This qualification, generally available as an apprenticeship, you'll gain the skills and knowledge use different equipment, systems, software and processes, and to analyse and evaluate information from different sources. It's the perfect place to start your career in digital design and output. Perfect for anyone who wants to work in digital media design. No previous experience is required for this course, just a creative mind!
You'll learn about graphic pre-press, and its position within the printing and graphic arts industry workflow —how to design and prepare layouts and artwork; manipulate images and text to meet production and design requirements; and apply solutions to a defined range of problems associated with, and characteristic to, the print medium. You'll also learn how to edit images; select and apply type; manage digital files; produce a basic digital print; and manage digital files for printing in a number of mediums.
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This course is also available from registered training organisations (accredited private training providers) that are funded through Jobs and Skills WA. Select from the list below, and follow the link to the provider’s website for further information.
This course is designed to deliver the formal training component of an Australian Apprenticeship in Graphic Prepress. During the course, participants will learn to apply solutions to a range of industry related problems, encompassing different equipment, systems, software and processes, and to analyse and evaluate information from different sources. Participants will develop skills and knowledge of Graphic Prepress and its position within the printing and graphic arts industry workflow. Participants will also learn how to practically implement this learning in the workplace.
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