Certificate III in Design Fundamentals
TAFE Queensland East Coast
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Year 10 or equivalent
This qualification is part of the Visual Arts, Crafts and Design Training Package. It provides a pathway to a career in design. There are limited job outcomes at this level, though in areas such as graphic design and digital media there may be some employment opportunities in junior roles.
Subjects you can Study
Core: Follow a design process; Explore the use of colour; Explore and apply the creative design process to 2D forms; Explore and apply the creative design process to 3D forms; Source and apply design industry knowledge; Participate in OHS processes; Produce drawings to communicate ideas. Electives: Apply printing techniques to produce Indigenous textile designs; Author interactive sequences; Produce and prepare photo images; Plan a career in the creative arts industry; Electronically combine complex images; Manage own work and learning; Produce computer image for screen printing; plus more.
About TAFE Queensland East CoastTAFE Queensland East Coast is the premier provider of vocational education and training and the largest in the Sunshine Coast and Wide Bay region with seven campuses and over 20,000 enrolments annually.
TAFE Queensland East Coast is the result of an amalgamation between Sunshine Coast TAFE and Wide Bay TAFE. By harnessing the strong reputation each of these Institutes had in their communities for providing exceptional training and education they are able to improve education and training to the region as a collaborative force.
Provider CRICOS: 02004B RTO code: 0418
Certificate IIICourse code: CUV30311
- Full-time internal = 0.5 year
12 units: 7 core; 5 elective
Year 10 or equivalent
Life after Study
Artists conceive and create visual representations to investigate, respond to or communicate an impression or idea.
Graphic designers produce visual communications, including art and layouts of text for reproduction in print and electronic media such as magazines, newspapers, books and websites, as well as image designs for corporate identity programmes, exhibitions and advertising.
Illustrators create drawings and designs for books and magazines, advertisements, film, television and multimedia. Illustrators work on paper, and two-dimensional (2D) and three-dimensional (3D) models. They may use traditional or computer-based techniques, or a combination of both.
Multimedia developers generate and manipulate graphic images, animations, sound, text and video into consolidated and seamless multimedia applications. Multimedia applications include computer-based interactive training, data presentation and information kiosks, CD-ROMs, entertainment and educational products, and multimedia presentations.