Unit of competency details

CUFWRT07A - Write an interactive sequence for multimedia (Release 1)

Summary

Releases:
ReleaseStatusRelease date
1 1 (this release)Current 20/Dec/2005

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Mapping:
MappingNotesDate
DeletedDeleted from CUF01 Film, TV, Radio and Multimedia Training Package (Superseded by CUF07)31/Dec/2007

Training packages that include this unit

CodeTitleSort Table listing Training packages that include this unit by the Title columnRelease
ICA05 - Information and Communications Technology Training PackageInformation and Communications Technology Training Package 3.1 
CUF01 - Film, TV, Radio and Multimedia Training Package (Superseded by CUF07)Film, TV, Radio and Multimedia Training Package (Superseded by CUF07) 1.0 

Qualifications that include this unit

CodeTitleSort Table listing Qualifications that include this unit by the Title columnRelease
ICA60105 - Advanced Diploma of Information TechnologyAdvanced Diploma of Information Technology 
ICA50905 - Diploma of Information Technology (Multimedia)Diploma of Information Technology (Multimedia) 
ICA50105 - Diploma of Information Technology (General)Diploma of Information Technology (General) 
CUF60401 - Advanced Diploma of Broadcast EngineeringAdvanced Diploma of Broadcast Engineering 
CUF50601 - Diploma of Broadcast EngineeringDiploma of Broadcast Engineering 
CUF40801 - Certificate IV in MultimediaCertificate IV in Multimedia 
CUF40701 - Certificate IV in Broadcasting (television)Certificate IV in Broadcasting (television) 
CUF40601 - Certificate IV in Broadcasting (radio)Certificate IV in Broadcasting (radio) 
CUF40501 - Certificate IV in Screen (laboratory)Certificate IV in Screen (laboratory) 
CUF40101 - Certificate IV in CostumeCertificate IV in Costume 
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Classifications

SchemeCodeClassification value
ASCED Module/Unit of Competency Field of Education Identifier 100703 Journalism 

Classification history

SchemeCodeClassification valueStart dateEnd date
ASCED Module/Unit of Competency Field of Education Identifier 100703 Journalism 20/Dec/2005 
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Modification History

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Unit Descriptor

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to create, develop and write an interactive sequence for multimedia productions within the cultural industries.

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to create, develop and write an interactive sequence for multimedia productions within the cultural industries

Application of the Unit

Not applicable.

Licensing/Regulatory Information

Not applicable.

Pre-Requisites

Not applicable.

Employability Skills Information

Not applicable.

Elements and Performance Criteria Pre-Content

Not applicable.

Elements and Performance Criteria

Elements and Performance Criteria 

Element 

Performance Criteria 

1

Prepare to write the interactive sequence

1.1

Establish production requirements of the interactivity with relevant personnel, according to organisational procedures

1.2

Determine the purpose and function of the interactive sequence and explore a range of ways of achieving this purpose

1.3

Gather information from various sources as required to generate and record a range of ideas to develop the interactivity

1.4

Consider and develop the ideas that have the most relevance to the purpose and function of the interactivity

1.5

Evaluate and select the most appropriate ideas relevant to the purpose and function of the interactive sequence

2

Write the interactive sequence

2.1

Write a draft of the interactive sequence using methods and conventions most appropriate to the context or as specifically required

2.2

Ensure the draft contains all necessary multimedia components for the production

2.3

Ensure factual information is accurate and relates to the results of research

2.4

Refine and redraft interactive sequence until it meets creative and technical requirements

2.5

Ensure that the material is written within the deadlines required

2.6

Submit final draft to relevant personnel for consideration and review

2.7

Document and implement any required changes to interactive sequence, when necessary

3

Re-evaluate the interactive sequence

3.1

Liaise with relevant personnel to discuss and re-evaluate whether the sequence meets all production requirements

3.2

Examine the interactive sequence to assess that the content meets with production requirements

3.3

Analyse the interactive sequence to ensure that all necessary multimedia elements are included

4

Obtain approval from relevant personnel

4.1

Present a final draft of the sequence to relevant personnel for validation

4.2

Discuss and agree upon final changes with relevant personnel and make necessary adjustments, ensuring that the interactive sequence meets all requirements and is ready to be implemented

Required Skills and Knowledge

Not applicable.

Evidence Guide

Underpinning skills and knowledge 

Assessment must include evidence of essential knowledge of, and skills in, the following areas:

ability to locate and use resources to broaden creative experience

ability to demonstrate originality and innovative approaches in the creative scriptwriting process

ability to experiment with narrative styles and elements to develop own voice and extend writing practice

ability to extend creative boundaries for self and audience

knowledge of the principles and practices of writing for multimedia

knowledge of the structure of scriptwriting for multimedia programs

knowledge of implementation of multimedia script (text) formats

understanding of programming techniques

reading and interpreting documentation

knowledge of effective communication techniques including effective listening, questioning and non-verbal communication

knowledge of relevant organisational and/or legislative occupational health and safety requirements

Linkages to other units 

This unit has linkages to the following units and combined training delivery and/or assessment is recommended:

CUFADM03A - Collect and organise information

CUSRAD02A - Conduct research

CUFGEN01A - Develop and apply industry knowledge

CUFGEN02A - Identify industry laws and regulations and apply them to work activities

Critical aspects of evidence 

This unit of competence applies to a range of industry sectors. The focus of assessment will depend on the industry sector. Assessment must be customised to meet the needs of the particular sector in which performance is being assessed. Assessment should only address those variable circumstances, listed in the range of variables statements, which apply to the chosen context.

The following evidence is critical to the judgement of competence in this unit:

the development of the ability to write a script (text) for a multimedia production

knowledge and application of relevant local occupational health and safety legislation

knowledge of effective communication techniques

Method and context of evidence 

Assessment may take place on the job, off the job or a mix of both of these. Off the job assessment must be undertaken in a closely simulated workplace environment.

Assessment may incorporate a range of methods to assess performance and the application of essential underpinning knowledge, and might include:

practical demonstration (direct observation may need to occur on more than one occasion to establish consistency of performance)

role play

case studies

work samples or simulated workplace activities

oral questioning/interview aimed at evaluating the processes used in developing and realising the creative concept

projects/reports/logbooks

third party reports and authenticated prior achievements

portfolios of evidence which demonstrate the processes used in developing and realising the creative concept

Resource requirements 

Assessment requires access to the resources listed in the range of variables statement, currently used by the cultural industries.

Underpinning skills and knowledge 

Assessment must include evidence of essential knowledge of, and skills in, the following areas:

ability to locate and use resources to broaden creative experience

ability to demonstrate originality and innovative approaches in the creative scriptwriting process

ability to experiment with narrative styles and elements to develop own voice and extend writing practice

ability to extend creative boundaries for self and audience

knowledge of the principles and practices of writing for multimedia

knowledge of the structure of scriptwriting for multimedia programs

knowledge of implementation of multimedia script (text) formats

understanding of programming techniques

reading and interpreting documentation

knowledge of effective communication techniques including effective listening, questioning and non-verbal communication

knowledge of relevant organisational and/or legislative occupational health and safety requirements

Linkages to other units 

This unit has linkages to the following units and combined training delivery and/or assessment is recommended:

CUFADM03A - Collect and organise information

CUSRAD02A - Conduct research

CUFGEN01A - Develop and apply industry knowledge

CUFGEN02A - Identify industry laws and regulations and apply them to work activities

Critical aspects of evidence 

This unit of competence applies to a range of industry sectors. The focus of assessment will depend on the industry sector. Assessment must be customised to meet the needs of the particular sector in which performance is being assessed. Assessment should only address those variable circumstances, listed in the range of variables statements, which apply to the chosen context.

The following evidence is critical to the judgement of competence in this unit:

the development of the ability to write a script (text) for a multimedia production

knowledge and application of relevant local occupational health and safety legislation

knowledge of effective communication techniques

Method and context of evidence 

Assessment may take place on the job, off the job or a mix of both of these. Off the job assessment must be undertaken in a closely simulated workplace environment.

Assessment may incorporate a range of methods to assess performance and the application of essential underpinning knowledge, and might include:

practical demonstration (direct observation may need to occur on more than one occasion to establish consistency of performance)

role play

case studies

work samples or simulated workplace activities

oral questioning/interview aimed at evaluating the processes used in developing and realising the creative concept

projects/reports/logbooks

third party reports and authenticated prior achievements

portfolios of evidence which demonstrate the processes used in developing and realising the creative concept

Resource requirements 

Assessment requires access to the resources listed in the range of variables statement, currently used by the cultural industries.

Range Statement

Types of productions may include :

animation

educational

training

industrial

interactive games

multi-path movies

short films and videos

Relevant sources may include :

inspiration

imagination

life experience

actual events

existing dramatic material

educational texts and resources

news sources

Production requirements may include :

duration

style

content

budget

deadlines

location

audience

purpose

contractual

confidentiality

intellectual property

schedule

instructional design

navigation design

Multimedia elements may include :

video

text

audio

graphics

animation

interactivity - branching techniques

Presentation media may include :

CD-ROMs

floppy disks

world wide web

video disks - CDI, DVI

Scripts may include :

interactive multi-path movies

interactive games

interactive educational

interactive training

interactive industrial

reference

promotion

entertainment

Appropriate personnel may include :

project manager

navigation designers

instructional designers

programmers

graphic designers

sound engineers

producers

writers

other technical staff

other specialist staff

Types of productions may include :

animation

educational

training

industrial

interactive games

multi-path movies

short films and videos

Relevant sources may include :

inspiration

imagination

life experience

actual events

existing dramatic material

educational texts and resources

news sources

Production requirements may include :

duration

style

content

budget

deadlines

location

audience

purpose

contractual

confidentiality

intellectual property

schedule

instructional design

navigation design

Multimedia elements may include :

video

text

audio

graphics

animation

interactivity - branching techniques

Presentation media may include :

CD-ROMs

floppy disks

world wide web

video disks - CDI, DVI

Scripts may include :

interactive multi-path movies

interactive games

interactive educational

interactive training

interactive industrial

reference

promotion

entertainment

Appropriate personnel may include :

project manager

navigation designers

instructional designers

programmers

graphic designers

sound engineers

producers

writers

other technical staff

other specialist staff

Unit Sector(s)

Not applicable.

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