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About the New Zealand Certificate in Communications Media (Level 4)

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On the Certificate in Communications Media at Toi Ohomai, develop skills in filming, video editing, social media, radio announcing, digital marketing, web design  and more!

You’ll learn from tutors with years of industry experience, plus a host of guest tutors working in a range of different media roles. Enjoy top class facilities, which include a recording studio and  radio station.

This media course offers a practical, hands on approach where you learn by doing! The course is all about providing you with a diverse range of skills that can be utilised over a multitude of roles. Find out more.

Learnabout Media

We offer a comprehensive course covering many elements of modern day media. You can expect hands on experience with filming, video streaming, radio, web, social media and audio.

UseIndustry Software

We only use the latest industry recognised software applications such as Adobe CC, Wirecast, Pro Tools, RCS Nexgen and WordPress.

WorkExperience

Over the course you will engage with industry clients to produce ‘real world’ product working from client briefs.

Common Questions

Here is some frequently asked questions you may have about the course.

18 weeks full-time, including holidays (if applicable)

$2,974 total cost of qualification for domestic students.

If you’re starting tertiary study for the first time you might be eligible for a year’s worth of free fees. Find out more in our FAQ about the government’s fees free initiative.

  • Entry level roles in the media (radio, screen, print and digital media)
  • Run your own business
  • Enhance your personal or business media skills
  • Digital Marketing

Up to 25 per intake.

Head over to the Toi Ohomai website. A link to the course page can be found here.

Yes, this course is classed as full time study.

STUDENT SPOTLIGHTCHRIS KEY

Chris Key started his journey on here at Toi Ohomai studying Certificate in Radio. Chris took his qualification and continued higher study at CPIT. Chris is now employed by Sky TV and Hauraki FM.

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