Key Study Areas
Key areas covered:
* Constructing, managing and maintaining websites
* Creating basic scripts
* Design principles for websites
* Technical performance analysis and reporting
* Developing protocols for content transfer
* Maintaining standards and security
Where • Bendigo (City Campus)
The web design and web administration units in this course are being offered in second semester 2008 as full time study between 1.00pm and 6.00pm Monday to Thursday at the Bendigo city campus.
Selection Process • Individual Interview
On successfully completing this course you will be eligible for employment in a number of areas, including: multimedia content authoring, multimedia graphic design, online production, testing, web development/technical writing, web graphic design, webmaster/assistant and website coordination.
Further Study Options
Students may have the opportunity to continue their studies at diploma level.
Diploma of Information Technology
You will be assessed as part of this course.
Typical Course Content (exact details may be obtained from the teaching centre)
CUFMEM07A Apply Principles Of Visual Design And Communication To The Development Of A Multimedia Product
ICAA4142A Design A Website To Meet Technical Requirements
ICAA4233A Determine And Apply Appropriate Development Methodologies
ICAB4137A Produce Basic Client Side Script For Dynamic Web Pages
ICAB4171A Develop Cascading Style Sheets
ICAD4198A Develope Guidelines For Up-loading Information To A Website
ICAS4200A Monitor traffic and compile website traffic reports
ICAS4201A Transfer A Content To A Website Using Commercial Packages
ICAT4183A Confirm Accessibility Of Website For People With Special Needs
ICAU4207A Apply Web Authoring Tool To Convert Client Data For Websites
ICAT4184B Ensure site usability for full range of users
ICAT4185B Create a website testing procedure
ICAT4194B Ensure basic website security
Recognition of Prior Learning
Recognition of your current qualifications and prior learning: BRIT
has processes to give you credit for relevant units from your prior study, and to assess your prior learning against units in a course.