Graphic Design Courses

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Bachelor of Design (Communication Design)

The online Bachelor of Design (Communication Design) program is focused on converting your creative ability into a professional career.


This course will hone your creative design expertise while teaching you communication and practical skills across a range of industry relevant mediums.


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Diploma of Graphic Design CUA50715

If you're looking to give your career a creative boost, then study this online Diploma of Graphic Design (CUA50715) course, and kick-start your journey offered by North Coast TAFE (RTO 90010).


This comprehensive course will teach you all you need to know about the creative process, from conception right through to managing clients’ expectations and delivering a professional, polished product.


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Graphic Design Pathway Program CUA50715

Study this Graphic Design Pathway Program (CUA50715) with North Coast TAFE and cover graphic design basics as well as advanced design skills and theory.



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About Graphic Design

The design professions have been growing rapidly for the last three decades. According to the Design Institute of Australia (DIA), this positive trend has also coincided with high numbers of Australians with qualifications in aesthetics-based design disciplines, with the main concern for practitioners being ‘competition’, closely followed by ‘standards’. In this climate, standing out matters more than ever.

Practitioners are currently working in an era that stimulates ever-more creative outlets and there is therefore a constant need for ever-greater volumes and types of visual material. This has seen graphic designers become rightly integrated into all kinds of settings, from government and business marketing departments to packaging companies, print media, web design consultancies, and advertising and PR firms.

Whether it’s supporting commercial or cultural activities, visual communication needs to be able to move fluidly between the screen and the page. Practitioners with the fundamentals of traditional practice such as illustration and the knowledge to translate this to digital media are highly desired. As the DIA says, the opportunities keep expanding.

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