Ind Tech Multimedia

Industrial Technology Multimedia 100hr - Year 9

Board Developed Course 

 

 

 

Please click here for details of fees for this subjectmultimedia

 

Why study Multimedia?

 

Multimedia specialists are employed by companies that produce multimedia for the World Wide Web, CD-ROMs, DVDs, the motion-picture industry, and computer-based delivery. Multimedia projects include those focused on business, marketing, education, training, presentations and entertainment applications. Multimedia is an interesting, fascinating, exciting and practical subject.

 

Working in the Multimedia industry involves:

  • Working in one of the fastest growing and most dynamic industries, both locally and around the world.
  • Designing, developing, programming, and creating multimedia style projects including websites, audio/visual advertisement, flash and video movies, etc.
  • Students immersed in the field will discover the value of ongoing skill development.
  • Travel and career opportunities nationally and internationally, alongside the opportunity to work from home.
 

Samples of occupations students can aim for in the Multimedia industry:

 

  • Web development
  • Communications
  • Television
  • Education
  • Training
  • Marketing.
  • Telecommunication
  • Film maker
  • Audio engineer
  • Software Engineer
  • Film producer
  • Multimedia project manager
  • Multimedia associate
  • Web designer
  • Web content creation
  • Interface designer
  • Multimedia programmer/authoring specialist
  • Multimedia graphic production artist
  • Digital video specialist
  • Interactive/technical writer

 

 

Course description:

 

The study of Industrial Technology Multimedia provides students with opportunities to engage in a diverse range of creative and practical experiences widely available in industrial and domestic settings. Industrial Technology Multimedia develops in student's knowledge and understanding of applications/programs, equipment and processes associated with the Multimedia industry. Related knowledge and skills are developed through a specialised approach to the tools (programs), materials and techniques employed in the planning, development, construction and evaluation of quality practical projects and processes. Critical thinking skills are developed through engagement with creative practical problem-solving activities.

 

Course Structure:

Multimedia (100 indicative hours)

 

  • Image Manipulation
  • Videography & Video editing
  • Compositing and Special Effects
  • Animation and audio
  • Web Development

For more information on possible outcomes please visit the NSW Board of Studies website:            http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au

 

Course requirements:          

Nil.  Prerequisite to 200 hour Industrial Technology Multimedia.

 

Course costs:

Please click here to see the fee page for this subject

 

Refunds: Students who exit the course before its completion may be eligible for a partial refund of fees. The amount of the refund will be pro-rata, dependent upon the time and resources the student has spent in the course.

 

 

 

 

 

Industrial Technology Multimedia 200hr - Year 10

Board Developed Course

 

Why study Multimedia?multimedia

 

Multimedia and electronic devices have increasingly become part of our everyday lives. Indeed, today's generation has been born into the ‘Multimedia Age' and are very comfortable within it. Multimedia is an interesting, fascinating, exciting and practical subject.

 

Working in the Multimedia industry involves:

 

  • Working in one of the fastest growing and most dynamic industries, both locally and around the world.
  • Designing, developing, programming, testing, diagnosing, installing and maintaining highly sophisticated, state of the art products and systems.
  • Travel and career opportunities nationally and internationally.

Samples of occupations students can aim for in the Multimedia industry:

 

  • Electricial Engineering
  • Telecommunication
  • Biomedical Engineer
  • Aeronautical Engineer
  • Graphic Design
  • Industrial Design
  • Computer systems Engineer
  • TV & Film
  • Sustainable energy technologies
  • Automotive Elect/Engineer
  • InformationTechnology
  • Robotics
  • Mechatronics
  • Instrumentation
  • Lifts
  • Transmission & reticulation
  • Fire protection
  • Defence forces

 

 

Course description:

 

The study of Industrial Technology Multimedia provides students with opportunities to engage in a diverse range of creative and practical experiences widely available in industrial and domestic settings. Industrial Technology Multimedia develops student's knowledge and understanding of materials and processes associated with the Multimedia industry. Related knowledge and skills are developed through a specialised approach to the tools, materials and techniques employed in the planning, development, construction and evaluation of quality practical projects and processes. Critical thinking skills are developed through engagement with creative practical problem-solving activities.

 

Course Structure:

Multimedia (200 indicative hours)

 

  • Image Manipulation
  • Videography and Video Editing
  • Compositing and Special Effects
  • Animation and Audio
  • Web Development
  • 3D Modelling and rapid prototyping
  • Students may develop key competencies in the areas of collecting, analysing and organising information, communicating ideas and information, planning and organising activities, working with others and in teams and problem-solving.

 

For more information on possible outcomes please visit the NSW Board of Studies website:            http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au

 

Course requirements:

Completion of 100 hour Multimedia course.

Students wishing to purchase kits beyond class activities do so at their expense.

 

Course costs:

Please click here to see the fee page for this subject

 

Additional:  Excursions costs

Refunds: Students who exit the course before its completion may be eligible for a partial refund of fees. The amount of the refund will be pro-rata, dependent upon the time and resources the student has spent in the course.