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Usual training requirements
LEVEL 1 Usually has a skill level equal to the completion of Year 10, the Senior Secondary Certificate of Education, Certificate I or Certificate II qualification. Australian Apprenticeships may be offered at this level. Usually has a skill level equal to a Certificate III or IV or at least three years relevant experience. Australian Apprenticeships may be offered at this level. Usually requires a level of skill equal to a Diploma or Advanced Diploma. Study is often undertaken through TAFEs or Registered Training Organisations. Some universities offer studies at this level. LEVEL 4 Usually requires the completion of a Bachelor Degree or higher qualification. Study is often undertaken at university. This chart shows a selection of jobs that have some relation to the subject of ENTERTAINMENT. The four education and training levels are to be used as a guide only. These levels indicate the most common education and/or entry requirements for these jobs. For further information visit and