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Video Producer Courses

Video Producers create film and video content and oversee all aspects of the video production process. They traditionally work in film and television, but there are plenty of emerging opportunities for Video Producers to work in the education and training sector as well as marketing roles.

As a Video Producer you could be collaborating with the creative team to develop video concepts and storyboards, writing a script for an upcoming news story, scheduling a video shoot and ensuring all necessary resources are available, directing the setup of cameras and lighting, editing video assets and adding effects and transitions, or submitting a finished video to senior management for approval to publish.

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Popular Video Producer Courses

There are 4 courses available for people who want to become a Video Producer.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much do Video Producers earn?

Salaries for Video Producers in Australia are in the range of $85,000 to $115,000 depending on your skillset and professional experience. Increase your earning capacity by gaining university qualifications in sound engineering and digital media.

What are the job opportunities for Video Producers?

There are no clear employment figures for Video Producers working in Australia at this time. They work in all industries and are employed by private enterprise, non-profits, and government organisations.

How do I become a Video Producer?

Video Producers need technical skills in videography, editing, sound engineering, and graphic design — as well as project management and leadership. Launch your career with a VET Diploma of Screen and Media (Content Creation) or Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media (Production Manager).

If you are wanting to work for a television network or in filmmaking, try the Bachelor of Screen Media (Arts and Production), Bachelor of Film and Video, or Bachelor of Fine Arts (Film and Television).

Finally, if you are interested in creating video content for social media, podcasting, or television advertising, you should consider a supporting qualification in digital marketing. The nationally recognised Diploma of Digital Marketing or Diploma of Social Media Marketing would be ideal.

Source: Australian Government Labour Market Insights 2023

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Job Pathways

Here are some potential career pathways within film, tv and production. Click on an occupation to learn more about the role and the qualifications that can help you get started in this industry.