Certificate IV in Photo Imaging

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CUV40411
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Recognition
Meets the requirements of the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF)
Entry requirements
No minimum education
Units in this course
Fee range
$10,240 - $10,240*
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About recognition

The courses shown on the Victorian Skills Gateway website are either regulated qualifications under the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF), or short training programs made up of units of competency from regulated qualifications.

Units
Unit code
Unit title
BSBCCO201A
Action customer contact
BSBCRT301A
Develop and extend critical and creative thinking skills
BSBCRT401A
Articulate, present and debate ideas
BSBCRT402A
Collaborate in a creative process
BSBCRT403A
Explore the history and social impact of creativity
BSBDES301A
Explore the use of colour
BSBDES304A
Source and apply design industry knowledge
BSBDES305A
Source and apply information on the history and theory of design
BSBDES402A
Interpret and respond to a design brief
BSBDES403A
Develop and extend design skills and practice
BSBFLM309C
Support continuous improvement systems and processes
BSBINN201A
Contribute to workplace innovation
BSBINN301A
Promote innovation in a team environment
BSBIPR401A
Use and respect copyright
BSBMKG413A
Promote products and services
BSBOHS201A
Participate in OHS processes
BSBREL401A
Establish networks
BSBREL402A
Build client relationships and business networks
BSBSMB201A
Identify suitability for micro business
BSBSMB301A
Investigate micro business opportunities
BSBSMB302A
Develop a micro business proposal
BSBSMB303A
Organise finances for the micro business
BSBSMB304A
Determine resource requirements for the micro business
BSBSMB305A
Comply with regulatory, taxation and insurance requirements for the micro business
BSBSMB306A
Plan a home based business
BSBSMB307A
Set up information and communications technology for the micro business
BSBSUS301A
Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices
BSBWOR301A
Organise personal work priorities and development
BSBWOR403A
Manage stress in the workplace
BSBWOR404B
Develop work priorities
CUECOR02C
Work with others
CUFCMP301A
Implement copyright arrangements
CUFDIG201A
Maintain interactive content
CUFDIG401A
Author interactive media
CUFDIG402A
Design user interfaces
CUFDIG403A
Create user interfaces
CUFIND401A
Provide services on a freelance basis
CUFPOS402A
Manage media assets
CUFRES401A
Conduct research
CUSIND302A
Plan a career in the creative arts industry
CUVACD401A
Integrate colour theory and design processes
CUVDIG401A
Experiment with techniques to enhance digital images
CUVPHI301A
Develop and apply photo imaging industry knowledge
CUVPHI302A
Capture photographic images
CUVPHI303A
Process photo images to work-print and file stage
CUVPHI304A
Process colour materials in a wet darkroom context
CUVPHI305A
Use wet darkroom techniques to produce monochrome photographs
CUVPHI401A
Capture images in response to a brief
CUVPHI402A
Research and apply information on the traditions that inform photo imaging practice
CUVPHI403A
Apply photo imaging lighting techniques
CUVPHI404A
Enhance, manipulate and output photo images
CUVPRP302A
Document the work progress
CUVPRP304A
Participate in collaborative creative projects
CUVPRP403A
Select and organise finished work for storage
CUVPRP405A
Develop and discuss ideas for own creative work
ICPPP422C
Digitise complex images for reproduction
ICPPP430C
Manage colour
ICPPP484C
Set up and operate automated workflow
PSPPM402B
Manage simple projects
PSPPM405A
Administer simple projects
SIBXFAS202A
Design and apply make-up for photography
SIRRMER016A
Style merchandise for photography
SIRRRPK014A
Recommend specialised products and services
SIRXCCS002A
Interact with customers
SIRXIND001A
Work effectively in a retail environment
SIRXSLS001A
Sell products and services
SIRXSLS002A
Advise on products and services
SIRXSLS004A
Build relationships with customers
About the fee range

The fees charged for this course may vary as training providers are free to set their own fees.

The fee range shown is indicative only. It is based on:

  • Estimated tuition fee for the whole of the course
  • Rates for local students only (not for international)
  • Available data from the Australian Course Information Register

The fees shown do not factor in concessions, government subsidies or scholarships. They also exclude other fees set by the training provider such as materials, services, and amenities.

To find government-subsidised training, look for a course location marked with this symbol Government-subsidised training available

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