VETiS Entertainment Competition
Individuals who work within this skill area apply a broad of support services for the entertainment industry. Support services may include scenery and set construction, lighting and sound, production, staging and broadcasting, administration, and customer service.
The VETiS Competition is designed to test the ability of the competitor in providing technical Audio, Lighting, Vision support.
YOU SHOULD PURSUE A CAREER IN ENTERTAINMENT IF YOU:
- Have an interest in computers and electronics
- Inspired by media production and fine arts
- Enjoy working with people
- Prefer practical hands-on work
- Are able to problem solve
IT ALL BEGINS AT A REGIONAL COMPETITION
The WorldSkills Australia VETiS Entertainment Competitions begin at a grass roots level in one of 42 Australian regions. The VETiS Entertainment Regional Competitions test the skills and knowledge of 4000+ apprentices, trainees and students, who have the opportunity to win gold, silver and bronze medals and gain the chance to go on to compete at a national level.
WorldSkills Australia competitions operate on a two-year cycle. The next VETiS Entertainment Regional Competition rounds are now running across the country. 2023 and 2025 are the next National Championship years.
Training Package Requirements
The WorldSkills Australia VETiS Entertainment competitions align to the National Creative Arts and Culture Training Package.
Training Package Requirements – Regional Level
The 2022 WorldSkills Australia Regional Competition for VETIS Entertainment aligns to Units of Competency contained in the CUA30420 – Certificate III in Live Production and Technical Services Qualification.
Regional Competition Tasks
The Regional Competition for VETiS has been designed for Competitors to test their skills across Audio, Lighting and Vision Systems. The tasks are designed as a tabloid with 3 separate stations/components to allow students to show their ability to individually set up and operate each of the systems
Regional Competition Tasks include:
- Demonstrate industry relevant performance and knowledge evidence
- Follow workplace protocols and safety procedures
- Adopt methodical and logical approaches to completing basic tasks
- Complete and interpret workplace documentation
- Complete tasks within required timeframes
- Follow industry accepted communication practices and protocols
Regionals Competition Duration
The competition is completed in 4.5 hours over 1 days not including briefing or breaks.
2023 and 2025 National Competition for this skill area is subject to National progression guidelines.
Find out more about training options
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Learn more about this course by following the following link Certificate III in Live Production and Technical Services