Book an online DJ Course to get started right away! If you’re not sure whether you’re ready for an in-person lesson, you can start with a little taste from our 2hr crash course. Do you have a console that you’re ready to get started with? Or do you want to get a bit of a foundation first before your first one-on-one lesson with one of our industry professionals? Then our online courses are the perfect place to start learning to dj online!

Learn to DJ Online | Online DJ Courses Australia
Learn to DJ Online | Online DJ Courses Australia
Learn to DJ Online | Online DJ Courses Australia

About the online dj course

Our courses are a great foundation for complete beginners who are looking at throwing their hat in the ring and embarking on their DJ journey. When you learn to dj online, you’re able to progress at your own pace and slowly chip away at the content. While it’s recommended that you have access to a DJ console, it’s not absolutely essential if you’re looking at getting a great base foundation before coming in for a one-on-one session.




Online DJ Course



Nathan is an expert DJ and Sax-Man who has held the national on-air Friday Night residency with NOVA FM since 2011. He is the man driving the success of both DJ School Australia & Melbourne Entertainment Company. He has personally developed the best online DJ course in Australia. 


Some frequently asked questions about our online dj courses:

Do i need a console?
  • No you don’t!
  • Particularly for the Crash Course, which is a perfect introduction to DJing as a whole. This course can greatly benefit your first lesson with us. Or even provide some insight into the basic concepts before purchasing your first console.
What if I have questions? Who can I contact?
  • While we don’t offer live online support for your DJing questions, we can happily introduce you to one of our instructors, who will be able to go through any questions you have in an in-person lesson with them.
  • Write down your questions as you’re going through the material, and book a book a couple of one-on-one classes to really consolidate your learning.
If i've completed the intro course, do i have to pay the whole fee for the intermediate / advanced course?
  • Nope! You only need to pay the difference
  • So if you want you can start at the 2hr crash course, before progressing & upskilling into the other courses
What console/decks do you teach on?
  • The course is appropriate for all DJ consoles! The principles apply to just about every type of DJ console
  • However it will be most directly relatable for anyone with a Pioneer or Serato Console.
  • This course is taught on a Pioneer XDJ RX2. The current industry standard & most popular Pioneer all-in-one DJ console on the market.
  • Throughout the course, we will refer to the different consoles and where the buttons are on different units.
Can the teacher come to me?

Some of our teachers will travel to teach, but you’ll have to discuss that with your individual teacher, and usually an additional travel fee will apply.

What does beginner / intermediate / advanced mean?
  • Basic:
    • You know a little bit about the idea of DJing and you could follow along & have an introductory level of understanding of what a professional is doing.
    • You can probably hack your way through a couple of mixes but might not know how to troubleshoot when things don’t quite go as planned when mixing.
    • You’ve got a great base-line level of knowledge before your first in-person DJ lesson.
  • Intermdiate:
    • You have a moderate level of understanding and DJ ability.
    • Most easily mixable tracks you’d be able to mix with proficiency. 
    • Most issues you’d be able to trouble shoot yourself, but there are still probably a few things that you can’t quite figure out.
    • Some of the more difficult tracks you might get stuck on.
    • With a little preperation, you could perform in front of your friends at a house party, with only a few mistakes
  • Advanced:
    • You’ve got a great solid foundation of DJ understanding
    • Most tracks you’d be able to mix with proficiency. 
    • Almost every issue you’d be able to trouble shoot yourself.
    • You’re able to know which songs work well together before even doing the mix.
    • You’d be very comfortable DJing at a house party
    • You’re ready to reach out to a few venues/clubs/promoters if you’re interested in following that path.