Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology
Our Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology equips students to work in digital media, software applications, network administration and web technologies.
This course enables you to develop skills in front end design, website development, user experience/user interface design, digital content creation, project management, problem-solving, wire-framing and prototyping of web products.
You will be able to sharpen your digital skill set through industry-relevant training and practical applications. You will also gain insights from industry practitioners and highly regarded Swinburne industry partners.
Upon completing the Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology, you will have the tools needed to succeed in Information and Communications Technology (ICT) fields of your choice.
This course will not be offered in 2021. The information on this page is for current students. You might be interested in our Certificate IV in Digital and Interactive Games or Certificate IV in Information Technology. To discuss your study options, contact us.
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This is a nationally approved vocational course that is recognised throughout Australia.
Course information in detail
- Course detail and course structure.
This 6 month creative course is focused on students learning current industry practices in website design and development. Students will undertake studies in user experience design, user interface creation, digital photography, social media marketing concepts, wire-framing, mock-ups using rapid prototyping tools and hosted on external webservers. Students will also explore mobile first HTML5, CSS3, and CSS frameworks.
Students build skills to produce a web product; applying industry relevant project management methodologies to create a responsive and dynamic website with UX and cutting edge design at its core.
Students in this course will have the opportunity to gain insights and engage in discussions with industry practitioners and official Swinburne industry partners. They include dynamic web development companies like Rapid Circle – one of our partners of choice.
There are a total of 17 units, including 6 core and 11 electives
Careers and graduate outcomes
- Career opportunities and course aims and objectives.
- Web designer
- UI designer
- UX designer
- Web programmer
- Digital content creator
- Web animator
Aims and objectives
To provide students with the skills and knowledge in the front end design and development of web sites. To enable students to be confident in the processes of UI design, UX, project management, and the research and problem solving required to code websites. The aim is also to enable students to gain the skills to add value to the small business owner, or to continue to other related PAVE courses.
Pathways and scholarships
- Recognition of prior learning.
Course fees and requirements
- Entry requirements and non-year 12 entry.
There are no specific entry requirements for this course.
How to apply
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Tel: 1300 SWINBURNE
Training Organisation Identifier (TOID): 3059