professional standard, broadcast quality footage.
Learn production knowledge
Learn the fundamental production knowledge required to be an effective Shooter Producer including how to balance and manage the broad technical, organisational and creative requirements.
Learn data wrangling skills
Learn the fundamentals of data wrangling and rushes labelling in the field, and understanding what the post-production dept needs.
Is the Industry Certificate: TV Shooter Producer right for you?
The TV Shooter Producer Industry Certificate is ideal for production staff who want to upskill to become competent at recording quality video and sound on set and location.
It has a technical focus, and includes a range of practical exercises so students can consolidate their skills shooting in uncontrolled/unscripted situations.
The course covers:
- how to efficiently and correctly build and set up camera, audio and tripod systems from a deconstructed kit, correctly link cameras and audio equipment (with a focus on proper placement and use of radio mics on subject) in an unscripted/documentary/reality environment.
- controlling and adjusting camera and audio settings to correct parameters under a range of shooting conditions.
- rushes labelling and protocols and basic data wrangling skills.
- basic lighting skills
- visual storytelling skills and how to ensure sufficient coverage in an unscripted environment
This is NOT an advanced Cinematography course and does not cover drama camera crew skills. If you are interested in developing skills in Drama camera operation we suggest the Camera Assisting Industry Certificate. If your focus is on becoming an all-rounder/digital content creator we suggest the Content Creator Industry Certificate which includes post production, and uses less complex cameras. If you want a short introductory camera course try our Camera and Sound Fundamentals course.
What you will need
No previous experience with camera is necessary for this course, but some knowledge and experience of TV production will be advantage as there will be some assumed knowledge.
This course is delivered on campus at AFTRS over 6 weekends and 7 Tuesday evenings. (6 weekends over 7 weeks – no course on Australia Day long weekend). There will be assessment work required outside of class time, including shooting assessment work.
Six Weekends: 9am – 5pm:
Sat – Sun 18-19 Jan
Skip Australia Day Long W/end
Sat – Sun 1-2 Feb
Sat – Sun 8-9 Feb
Sat – Sun 15-16 Feb
Sat – Sun 22-23 Feb
Sat – Sun 29 Feb- 1 Mar
7 Tuesday evenings 6:30pm-8:30pm
Tues 14, 21, 28 Jan, 4 Feb, 11 Feb, 18 Feb, 25 Feb
NOTE: Some of these sessions may be delivered by Zoom Video – i.e. you can attend remotely.
Payment Plan: this course is eligible for a payment plan.
25% to confirm enrolment in the course
25% due 14 days from beginning of course
25% due by the end of week 3 of the course
25% due by the end of week 6 of the course
NOTE: If you enrol 14-1 day before course commencement, 50% payment will be required to confirm enrolment.
Enrolments close on Monday 13 January.
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This course is eligible for a payment plan.
25% to confirm enrolment in the course
25% due 14 days from the beginning of the course
25% due by the end of week 2 of the course
25% due by the end of week 4 of the course
Note: If you enrol 14 – 1 day before course commencement, 50% payment will be required to confirm enrolment.
AFTRS reserves the right to cancel any course for any reason at any time. In the event of a course being cancelled a full refund of course fees will be provided. If you are planning to travel to attend a course, please confirm with us via email that the course will be proceeding before you make your travel bookings. AFTRS is not liable for any travel costs incurred due to course postponement, cancellation, or any other circumstance.
If an attendee wishes to withdraw from a course, they may do so up to 15 days before the course commences and get a full refund. Cancellations 14 days or less before course commencement will incur a fee.
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