Screen and Media Traineeship 2021

By choosing Triple A Training as your supervising registered training organisation, you will be learning about broadcasting from a First Nations perspective. Our training and assessment is delivered in a culturally appropriate manner by qualified broadcasters.

Training strategy endorsed by industry

Our traineeship program was restructured in 2020 on the basis of extensive industry consultation. The new program has three components, namely:

You can read more about training and assessment in the Important Information Booklet.

Workplace mentor program

In 2020, we introduced our hugely popular workplace mentoring program. Following on from the success of that program, we will continue this in 2021.

Under this program, your employer assigns mentor/s to provide mentorship in the workplace. We provide you with a Mentor Handbook that provides a guide about things to ask. The Mentor Handbook is designed to prompt conversations between you and your mentors, as a compliment to the training you are receiving.

The feedback we received in 2020 was that mentors enjoyed this program just as much as the learners.

Learner support program

We want to see you succeed in your training. Our culturally appropriate learner support program is designed to help you every step of the way from enrolment right through until completion.

We will assess your needs at enrolment and make an individual plan to support you. Learner support plans are reviewed every 3 months at your Quarterly Check-in, and updated if your needs change.

See the Learner Handbook for information about the development of support plans.

Nationally accredited training

This training program is nationally accredited. 

You will be enrolling in CUA31015 – Certificate III in Screen and Media.  Qualifications are issued by Triple A Training (RTO 30155).

See the Important Information Booklet for information about the training product, usage recommendations, mode of delivery, location of training, length of training.

Fees and funding

Training is funded for eligible learners by the Queensland Government (Department of Small Business and Training) under the User Choice Program.

See the Important Information Booklet, Learner Handbook and Application for Enrolment Form for information about funding eligibility requirements, your rights and obligations, and our fees and refunds policy.

We are proud to be a Skills Assure Provider!

The new Skills Assure identifier will make it easier to recognise providers that offer training subsidised by the Queensland Government.

To find out more about Skills Assure, visit desbt.qld.gov.au/skillsassure.

How to apply

See the Important Information Booklet for information about how to apply, and important dates in the enrolment process.