Diploma in Sound EngineeringOur 1-year non-accredited diploma will introduce you to the world of audio production.
YOUR CAREER IN AUDIO BEGINS NOW
Get hands-on from day one in this highly practical course that gives you plenty of time with expert lecturers.
SAE has a range of approaches to learning and teaching to provide flexibility in the face of changing circumstances as required.
Learn in a collaborative, studio-based environment where your teachers are also your mentors.
THIS AUDIO COURSE COVERS:
Course StructureDiploma in Sound Engineering is stage 1 of the 3 stages of a BA/BSc Audio Production
What jobs will this course lead me into?
- Assistant Sound Engineer
- Radio/Broadcast Personnel
- Junior Studio Administrator or Sound Designer
- Voice over Recordist/Engineer
- Junior Sound Editor
- Live Sound Operator/Assistant
- Studio Engineer
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We carefully design and deliver all our units to help you develop the knowledge you need to be successful in your chosen field of study. Courses and course units at SAE follow best practice teaching and learning.
A diploma is skills focused. By undertaking an SAE diploma in animation, audio, film or games, you will develop foundation skills in these specific discipline areas. Students can use the SAE diploma as a pathway to degree level study at SAE. Diplomas are a great option for people who haven’t studied before and/or those looking for an alternative pathway to degree level studies.
A bachelor degree offers a rigorous combination of skills combined with a greater depth and breadth of theoretical knowledge and analytical skills. This knowledge is applicable to both your creative media discipline and the professional world more broadly. A bachelor degree offers you an entry point to professional work, builds portable skills, and develops sustainable, lifelong learning. Key high learning skills are a requisite of the bachelor degree and graduate study options are available upon completion. Bachelor degrees are suitable for people looking to develop professional skills and knowledge and to build long-term, successful careers in their industry of choice.
SAE may recognise your prior learning and may grant credit towards satisfying the requirements for a VET or a higher-level program. This is applied where previous learning is considered equivalent to the content and learning outcomes prescribed for units within the program. For full details, please refer to SAE's policy on recognition of prior learning and credit transfers.