Certificate IV in Digital and Interactive Games

Code:
ICT40915
Government-subsidised training
Recognition
Meets the requirements of the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF)
Entry requirements
No minimum education
Units in this course
Fee range
$3,850 - $8,626 (full fee)
$2,500 - $3,686
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About recognition

The courses shown on the Victorian Skills Gateway website are 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
Unit type
BSBWHS304
Participate effectively in WHS communication and consultation processes
Core
ICTGAM401
Produce an interactive game
Core
ICTICT418
Contribute to copyright, ethics and privacy in an ICT environment
Core
ICTICT419
Work effectively in the digital media industry
Core
BSBCRT401
Articulate, present and debate ideas
Elective
CUAANM301
Create 2D digital animations
Elective
CUAANM302
Create 3D digital animations
Elective
CUAANM303
Create 3D digital models
Elective
CUAANM402
Create digital visual effects
Elective
CUADRA201
Develop drawing skills
Elective
CUAPPM407
Create storyboards
Elective
ICTDMT402
Produce interactive animation
Elective
ICTDMT403
Produce and edit digital images
Elective
ICTGAM301
Apply simple modelling techniques
Elective
ICTGAM302
Design and apply simple textures to digital art
Elective
ICTGAM303
Review and apply the principles of animation
Elective
ICTGAM402
Identify and apply principles of games design and game playing
Elective
ICTGAM403
Create design documents for interactive games
Elective
ICTGAM404
Apply artificial intelligence in game development
Elective
ICTGAM405
Write story and content for digital games
Elective
ICTGAM406
Create visual design components for interactive games
Elective
ICTGAM407
Write scripts for interactive games
Elective
ICTGAM408
Use 3-D animation interface and toolsets
Elective
ICTGAM409
Create 3-D characters for interactive games
Elective
ICTGAM410
Develop 3-D components for interactive games
Elective
ICTGAM412
Design interactive media
Elective
ICTGAM413
Design and create 3-D digital models
Elective
ICTGAM414
Create audio for digital games
Elective
ICTGAM416
Prepare and complete image rendering processes
Elective
ICTGAM417
Apply digital effects to interactive products
Elective
ICTGAM418
Use simple modelling for animation
Elective
ICTICT406
Build a graphical user interface
Elective
ICTICT408
Create technical documentation
Elective
ICTICT417
Identify, evaluate and apply current industry-specific technologies to meet industry standards
Elective
ICTICT420
Develop client user interface
Elective
ICTPRG301
Apply introductory programming techniques
Elective
ICTPRG405
Automate processes
Elective
ICTPRG406
Apply introductory object-oriented language skills
Elective
ICTPRG413
Use a library or pre-existing components
Elective
ICTPRG415
Apply skills in object-oriented design
Elective
ICTPRG417
Apply mathematical techniques for software development
Elective
ICTPRG527
Apply intermediate object-oriented language skills
Elective
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The fee ranges shown are indicative only.

The full fee range does not factor in any government subsidies.

The government-subsidised fee range marked with this symbol Government-subsidised training available factors in a Victorian Government subsidy.

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  • Rates for local students only (not for international)  
  • Available data from the Australian Course Information Register

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