This course is designed for those wishing to gain entry-level training for a career in the multimedia industry. You will learn skills and knowledge in a range of artistic, administrative and technical duties, such as producing animation, graphics, video editing, developing of web sites, authoring DVD presentations, testing games and designing interfaces. If you are more interested in focusing on technical aspects of multimedia including programming, look at the Certificate IV in Information Technology (Multimedia), ICA40805 instead.
Preference will be given to applicants who have successfully completed either a Certificate II or III in Multimedia, or other related design areas with multimedia competencies. Other Entry Requirements Students will be selected through an interview, folio submission and written submission (approximately 100 words) describing computer knowledge and prior experience, what motivates them to undertake the course, and what they hope to gain. The folio must consist of examples of creative work including traditional drawings or computer generated images.
Certificate IV in Multimedia
Key creative study areas include:
* DVD development
* Video production
* Advanced 2D animation
* Original music and sound effects
* 3D objects and landscapes
* Digital imagery projects.
Where • Bendigo (City Campus)
• Individual Interview
• Assessment of Folio
• Assessment of Application (VTAC)
Up Coming Courses
Campus Start Date End Date Attendance Mode
City Campus 13.02.2008 28.11.2008 Full Time
On successfully completing this course you will be eligible for employment in related multimedia design areas, including print media, interactive CD and game development, web design, animation and video production.
Further Study Options
Successful completion of this Certificate IV in Multimedia will enable entry to the Advanced Diploma of Multimedia.
Other certificate level courses in multimedia are also available through TAFE, or you may consider a degree course.
Assessment You will be assessed as part of this course.
Typical Course Content (exact details may be obtained from the teaching centre)
CUFANM04A Produce layout drawings for animation
CUFGEN01A Develop And Apply Industry Knowlege
CUFIMA01A Produce And Manipulate Digital Images
CUFIMA03A Create 2D Digital Animation
CUFIMA05A Create 3D digital models and images
CUFMEM02A Author a multimedia product
CUFMEM03A Integrate and use scripting language in authoring a multimedia product
CUFMEM05A Manage multimedia assets
CUFMEM07A Apply Principles Of Visual Design And Communication To The Development Of A Multimedia Product
CUFMEM13A Incorporate, Design And Edit Digital Video
CUFSAF01A Follow Health, Safety And Security Procedures
CUFWRT07A Write an interactive sequence for multimedia
CUSADM03A Manage a project
CUSGEN03A Collaborate with colleagues in planning and producing a project
CUSGEN05A Make presentations
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.