ICT40315 Certificate IV in Web-based Technologies
CUF40207 Certificate IV in Interactive Digital Media has been replaced by ICT40315 Certificate IV in Web-based Technologies.
It is designed for people who want to be competent in designing, developing and using digital media technologies such as web design, designing mobile apps, 2D animation, eCommerce, interactive media designer/developer.
The Certificate IV is offered as a full-time course and provides an individual with the opportunity to develop skills and knowledge to design, develop, build and administer websites, 2D animation, design/develop apps for mobile devices. You will also be given the opportunity to work on real projects.
Skills developed within this course will be current with industry standards along with emerging trends in digital media technologies.
To access the most up to date information about this qualification, go to http://training.gov.au
The Certificate IV provides an opportunity to develop technical, creative and project management skills for the following occupations:
- User experience (UX) designer
- User interface (UI) designer
- Web design and development
- App design and development
- Front End Web Developer
- Animation / Visual Effects Designer
Dates and Times
- Next Intake: 5 February – 28 November 2018 – New enrolments will be accepted until end of March.
- Duration: 3 days per week, Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday – 9am to 4pm
- Venue: Level 1, D Block, Alanvale Campus, Alanvale Road, Newnham
- Contact us on 1300 655 307 to register your interest
- This qualification is also available online
Further Study Options
After achieving the ICT40315 Certificate IV in Web-based Technologies, candidates have the option of continuing to study with us. This Certificate is offered as a pathway to the Diploma of interactive Digital Media (CUF50207).
The course is delivered as a mixed mode program of online and classroom learning and assessment.
Within the classroom, participants are offered flexible delivery using a combination of structured classes, tutorials, workshops and practical projects.
Students will also be expected to work unsupervised on specific projects outside their normal class times.
Assessments are timetabled throughout the year. You will be provided an assessment schedule after classes start.
There are no formal pre-requisites to study this course. However, limited spaces are available so prospective students will be required to undertake an interview. Evidence of interest and previous involvement in this area would be of benefit to the applicants.
To gain this qualification successful completion of 22 units is required, consisting of 8 core units plus 14 elective units – subject to availability.