TAFE NSW

Statement of Attainment in Advanced Digital Photoshop Techniques

TAFE NSW

Type of institution: TAFE Institute
Level: Pre-degree
CRICOS: 00591E

This course is an excellent adjunct and/or pathway to the Diploma and Advanced Diploma of Graphic Design, and offers learning and up skilling in specialist skills to current professionals, as well as students of graphic design. This course is intended to build on existing knowledge and skills in Adobe Photoshop to extend learner's capacity to produce a range of digital outcomes incorporating image optimisation and manipulation, as well as digital collage and painting, in the context of graphic design process. You will learn a variety of techniques and styles to diversity your practice that utilise Photoshop, Illustrator and Wacom Tablet. This course is for graduate of graphic design or similar industry areas. You will need to have existing skills in Adobe Creative Suite to undertake this course.

Subjects

  • Select and refine a specialised drawing technique
  • Select and refine a specialised drawing technique
  • Develop and refine illustrative work

Standard entry requirements

A Certificate IV in Design (graphic) or equivalent study or work experience.

Study information

CampusFeesEntryMid year intakeAttendance
Design Centre Enmore No
  • Part-time : 8 weeks

Fee comments

Campuses: Design Centre Enmore.

**FULLY GOVERNMENT SUBSIDISED**This course is fully government-subsidised for eligible students, meaning you will not have to pay any course fees. It is part of a program to help people develop the skills they need to get a job, undertake entry level qualifications or transition to a new job.If you are not eligible for subsidised training, you can still choose to enrol in the course but will need to pay the full (non-subsidised) fee.

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