ICT50915 Diploma of Digital Media Technologies
Sydney, Melbourne Brisbane, Online Learning
The world of digital excites you, you spend hours browsing the web, blogging about the latest craze, watching YouTube videos, fiddling with apps on your smartphones and even playing video games. So why not turn that passion into a rewarding career? With our Diploma of Digital Media Technologies, you can. A successful blend of theory and practice, our course will teach you to design and develop media technologies, code websites and mobile applications, edit digital video and manage IT projects - and plenty more. You’ll work on exciting projects and pick up a plethora of tools and tricks to stand out from the crowd to kick-start a dynamic career across digital media - whether as a developer, producer, designer or a games tester.
Course at a glance
On-campus full-time: 36 weeks of tuition + 2 weeks holiday (3x 12 week semesters with a one week break between each) – a maximum of 3 days per week on campus
On-campus part-time: Not available
Online full-time: 36 weeks of tuition + 2 weeks holiday (3x 12 week semesters with a one week break between each) – Flexible days per week
Online part-time: 72 weeks of tuition + 5 weeks holiday (6x 12 week semesters with a one week break between each) – Flexible days per week
International Students may only study on-campus full-time, for the duration stated above
Blended: This training is delivered using a combination of on-campus learning at the Martin training centres, and online education. You will need to attend one of our campuses 3 days per week if you choose to study using blended delivery.
Online: Online Learning is the teaching and learning completely through online arrangements.
Entry requirements vary per course; please contact one of our Student Enrolment Advisers for more information on 1300 762 129.
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Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
RPL is an opportunity for you to receive recognition of
your previous skills and knowledge you have acquired
from work experiences, life experiences, and/or through
recent formal studies. Through the RPL assessment
process you may be able to gain recognition in Units
of Competency within this course or the entire course.
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As within any study, students are required to complete a variety of assessments. In this course assessments include scenarios; making presentations; conducting research; performing skill tests; writing reports including analyses .
Martin College has a range of support services available if the need arises including:
- Learning Skill support
- Language Literacy and Numeracy support
- Disability Services
- Counselling Services
- Career Advise
- IT Help
Upon successful completion of this course Martin will issue your nationally recognised qualification
Martin offers a number of flexible payment options to ensure that financial capacity does not get in the way of achieving your goals.
You can choose from one of three options; pay your course fees in full upfront, or opt for a convenient weekly, fortnightly or monthly payment plan.
To find out more, contact one of our Student Enrolment Advisers on 1300 762 129.
Additional costs are separate from the tuition costs and these may include costs such as textbooks, uniforms and resource kits. For further information regarding this course's additional costs, contact one of our Student Enrolment Advisers on 1300 762 129.
Units of Competency to be Delivered
To achieve this qualification, a total of 18 units of competency must successfully attained. These include 7 core units and 11 elective units chosen by martin and they are as listed below:
- BSBCRT501 Originate and develop concepts Core
- BSBWHS501 Ensure a safe workplace Core
- ICTGAM504 Manage interactive media production Core
- ICTICT418 Contribute to copyright, ethics and privacy in an IT environment Core
- ICTICT419 Work effectively in the digital media industry Core
- ICTICT515 Verify client business requirements Core
- ICTPMG501 Manage ICT projects Core
- CUADIG502 Design digital applications Elective
- CUAPOS201 Perform basic vision and sound editing Elective
- ICTDMT501 Incorporate and edit digital videoElective
- ICTICT406 Build a graphical user interfaceElective
- ICTICT511 Match IT needs with the strategic direction of the enterprise Elective
- ICTICT514 Identify and manage implementation of current industry specific technologies Elective
- ICTPRG409 Develop mobile applications Elective
- ICTPRG418 Apply intermediate programming skills in another language Elective
- ICTWEB501 Build a dynamic website Elective
- ICTWEB505 Develop complex web page layouts Elective
- ICTWEB506 Develop complex cascading style sheets Elective