Audio and Video Technology & Film
The Audio & Video Technology & Film Pathway can be useful for those interested in multimedia communications.
This may include television, film and the internet.
With the film industry having a 9.7 billion dollar impact on Georgia in fiscal year 2019, opportunities in the field of film and video are becoming more prevalent in the state. 455 television and film projects were produced in Georgia last year.
The Audio and Video Technology and Film (AVTF) pathway covers the 4 "c's" of learning:
Courses for pathway include:
Audio & Video Technology & Film I, II, and III.
End of Pathway Assessment:
Students completing the Audio & Video Technology & Film pathway will take the national NOCTI assessment based on content covered within the class.
Students will be given the opportunity to create broadcast ready material using professional camera and video editing technology.
This is a project-based course, although attention will be given to industry-related vocabulary and safety.
Projects may include, but are not limited to:
- News magazine Shows
- Public Service Announcements
- Music Videos
- Book and/or Movie Trailers
- Human Interest News Stories
- Stop-Motion Videos
- Motion Graphics Videos
- Short films
Students in the AVTF pathway will be expected to participate in the SKILLSUSA student organization.