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Diploma of Audio Engineering & Sound Production

Love sound and music? Study this Diploma of Audio Engineering and Sound Production from JMC Academy and pursue a career you're passionate about.


The course trains students to use industry-leading software to edit, arrange and mix audio and sound to a professional standard.


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Diploma of Entertainment Business Management

Gain a foundational understanding of business management for the entertainment industry by studying this Diploma of Entertainment Business Management course from JMC Academy.


Complete the course and in a year’s time you could be working as an events manager or booking agent.


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Bachelor of Creative Arts (Film & Television)

Learn how to create everything from a short film to a television commercial with this Bachelor of Creative Arts (Film & Television) course through The JMC Academy.



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About Entertainment

There’s nothing like turning a good ol’ yarn into great viewing, and it’s something Australians have been getting pretty good at. The Australian film and television industry is boutique, but it has also produced great talent and seen positive developments of late with HBO partnerships and big-budget films coming to our shores.

Industry stalwart Jack Thompson is positive about the state of play, noting, ‘We have created film and television schools, we have the most extraordinary production facilities, we make major American films here at an extraordinary level’. On receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Australian International Movie Convention, he was clearly proud of the role he has been able to play in the industry’s development over the years.

There’s a lot that goes into telling stories in the best way possible – good screenwriting, shrewd casting, smooth technical operations and logistics, and quality cinematography, lighting, direction, editing and post-production are just some of the main elements along the way. Making a film is a lot like getting many wayward ducks to line up in a row, but when it comes off it can be very rewarding.

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Looking for Entertainment opportunities in Australia?

There are currently 4,140 Entertainment job openings in Australia*. The average salary for an Entertainment job in Australia is $65,000.

The Australian Government Department of Employment estimates a projected employment growth to 2018 of 200 jobs for the Entertainment industry in Australia.

Gaining an Entertainment qualification will significantly increase your career prospects for Entertainment jobs in Australia. Studying an online course with an accredited Australian provider gives you the flexibility you need to study at your own pace.

Education in Australia

  • The percentage of people employed in Australia with a bachelor's degree or higher qualification: 29%
  • The percentage of people employed in Australia with a cert III or higher VET qualification: 31%
  • The percentage of people employed in Australia without a post-school qualification: 36%

Employment in the Entertainment industry in Australia

Australia has a population of 23,625,031, with a total of 11,645,500 people currently employed. The average job seeker age for Australia is 37 years and the current unemployment rate sits at 5.7%. Part-time workers make up 46% of the workforce in Australia.

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