RADM offers students an accredited comprehensive three year course in digital film making (Year 8-10).
The course covers essential areas including:
- Script Writing
- Sound Design
The emphasis is on learning through experience and focuses on growing students’ communication, leadership, collaborative and creative skills.
Where every student is capable of successful learning
Students receive on-going support from industry professionals and use the industry-standard equipment. Theory helps to develop a full understanding of the complexities of filmmaking in fun and engaging classroom sessions.
Students who are successful in the program have an opportunity to obtain a Certificate II in Creative Industries (Media) under the auspices of North Metro TAFE by the end of Year 10. Certificate II course completion at Roleystone will count towards WACE points at any school a student chooses to complete their schooling at for Year 11 and 12.
RADM is a three-year course, commencing in Year 8. Students can apply for RADM after Year 8, however, late acceptance into this program is made on a case by case basis. There is a requirement that students who enter the RADM course will commit to the program until the end of Year 10.