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Information Technology, Library and Digital

National ID: ICT20120
State ID: BGJ3
Industry Information Technology, Library and Digital

Certificate II in Applied Digital Technologies

Delivered at:

Study modes:

Flexible
Full-Time
Part-Time
Traineeship

Sub study areas:

Information Communication Technology

This qualification provides the foundation skills and knowledge to use basic applied digital technologies in varied contexts.

The qualification is designed for those developing the necessary digital and technology skills in preparation for work.

These individuals carry out a range of basic procedural and operational tasks that require digital and technology skills. They perform a range of mainly routine tasks using limited practical skills and knowledge in a defined context. The qualification is suitable for someone generally performing under direct supervision.
 

Study modes and durations differ depending on your local campus. Please check with your local campus for more information.

Certificate II
State ID: A1013P
Industry Information Technology, Library and Digital

Digital Photography - Beginners' Workshop Course

Study modes:

On Campus

Sub study areas:

Graphic Design

Description

Get the most out of your digital camera and unleash your creative potential by discovering how your camera really works, in this intensive two-day workshop.

Learn the fundamentals and advantages of using manual modes and controlling shutter speed, aperture and ISO, so you can progress to the next level of creative photography.

This course offers a blend of helpful theory in easy-to-understand terms, clear demonstrations and student practicals, so you can learn how to put the theory into practice in a fun and supportive environment.

Aimed at those who have the vision but don’t know how to use their camera to get there, this course will guide you towards gaining new skills and confidence to action that vision.

Topics covered in this course include:
    Getting to know your DSLR camera and how it works
    How to control the camera using manual modes, shutter speed, aperture and ISO controls
    Focusing
    Using your camera's light meter
    Understanding exposure
    Choosing the right lens for the job
    File formats – convenience versus quality
    Qualities of light, how and when to use it
    Composition
    Editing in camera
    Photography genres - finding your own style
    Reviewing your work and learning from feedback
    Storing your files
 Course includes course notes

Requirements
    A DSLR camera or mirrorless camera with Manual mode option, capable of manually adjusting shutter speed, aperture and ISO controls is essential for this course.
    Lenses – interchangeable ones are an advantage, or broad range zoom lenses
    Image card, image card reader or camera to computer cord
    Charged camera batteries and charger
    USB or hard drive to store your files
    The manual for your camera (most manufacturers have online manuals you can download via the web if necessary)
    Your own laptop - essential
    Pen and notepad
    Good working knowledge of computers

Please familiarise yourself with your camera's manual prior to starting the course.

Certification

This is a non-accredited shortcourse

Short course
State ID: A1017P
Industry Information Technology, Library and Digital

Digital Photography Fundamentals - Beginners Photoshop Workshop

Delivered at:

Study modes:

On Campus

Sub study areas:

Graphic Design

Description

Following on from our popular Digital Photography Fundamentals Beginners Workshop comes our Digital Photography Fundamentals Beginners Photoshop Workshop.

This course offers a blend of helpful theory in easy-to-understand terms and clear demonstrations, so you can learn how to use this expansive software to enhance your photographic images.

Aimed at those who already have a good working knowledge of working with computers, this course will guide you towards gaining further skills and confidence in image manipulation.

Topics covered in this course include:
    Getting to know Adobe Photoshop
    Understanding Panels
    Working with the Tools Panel
    Understanding the Options Bar
    Understanding Preferences
    Navigating images in Adobe Photoshop
    Understanding file formats, image size vs image resolution
    Resizing
    Making selections in Adobe Photoshop
    Working with Layers
    Retouching and repairing
    Reviewing your work and learning from feedback
    Saving and storing your files
 Course includes course notes

Requirements
    It is preferred that participants have completed the Digital Photography Fundamentals Beginners Workshop before enrolling in this course.
    A selection of your own digital photographs to work on in class
    A DSLR or mirrorless camera
    Lens(es)
    Image card, image card reader or camera-to-computer cord
    Charged camera batteries and charger
    USB or hard drive to store your files
    Your own laptop - essential
    Pen and notepad  
    Good working knowledge of computers

Please familiarise yourself with your camera's manual prior to starting the course.

Certification

This is a non-accredited Shortcourse

Short course
State ID: A1014P
Industry Information Technology, Library and Digital

Digital Photography Fundamentals - Portraiture Workshop

Delivered at:

Study modes:

On Campus

Sub study areas:

Graphic Design

Description

Following on from our popular Digital Photography Fundamentals Beginners Workshop comes our Digital Photography Fundamentals Portraiture Workshop.

This course offers a blend of helpful theory in easy-to-understand terms, clear demonstrations and student practicals so you can learn how to put the theory into practice in a fun and supportive environment.

Aimed at those who already have a good working knowledge of their camera, this course will guide you towards gaining further skills and confidence in this popular and engaging genre of photography.

Topics covered in this course include:
    Portrait styles: documentary, environmental, posed and candid
    Choosing the right equipment for the job
    Light quality, types and exposures
    Managing back-lighting
    Working with reflectors
    Composing/cropping in camera
    Learning camera-to-subject-to-background relationships
    Engaging with your subject
    Techniques for posing
    Working with props
    Getting close
    Telling stories - finding your style
    Reviewing your work and learning from feedback
    Storing your files
    Photo heros
 Course includes course notes

Requirements
    It is preferred that participants have completed the Digital Photography Fundamentals Beginners Workshop before enrolling in this course. Otherwise, a good working knowledge your camera in manual mode is essential.
    **A DSLR camera or mirrorless camera with the option of manual mode, capable of manually adjusting shutter speed, aperture and ISO controls is essential for this course**
    Lenses – interchangeable ones or broad range zooms
    A flash if you have one (but not essential)
    Reflectors if you have them (but not essential)
    Image card, image card reader or camera to computer cord
    Charged camera batteries and charger
    USB or hard drive to store your files
    Props if you want to work with them
    The manual for your camera (most manufacturers have online manuals you can download via the web if necessary)
    Your own laptop - essential
    Pen and notepad  
    Good working knowledge of computers

Please familiarise yourself with your camera's manual prior to starting the course.

Certification

This is a non-accredited Shortcourse

Short course
State ID: A1015P
Industry Information Technology, Library and Digital

Digital Photography Fundamentals - Still Life / Tabletop Workshop

Delivered at:

Study modes:

On Campus

Sub study areas:

Graphic Design

Description

Following on from our popular Digital Photography Fundamentals Beginners Workshop comes our Digital Photography Fundamentals Still Life Workshop.

This course offers a blend of helpful theory in easy-to-understand terms, clear demonstrations and student practicals, so you can learn how to put the theory into practice in a fun and supportive environment.

Aimed at those who already have a good working knowledge of their camera, this course will guide you towards gaining further skills and confidence in this popular and creative genre of photography. Great for enthusiastic amateur’s, bloggers or small business owners looking to shoot their own products.

Topics covered in this course include:
    Still Life styles
    Choosing the right equipment for the job
    Basic styling - grouping and working with props
    Learning camera-to-subject-to-background relationships
    Light quality, types and exposures
    Working with reflectors
    Camera angles
    Getting close
    Composing/cropping/ Editing In Camera
    Finding your style
    Reviewing your work and learning from feedback
    Storing your files
 Course includes course notes

Requirements
    It is preferred that participants have completed the Digital Photography Fundamentals Beginners Workshop before enrolling in this course. Otherwise, a good working knowledge your camera in manual mode is essential.
    **A DSLR camera or mirrorless camera with the option of manual mode, capable of manually adjusting shutter speed, aperture and ISO controls is essential for this course**
    Lenses – ie 50mm, macros, mid-range zooms, preferably with an aperture of F4 or lower
    A flash if you have one (but not essential)
    Reflectors if you have them (but not essential)
    A tripod - essential
    Image card, image card reader or camera-to-computer cord
    Charged camera batteries and charger
    USB or hard drive to store your files
    A selection of props – we will let you know what to bring, prior to the commencement of the course
    The manual for your camera (most manufacturers have online manuals you can download via the web if necessary)
    Your own laptop - essential
    Pen and notepad  
    Good working knowledge of computers

Please familiarise yourself with your camera's manual prior to starting the course.

Certification

This is a non-accredited Shortcourse

Short course
State ID: A1016P
Industry Information Technology, Library and Digital

Digital Photography Fundamentals - Travel / Photo Stories Workshop

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Study modes:

Sub study areas:

Graphic Design

Description

Following on from our popular Digital Photography Fundamentals Beginners Workshop comes our Digital Photography Fundamentals Travel / Photo Stories Workshop.

This course offers a blend of helpful theory in easy-to-understand terms, clear demonstrations and student practicals, so you can learn how to put the theory into practice in a fun and supportive environment.

Aimed at those who already have a good working knowledge of their camera, this course will guide you towards gaining further skills and confidence in photography-based story telling. Ideal for travelers, bloggers and those who enjoy capturing the important people, places and times in life.

Topics covered in this course include:
    Introduction to documentary photography
    Popular styles
    What makes a compelling story?
    Choosing the right equipment for the job
    Effective camera settings
    Shooting techniques: creative composition and framing
    Working with light- quality, types and exposures
    Candid vs. traditional vs. environmental portraiture
    Visual Variety - Image impact: single and series images
    Finding your style
    Getting involved - approaching people
    Ethics of Documentary Photography: permissions, consent, ownership and usage
    Displaying a story: sequencing, editing, and refining the narrative
    Reviewing your work and learning from feedback
    Storing your files
 Course includes course notes

Requirements
    It is preferred that participants have completed the Digital Photography Fundamentals Beginners Workshop before enrolling in this course. Otherwise, a good working knowledge your camera in manual mode is essential.
    **A DSLR camera or mirrorless camera with the option of manual mode, capable of manually adjusting shutter speed, aperture and ISO controls is essential for this course**
    Lenses – interchangeable or broad range zooms
    A tripod if you have one (but not essential)
    Image card, image card reader or camera-to-computer cord
    Charged camera batteries and charger
    USB or hard drive to store your files
    The manual for your camera (most manufacturers have online manuals you can download via the web if necessary)
    Your own laptop - essential
    Pen and notepad  
    Good working knowledge of computers

Please familiarise yourself with your camera's manual prior to starting the course.

Certification

This is a non-accredited Shortcourse

Short course
National ID: ICT30120
State ID: BFF7
Industry Information Technology, Library and Digital
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Certificate III in Information Technology

Study modes:

Full-Time
Part-Time
Traineeship

Sub study areas:

General IT

This qualification reflects the role of individuals who are competent in a range of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) roles, including animation, basic cloud computing, basic cyber awareness, digital media skills, generalist IT support services, networking, programming, systems and web development.

Individuals who work in these fields apply broad sets of skills, including foundational knowledge in critical thinking and customer service skills, to support a range of technologies, processes, procedures, policies, people and clients in a variety of work contexts.

Study modes and durations differ depending on your local campus. Please check with your local campus for more information.

Certificate III
National ID: ICT40120
State ID: BFF9
Industry Information Technology, Library and Digital
Half price^

Certificate IV in Information Technology

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Study modes:

Full-Time
Part-Time
Traineeship

Sub study areas:

General IT

This qualification reflects the role of individuals who are job ready and competent in a wide range of information and communications technology (ICT) roles and apply a broad range of skills in varied work contexts, using problem solving skills and effective communication with others.

The skills required for these roles may include, but are not restricted to:

  • database development: interpreting specifications, technical designs and flow charts, modifying software applications, constructing technical specifications from models and testing, and writing technical documents
  • database maintenance: managing, cleaning, storing and verifying organisational data, and evaluating compliance with internal and external data ethics regulations and legislation
  • gaming development: creating 2D and 3D modelling and animation software through scripts and storyboards
  • networking: installing, configuring and testing networks and servers in organisations
  • programming: building, testing and applying basic object-oriented language skills, user interfaces and software developments
  • systems administration support: implementing maintenance procedures and support to help troubleshoot system applications
  • web development: designing website layouts through textual and visual content transfer, search engine optimisation and simple markup language documents.

Study modes and durations differ depending on your local campus. Please check with your local campus for more information.

Certificate IV
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