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Mon 5 Oct 2015, 6:15pm–9:15pm
Mon 12 Oct 2015, 6:15pm–9:15pm
Mon 19 Oct 2015, 6:15pm–9:15pm
Mon 26 Oct 2015, 6:15pm–9:15pm
Mon 2 Nov 2015, 6:15pm–9:15pm

Where: Metro Screen, Corner of Oxford Street and Oatley Road, Paddington, New South Wales

Restrictions: 18+

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“I learned a lot and enjoyed coming each week.”

"Excellent industry knowledge and current experience made the course very interesting."

Start a career in television or episodic screen storytelling with this part-time course.

Focusing on the role of producer, this course will give you an introduction to creating television shows and episodic content across documentary, reality and live television. It covers everything from research and development to funding, production stages, pitching, casting, trends, and the differences between major networks and community stations.

Places are limited, so don’t leave it to the last minute to enrol!

You will learn:
- Roles in TV and episodic production
- Creating a program including brainstorming, formats, genre
- The TV and episodic production process: pre-production and post-production
- Episodic breakdown
- Legals, insurances and financials
- Trouble-shooting
- Pitching
- Audience engagement
- Getting your foot in the door

Industry Tutor:
Carolyn Mee has 27 years experience working in television and video production. Her skills include writing and researching, production management, producing and directing. Additionally she has managed the interests and expectations of corporate sponsors investing in in-program brand exposure. Carolyn’s television production experience includes producing the Logie Award winning series The Mole (series 1); the Producing Personal Best series with Brett Lee; and writing and directing Come Fly With Me, a documentary featuring John Travolta. Carolyn now works extensively in the corporate arena, producing “I learned a lot and enjoyed coming each week.”

"Excellent industry knowledge and current experience made the course very interesting."

Start a career in television or episodic screen storytelling with this part-time course.

Focusing on the role of producer, this course will give you an introduction to creating television shows and episodic content across documentary, reality and live television. It covers everything from research and development to funding, production stages, pitching, casting, trends, and the differences between major networks and community stations.

Places are limited, so don’t leave it to the last minute to enrol!

You will learn:
- Roles in TV and episodic production
- Creating a program including brainstorming, formats, genre
- The TV and episodic production process: pre-production and post-production
- Episodic breakdown
- Legals, insurances and financials
- Trouble-shooting
- Pitching
- Audience engagement
- Getting your foot in the door

Industry Tutor:
Carolyn Mee has 27 years experience working in television and video production. Her skills include writing and researching, production management, producing and directing. Additionally she has managed the interests and expectations of corporate sponsors investing in in-program brand exposure. Carolyn’s television production experience includes producing the Logie Award winning series The Mole (series 1); the Producing Personal Best series with Brett Lee; and writing and directing Come Fly With Me, a documentary featuring John Travolta. Carolyn now works extensively in the corporate arena, producing and directing a range of video material for companies and organisations.