Multimedia and Games

Games development is a relatively new and dynamic growth industry that has developed out of a blending of creative and technical production. There is a strong focus on the design, development and programming of digital games. Learn how to produce an interactive game, write a story and content for digital games, and develop high level 3D modelling, rendering and interactivity skills.

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KAB50 Digital Illustration Skills Set Skill set Geraldton Campus
art, digital. drawing, procreate, ipad, apple, illustration, design, pen, sketch, creative

Expand your creative skills into the digital space.

Using the application Prcreate and an Apple iPad you can learn how to draw using the Apple Pencil and Procreate in this upcoming short course.
Procreate is a raster graphics editor app for digital painting developed and designed in response to the artistic possibilities of the iPad.

Topics covered in this short course include:

• Navigating the workspace
• Brushes and gestures
• Essential tools
• Drawing basics
• Setting up the canvas
• Layers, masks and liquify
• Importing files and photos
• File formats

The below nationally recognised unit of competency is included in this course:

CUAPPR101          Use ideas and techniques to develop creative work


Upon successful completion you will receive a Statement of Attainment

Enrolment & enquiries

For more information about this course and to enrol contact: 1800 672 700 or complete the course enquiry form below.

To find out more about studying with us please also refer to our Course Guide and Student Information Pack.


Please Note: Students are required to bring their own iPad, apple pen and have the Procreate app downloaded prior to the class. (Procreate cost: $14.99)


ICT40815 AVZ6 Digital Media Technologies Certificate IV Geraldton Campus
, TAFE18, L000000, Information Technology Library and Digital, L000002, Multimedia and Games, Computing, Internet, Online, Microsoft, Excel, IT, Multimedia, Programming, Networks, Coding, Web pages, HTML, Java, Mobile applications, Animation, Digital media

Are you looking for a leading digital media career?

When you complete the Certificate IV in Digital Media Technologies you will be an attractive applicant for in-demand IT roles such as digital media designer, digital media producer, digital content producer, interactive media designer, online digital producer and digital/social media coordinator.

You will gain the career enhancing knowledge and skills to create digital visual effects, work with digital images, create interactive media, engage in digital content production, design for interactive websites and develop projects using 2D and 3D animation technologies, and develop eLearning design skills.

You will acquire valuable experience in supporting projects, fulfilling client expectations, working in a digital media environment and with workplace health and safety.

This is a WA priority skills course so lower tuition fees apply and employment prospects are higher.

Skills gained from the Multimedia Stream:

  • Presenting and discussing ideas in an articulate manner
  • Understanding WHS communication and consultation processes
  • Authoring interactive media
  • Understanding copyright, ethics and privacy and how it applies in an IT environment
  • Evaluating and making the best use of online learning tools
  • Working effectively in the industry and supporting small scale projects
  • Programming concepts and processes
  • Using JavaScript to create interactive web pages
  • Creating and animating 3D models
  • Creating digital visual effects to enhance your video productions using Premiere Pro and After Effects
  • Using storyboards for your productions to enhance your workflow
  • Basic sound editing techniques
  • Producing and editing digital images in Photoshop, and
  • Techniques for illustrative work and graphic design.

Skills gained from the Programming Stream:

  • Designing, coding and creating web pages using HTML, CSS3 and JavaScript
  • Designing, coding and creating mobile applications using HTML5
  • Troubleshooting and maintaining websites, and
  • Programming skills and knowledge that can be translated in many programming languages.
KAB35 GovHack Skills Set Skill set Geraldton Campus

Join the largest open data hackathon in the southern hemisphere.

GovHack is an international event which attracts thousands of participants each year who come together in simultaneous events taking place in major and regional cities across the country.

The event requires competitors to work in small teams during the 46 hour event to produce a ‘hack’ using Australian government data. Teams are judged on the production of a three minute video explaining their idea and its future potential.

It is FREE to register and there are no costs associated with participating in the event. 


Course content

As part of their participation in this event, students will complete the below unit:

BSBWOR202 | Organise and complete daily work activities



This is a nationally recognised unit of competency and upon successful completion students will receive a Statement of Attainment


How to register:

Step 1: Enrol with us via the link below:

Step 2: Register with GovHack via the link below:


For more information please contact:

Lecturer Robyn Jenkin

1800 672 700


Find out more about GovHack here.


To find out more about studying with us please refer to our Course Guide and Student Information Pack.

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