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Diploma of Graphic Design WA Course Number: 7295 National ID: 52004 Great Southern TAFE is committed to assisting students Post Code: 6330 with disabilities and also increased access to course by recognising prior learning. Study Period This publication is available in alternative formats on Norminal Hours 736 - Two semesters full-time study request Entrance Requirements Study Area Specific course prerequisites: Business and Creative Industries - Art and Design - CS82 - Dsgn (Graphic Design) (CUV40303) Available for full-time study in Semester One Yes More information about the entrance requirements is Available for full-time study in Semester Two available from: Yes http://www.vetinfonet.det.wa.edu.au/course/er-sc.aspx Status Active Application Notes When applying for this qualification you are required to About This Course at this College address entry requirements ONLY. You must provide The Diploma of Graphic Design is offered at GSTAFE as a documentary evidence of your previous academic record future study pathway from completion of the Certificate IV ONLY. in Graphic Design. This course is run over 2 semesters full-time. Students are given the opportunity to participate What are Selection Criteria? in real world solutions for a range of graphic design Selection Criteria apply to competitive qualifications. If application including logo design, web design, packaging there are more people applying for a qualification than and advertising. there are places, you will need to supply additional information to TAFE Admissions Services. The Selection Career Opportunities Criteria are based on previous education and training, life Our Graduates may continue to follow a study pathway experience and paid and unpaid work experience. into an Advance Diploma of Art or another higher qualification at university. Some graduates are employed Benefits of studying at this College as designers for small to large agencies, newspapers and Great Southern TAFE services clients from all areas of the many freelance. region utilising a range of innovative and flexible delivery methods, thus increasing access to learning, both on and Study Mode off campus. Alternative study options can be available Flexible through the External Studies Centre, delivery and Full-Time assessment in the workplace, skills recognition, and Part-Time through a blended delivery approach that offers convenience and flexibility. Course Type A - Award (Normal college-based) Further Study Options Advanced Diploma of Graphic Design Location Campus: Albany Campus Address: Anson Rd Career Pathways Suburb: Albany Further information on career pathways is also available at: Course Information as of 11/09/2009 at 11:49:35 AM Great Southern TAFE 1 Disclaimer: This brochure is correct at time of printing. Course details may change without notice. Errors and omissions excepted. q getaccess.westone.wa.gov.au semester. q www.myfuture.edu.au Students in some bridging/access programs apply directly to the college. Fees Summary TAFE Admissions contacts successful applicants by There are two types of fees which are paid each semester letter with details of enrolment dates. You can enrol at the at the time of enrolling. college, through the call centre or online. Fees are paid at the time of enrolling. 1. Course fees vary with each qualification: maximum course fees for 2009 are $570.00 per semester. Previous Studies Recognition Concession rates are available. Students studying in The Units of Competency listed in this brochure are those Access or Bridging Programs pay a $25 course fee per offered by this college. If you have successfully completed semester. any units in this qualification with another Registered Training Organization, the college may recognise this 2. Resource fees cover the cost of materials and study as partial completion of the qualification. resources provided by the college. Costs vary from unit to unit with most below $25. However, a small number of Alternative units may be available or you may be eligible units have fees over $100. for recognition of other training or experience. Discuss these options with the course coordinator. Please note: There may also be textbooks, equipment or materials to purchase. Not all colleges offer the same elective units. There are a number of ways to qualify for the concession rate. Please contact the college if you think you are Skills Recognition Skills recognition (Recognition of Prior Learning - RPL) is eligible. the formal acknowledgement of your current skills and knowledge obtained through previous; life experiences, There is a fees installment plan/fees payment plan for education and training, work experience (paid and students with valid concession or evidence of financial unpaid). hardship.(This does not apply to Flexible Learning). There are different fee arrangements for International students It does not depend on how, when, where or why the skills and Fee for Service training. TAFE students do not pay and knowledge have been obtained. Skills recognition HECS fees. Please contact the college for more assessment can result in credit for a unit within a course, information. or entry to a course. It is based on evidence provided by the applicant. Full-time Enrolments To apply for entry to a full-time TAFEWA qualification, You can enrol for skills recognition at any time, but complete an Application Form which is available at any preferably before the course or unit starts, or within the TAFEWA college, the Training Information Centre or in the first two weeks of semester. This means that you do not TAFEWA Handbook. Application Forms and supporting have to be enrolled in the unit before applying for skills documents [copies of school reports, other qualifications recognition. Skills recognition carries the same fees as and evidence of work experience] can be lodged at any those to enrol in the unit or course of study (less resource TAFEWA campus or mailed to the TAFE Admissions fees). Service address on the back of the Application Form. An application fee may apply. To find out more, visit Student Services at the Albany Campus or Freecall on 1800 675 781. For online applications see www.tafe.wa.edu.au. Supporting documentation is still required. There are two semesters each year: first semester runs COURSE OUTLINE from February to June and second semester runs from July to December. To apply for first semester courses, Core Units requiring a portfolio applications close in September of the 10983 Develop creative processes 36 hrs previous year. All other applications close in early D1005 Investigate micro business 30 hrs November. Applications close in May for second opportunities semester courses. D1630 Manage own work and learning 10 hrs 10982 Produce drawing and visualisation to 60 hrs NB: Not all qualifications are offered in the second represent and communicate the Course Information as of 11/09/2009 at 11:49:35 AM Great Southern TAFE 2 Disclaimer: This brochure is correct at time of printing. Course details may change without notice. Errors and omissions excepted. concept National Unit Number: THHGCT05A D0663 Source and apply information on the 65 hrs Unit Hours: 76 hrs history and theory of design About this Unit: 10981 Understanding and applying colour in 60 hrs This unit deals with the skills and knowledge required to design for print and screen build a basic website to meet business needs, including 10980 Use Typography 70 hrs selecting a hosting service and appropriate web development software, planning the structure and undertaking the actual construction of the site. As such it requires the technical skills and knowledge typically Elective Group 1 needed by a business which elects to develop its own site 10985 Apply the design and production 30 hrs rather than access the services of IT professionals.This requirements for packaging unit satisfies the requirements of unit BSBEBUS506A 10987 Develop creative communication 60 hrs Plan and develop a business website in the Business 10986 Identify key requirements of a complex 40 hrs Services Training Package. The unit has been customised design to more clearly articulate the technical skills required for D1691 Produce technical drawings 70 hrs building a website and to define the scope of skills and knowledge required. Elective Group 2 WA Unit Number: C4186 E2169 Build and launch a website for a small 76 hrs Create 3D digital models and images business National Unit Number: CUFIMA05A D0019 Design dynamic websites to meet 30 hrs Unit Hours: 75 hrs technical requirements About this Unit: 10989 Develop creative advertising campaigns 60 hrs This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to 10988 Develop creative retail advertising 40 hrs use digital animation techniques and industry standard software to create 3D animation for a range of media applications within the cultural industries. Elective Group 3 D1742 Apply techniques to produce digital 40 hrs WA Unit Number: D0019 images Design dynamic websites to meet technical C4186 Create 3D digital models and images 75 hrs requirements National Unit Number: ICAA5141B 10990 Develop impactive editorial illustration 50 hrs Unit Hours: 30 hrs 10991 Plan and produce designs for animation 40 hrs About this Unit: This unit defines the competency required to produce a UNIT OUTLINE plan that analyses specified technical requirements and then designs, builds and tests a dynamic website so that WA Unit Number: D1742 it meets those technical requirements. Apply techniques to produce digital images National Unit Number: CUVVSP11B WA Unit Number: 10989 Unit Hours: 40 hrs Develop creative advertising campaigns About this Unit: Unit Hours: 60 hrs This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to use techniques, materials and equipment for the WA Unit Number: 10987 production of digital images. As such the unit covers Develop creative communication general knowledge and the application of basic Unit Hours: 60 hrs techniques, which would generally be nominated by the supervisor. It is a specialisation unit and refers to a WA Unit Number: 10983 specific art form. This work would usually be carried out Develop creative processes under supervision. No licensing, legislative, regulatory or Unit Hours: 36 hrs certification requirements apply to this unit at the time of endorsement. WA Unit Number: 10988 Develop creative retail advertising WA Unit Number: 10985 Unit Hours: 40 hrs Apply the design and production requirements for packaging WA Unit Number: 10990 Unit Hours: 30 hrs Develop impactive editorial illustration Unit Hours: 50 hrs WA Unit Number: E2169 Build and launch a website for a small business Course Information as of 11/09/2009 at 11:49:35 AM Great Southern TAFE 3 Disclaimer: This brochure is correct at time of printing. Course details may change without notice. Errors and omissions excepted. WA Unit Number: 10986 WA Unit Number: 10981 Identify key requirements of a complex design Understanding and applying colour in design for Unit Hours: 40 hrs print and screen Unit Hours: 60 hrs WA Unit Number: D1005 Investigate micro business opportunities WA Unit Number: 10980 National Unit Number: BSBSMB301A Use Typography Unit Hours: 30 hrs Unit Hours: 70 hrs About this Unit: This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to develop business ideas, and to Student Services Great Southern TAFE investigate market needs and factors affecting potential Anson Road markets. Specific legal requirements apply to the ALBANY WA 6330 management of a micro business. WA Unit Number: D1630 Phone: (08) 9892 8748 Manage own work and learning Freecall: 1800 675 781 National Unit Number: CUECOR01C Fax: (08) 9892 8898 Unit Hours: 10 hrs Internet: www.gstafe.wa.edu.au E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org WA Unit Number: 10991 Plan and produce designs for animation This document is available on request in electronic Unit Hours: 40 hrs format, large print, audio cassette or compact disk. WA Unit Number: 10982 Produce drawing and visualisation to represent and communicate the concept Unit Hours: 60 hrs WA Unit Number: D1691 Produce technical drawings National Unit Number: CUVCRS04B Unit Hours: 70 hrs About this Unit: This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to develop and refine a range of techniques to produce technical drawings. It outlines the ways technical drawing can be applied to a range of contexts where visual representation is required. People working in many industries require the skills and knowledge in this unit, and the unit is written to allow for contextualisation to a particular industry context. This work would usually be carried out independently, although guidance would be available if required. No licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to this unit at the time of endorsement. WA Unit Number: D0663 Source and apply information on the history and theory of design National Unit Number: BSBDES305A Unit Hours: 65 hrs About this Unit: This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to source information on design history and theory, and to apply that information to ones own area of work. No licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to this unit at the time of endorsement. Course Information as of 11/09/2009 at 11:49:35 AM Great Southern TAFE 4 Disclaimer: This brochure is correct at time of printing. Course details may change without notice. Errors and omissions excepted.
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