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Upgrade Yourself
Short and Single Course Guide

Time for a new you?


Install some new skills with an RMIT short course.

Contents
Short courses
1 3 8 12 15 18 20 22 23 Architecture and building Art and design Business Communication and digital media Computing and information technology Education and training Engineering Health and medical science Short course enrolment form

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Enquiries and enrolments


Tel. +61 3 9925 8111 Fax: +61 3 9925 8298 Email: enquiries@rmit.edu.au www.shortcourses.rmit.edu.au www.singlecourses.rmit.edu.au

Single courses
25 26 28 32 33 College of Business College of Design and Social Context College of Science, Engineering and Health Single course application information Single course application form

Every effort has been made to ensure the information contained in this publication is accurate at the date of printing. For the most up-to-date information, please refer to www.shortcourses.rmit.edu.au before booking a course. Published in Dec 2013.

Why RMIT?
RMIT is a global university of technology and design and Australias largest tertiary institution. The University enjoys an international reputation for excellence in practical education and outcome-oriented research. RMIT courses are constantly updated to meet the changing needs of business and the broader community, and to provide students with specialised content relevant to professional and personal success in a rapidly changing world. Taking a short or single course with RMIT gives you access to: industry experts with a passion for excellence and innovation cutting-edge technology, equipment and facilities current and relevant course content convenient Melbourne locations.

Short courses
An RMIT short course offers you the opportunity to quickly enhance your professional skills, increase general knowledge in a chosen area or simply nurture a new talent or hobby. Short courses run throughout the year.

Enrol Online
You can enrol online for short courses at www.shortcourses.rmit.edu.au and apply online for single courses at www.singlecourses.rmit.edu.au

Single courses
An RMIT single course is a subject from an undergraduate or postgraduate degree program. A single course gives you an opportunity to experience the subject matter before committing to a degree.

Short Courses
For more information and to enrol visit www.shortcourses.rmit.edu.au or call +61 3 9925 8111.

RMIT offers short courses in a variety of subject areas including design, business, engineering, fashion, architecture, communication, art, languages, technology, community services, health and more. The courses are practical and designed to fit within a busy lifestyle, with contents varying from project-based to portfolio development. The courses run throughout the year and are based in central locations.

Architecture and Building

Architecture and Drafting


Architectural Drawing Techniques Introduction You will be introduced to standard residential building design and drafting procedures, conventions and documentation practices. You will engage in drawing studio activities to develop an understanding of associated drawings and graphic techniques. City $520 S320078 18.02.14 6 9 pm 8 sessions Building and Architectural Context and Presentation Explore your own folio or design project and be supported by a qualified professional to explore the world of building, architecture and planning. This will include design language, drawings and concepts, schematic plans, elevations, presentation techniques, model making and related skills. City $320 S320173 26.02.14 6 9 pm 5 sessions Sketchup for Beginners You will learn how to use Sketchup, the free, industry standard, rapid 3D modelling software that anyone can learn. Design buildings, furniture and everyday objects easily and quickly. Sketchup has the shortest learning curve of any 3D software in existence! City $420 S345297 05.04.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 2 sessions SolidWorksLevel 1 You will be introduced to 3D modelling, sketching and assembly creation using SolidWorks. You will learn how to create and manipulate 3D models, how to generate detail drawings and the basics of Simulation Xpress for safety and feasibility testing. Brunswick $980 S320118 30.04.14 6 9 pm 8 sessions AutoCAD Level 2 Developed for practitioners with existing AutoCAD skills, the course is aimed at refining and further developing drawing and drawing productivity techniques. Delivery is through a combination of demonstration and practical exercises. Brunswick $790 S320002 05.05.14 6 9 pm 8 sessions Revit ArchitectureLevel 1 You will be introduced to Revit Architecture, a powerful building modeller for architectural design and documentation in 2D and 3D. It is delivered through theory, demonstrations and practical work. You will gain hands-on experience using Revits modelling and documentation commands. City/Brunswick $990 S320005 05.02.14 6 9 pm 9 sessions 10.02.14 9 am 5 pm 4 sessions 01.03.14 9 am 5 pm 4 sessions 31.03.14 6 9 pm 9 sessions 03.05.14 9 am 5 pm 4 sessions 16.05.14 9 am 5 pm 4 sessions 31.05.14 9 am 5 pm 4 sessions 26.06.14 6 9 pm 9 sessions Revit ArchitectureLevel 2 You will explore Revits advanced productivity tools with an emphasis on families and custom elements. The course is delivered through theory, demonstrations and practical application. You will gain hands-on experience through practical exercises based on Australian conditions. Brunswick $990 S320080 15.04.14 6 9 pm 9 sessions

AutoCAD and Revit


3D Studio Max for Architects and Designers 3D Studio Max is the current state-of-the-art rapid modelling and visualisation tool for architects and interior designers. You will learn how to transform your designs into 2D and 3D visual representations, and explore the processes involved in designing, rendering and animating your 3D model. City $1150 S345139 01.03.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 5 sessions 03.05.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 5 sessions AutoCAD Level 1 You will be provided with a comprehensive introduction to creating 2D drawings using AutoCAD software. The course focuses on basic drafting techniques, so it will suit users across a broad range of industries. You will gain hands-on experience using AutoCAD through a series of practical exercises. City/Brunswick $790 S320001 05.02.14 9 am 5 pm 4 sessions 13.02.14 6 9 pm 9 sessions 01.03.14 9 am 5 pm 4 sessions 13.03.14 9 am 5 pm 4 sessions 30.04.14 9 am 5 pm 4 sessions 03.05.14 9 am 5 pm 4 sessions 31.05.14 9 am 5 pm 4 sessions 30.06.14 9 am 5 pm 4 sessions

Current course information and individual course flyers are available at www.shortcourses.rmit.edu.au or www.singlecourses.rmit.edu.au

Architecture and Building Construction Management and Building


BCA Section JPart J1 to J3 Assessments This course provides the knowledge and skills to enable you to perform BCA Section J, Part J1 to J3 assessments, for small to mediumsized buildings. You will learn how to do it, not just what to do. City $540 S130234 22.03.14 9 am 5.30 pm 1 session 10.05.14 9 am 5.30 pm 1 session 21.06.14 9 am 5.30 pm 1 session

Interior Decoration Design Series


The Interior Decoration Design Series is a set of stand-alone study units designed for people employed or wishing to be employed in the retail and commercial area of interior decoration, or those wishing to enhance their personal development or to undertake a project. Study units are considered suitable preparation for work in areas of specialist decoration such as soft furnishings, paint and other retail outlets.
Interior Decoration Design Series Creative Lighting Applications You will be introduced to the art of lighting for effect, with flair and style for indoors and out. You will cover the artistic approach to lighting for maximum atmosphere and mood for a variety of situations, and explore lighting for landscaping. City $595 S320125 19.02.14 6 8.30 pm 15 sessions Interior Decoration Design Series Design Fundamentals for Interiors If you want to learn the underpinning principles for interior decoration and design, this is an excellent course to begin with. You will practise resolving visual and spatial problems by applying design principles and elements in interior settings. City $595 S320126 18.02.14 6 8.30 pm 15 sessions Interior Decoration Design Series Drawing Simple Interior Perspectives You will learn the introductory skills required to draw views, with some rendering techniques to communicate your ideas in interior spaces. You will discover how to draw floor plans and how to represent the placement of furniture, furnishings and selected finishes and to indicate light direction. City $395 S320158 08.05.14 6 8.30 pm 8 sessions Interior Decoration Design Series Foundation Colour You will be introduced to the foundation of colour and the basic concepts of colour, through mixing and adjusting colours and applying the principles to an interior design scheme. You will complete a range of painting exercises and projects investigating colour and how it can be used. City $595 S320166 19.02.14 6.30 9 pm 16 sessions Interior Decoration Design Series Interior Furnishings for Contemporary Living You will be introduced to the range of fabrics used for drapery and upholstery. You will learn how to combine different colours, patterns and textures of fabrics together in an interior to achieve the style you love, how to design window treatments, styles of furniture and decorating a room. City $495 S320188 10.02.14 6 8.30 pm 8 sessions 28.04.14 6 8.30 pm 8 sessions Interior Decoration Design Series Materials and Finishes for Interiors You will explore the amazing range of interior materials, hard finishes, and fixtures available to interior decorators, including flooring materials, laminates, tiles, timbers, stone, glass and new composite polymers and metals. City $595 S320128 18.02.14 6 8.30 pm 15 sessions

Interior Design
InteriorsDesign and Decoration for Living You will learn about major aspects of redecorating a home, such as decoration, colour and space planning, elements and principles of interior decoration, lighting, soft furnishing, furniture styles, renovation techniques, application of decorative materials, and surface coatings selection. City $495 S320013 20.02.14 6 9 pm 8 sessions 21.02.14 9.30 am 12.30 pm 8 sessions 08.05.14 6 9 pm 8 sessions 09.05.14 9.30 am 12.30 pm 8 sessions Styling Your HomeIntroduction Express your own sense of style by referencing and analysing a range of different interior styles, considering which will work for your environment, budget and taste. You will gain an overview of major aspects of styling, to alter the look of your space without changing the structure. City $480 S320156 09.05.14 9.30 am 12.30 pm 8 sessions

Trade Skills
Electrical Contractor Registration Course Part B Commercial You will gain the required knowledge to pass the Part B Commercial written examination. City $700 S130017 26.03.14 5.30 9.30 pm 10 sessions Inspection and Safety Testing of Electrical Equipment This course aims to provide testing and tagging skills to persons required to test electrical appliances, tools and apparatus. The course involves theory and hands-on training. City $320 S130104 17.03.14 8 am 5 pm 2 sessions 05.05.14 8 am 5 pm 2 sessions

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Art and Design

Craft
Bag MakingIntroduction, Clutch Bag This course will teach you to design and create a clutch bag, as well as the introductory knowledge associated with bag making. Brunswick $490 S350264 07.04.14 6 9 pm 6 sessions 30.06.14 6 9 pm 6 sessions BookbindingIntroduction You will undertake practical exercises in bookbinding and finishing. This course is designed for people interested in the introductory aspects of bookbinding, book restoration and gold blocking. Brunswick $595 S320176 05.03.14 5.30 8.30 pm 15 sessions Book Repair and Restoration You will undertake practical exercises in bookbinding and finishing on an intermediate to advanced level, depending on ability. You will work on your own projects under the supervision and direction of experienced staff. Brunswick $540 S320178 20.02.14 5.30 8.30 pm 15 sessions If You Were a BowerbirdThe Art of Seduction This course is a playground for discovering new ways of applying techniques and materials to service your imagination, rather than about a specific jewellery technique. The aim is to encourage the emergence and revealing of your position, drive and expressiveness in the field of jewellery. City $695 S340150 03.02.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 5 sessions

Fashion and Textiles


Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop for FashionIntroduction This course introduces new techniques and skills, using both these programs to develop artwork relevant to fashion and textile design. Brunswick $850 S350210 20.01.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 5 sessions 19.03.14 5.30 8.30 pm 12 sessions Adobe Illustrator for FashionIntroduction This course introduces new techniques and skills using Adobe Illustrator to develop artwork relevant to fashion and textile design. Brunswick $620 S350245 05.04.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 5 sessions Adobe InDesign for FashionIntroduction The aim of this course is to introduce participants to the use of Adobe InDesign for the Fashion and Textile Industry. The software can be used to develop publications and marketing materials such as Range Books and Look Books. Brunswick $275 S350333 22.03.14 9.30 am 2 pm 2 sessions Adobe Photoshop for FashionIntroduction This course introduces the use of Adobe Photoshop software to develop images relevant to the fashion and textile industry. Brunswick $540 S350244 17.05.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 3 sessions Fascinating Fashion You will explore all areas of fashion design from developing fashion figures to designing garments and accessories. Techniques used include collage, montage, linear work, conte, ink, water colour, pens and pencils. Brunswick $495 S350267 20.05.14 6 9 pm 8 sessions Fashion Drawing This course is designed to introduce beginners to fashion drawing. For those with creative ideas, this is the opportunity to learn how to draw a model and present your fashion design ideas in the most effective manner. City $415 S350296 15.03.14 12 4 pm 5 sessions 24.05.14 12 4 pm 5 sessions GerberGrading and Marker Making (CGMM) This course provides training in computer-aided techniques that are fundamental to the latest Gerber software. You will learn through practical activities, demonstrations and printed learning guides. Brunswick $895 S350282 13.05.14 6 9 pm 14 sessions GerberPattern Making (PDS) This course provides training in computer-aided techniques that are fundamental to the latest Gerber software. The emphasis of this course is the development of patterns on screen. You will learn through practical activities, demonstrations and printed learning guides. Brunswick $895 S350247 13.05.14 6 9 pm 14 sessions

Current course information and individual course flyers are available at www.shortcourses.rmit.edu.au or www.singlecourses.rmit.edu.au

Art and Design

Student Profile: Zowie Moselen

Introduction to Machine Knitting You will be introduced to the techniques and skills that are required to produce knitted garments, homewares and accessories on a domestic knitting machine. Brunswick $685 S350331 24.05.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 5 sessions LectraIntroduction This course aims to introduce the basic computer-aided pattern-making principles using the Lectra system. This is achieved via demonstrations, practical application and various handouts. Brunswick $775 S350215 27.05.14 6 9 pm 12 sessions

Screen Print Your T-shirt You will learn how to create images for screens, how to prepare and register them, and how to print out film from a digital format printer. Your end product will be a four-colour screen printed T-shirt. Brunswick $390 S350285 04.06.14 6 9 pm 6 sessions Sewing In this course you will learn to make your own trendy clothes that suit and actually fit your body. You will learn techniques of top designers. You will also learn how to fit and adjust commercial patterns to your size, so your garments look professionally made. Brunswick $595 S350234 28.01.14 6 9 pm 10 sessions 30.01.14 6 9 pm 10 sessions 01.02.14 10 am 1 pm 10 sessions 15.04.14 6 9 pm 10 sessions 17.04.14 6 9 pm 10 sessions 26.04.14 10 am 1 pm 10 sessions Social Media for FashionThe Overview Fashion and social media are made for each other. If you work in a small to medium business in the fashion industry, wish to break into fashion blogging or expand on your current practice, this two day course will equip you with the skills to build a stellar social media presence. City $240 S345301 05.04.14 10 am 4.30 pm 2 sessions Social Media for Fashion Marketing This course will help you develop the skills and knowledge required to use social media to build a brand online in the context of the fashion and textiles industry. You will study the concepts of branding and brand management. Brunswick $675 S350338 12.03.14 6 9 pm 10 sessions

"The Introduction to Machine Knitting course challenged me, while at the same time I acquired the skills I was hoping to learn. The classes were small enough to give me the chance to work independently but able to get help if my knitting fell off the machine! I loved learning about little hints and tricks on how to fix the errors. The lecturer was friendly, helpful and always approachable. She showed me that all mistakes can be fixed and used the opportunity to teach me something extra. I have used the skills and knowledge to further my interest in creating my own knitwear. I now feel confident enough to apply these skills independently at home on my own knitting machine." Introduction to Machine Knitting

Making Footwear by Hand This course is ideal for people who are interested in the craft of designing and making footwear by hand. Brunswick $960 S350230 13.01.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 12 sessions 19.02.14 6 9 pm 14 sessions 03.06.14 6 9 pm 14 sessions Patternmaking This course covers basic patternmaking techniques. You will develop base style patterns from the provided basic/foundation blocks. A choice of Australian standard sizes 8 to 16 basic/foundation block patterns will be available. Brunswick $675 S350203 04.02.14 6 9 pm 10 sessions 28.04.14 6 9 pm 10 sessions Product Knowledge Workshops in Textiles These workshops have been specifically designed for current and newly appointed TCF staff wishing to improve their technical knowledge and gain a wider appreciation of the many facets of the total textile pipeline from fibres to fashion. Brunswick $370 S350224 30.06.14 9 am 5 pm 1 session

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Fine and Visual Art


Comic Art This course looks at the history of the comic and the development of sequential art, to eventually focus on the most contemporary forms of comic art. This course offers commencing and established artists opportunities to develop, enrich and enhance their practice. City $500 S340151 18.01.14 10 am 3 pm 8 sessions Electronics for Artists Electronics for Artists is a short course developed to provide an introductory knowledge of approaches to adapting the technology of sound, light and kinetics to the development of artworks. City $650 S340143 20.01.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 6 sessions IllustrationStyles and Techniques This project-based course is designed to develop an illustration folio using a variety of techniques, styles and media. You will explore collage, pen, brush and wash work and computer-generated artwork for a range of contexts such as books, magazines, packaging and cards. Brunswick $520 S320121 19.02.14 6 9 pm 6 sessions New Media and Handheld Devices within the Visual Arts The smart phone and other handheld devices are now ubiquitous within society and increasingly in the field of art. This course explores how such devices can be utilised by artists and curators in the form of art-based interactive apps, animations and videos. City $500 S340152 30.06.14 5 9 pm 8 sessions The Culture of the Moving Image in Contemporary Art The course provides an introduction to historical contexts of the moving image, but primarily focuses on the contemporary face of moving image arts practice both in Australia and internationally. City $600 S340149 08.03.14 10 am 4 pm 8 sessions Web Technologies for Artists The course explores how the web can be considered as an alternative space for artwork, by providing an introduction into various new web technologies and various genres of web art, from interactive video, low-fi web projects, text, and narrative and animation. City $500 S340153 30.06.14 5 9 pm 8 sessions

Folio Preparation and Career Discovery


Career Discovery in Fashion and Textiles Participants will be introduced to the world of fashion and textiles with a series of presentations delivered by industry leaders and experts. Brunswick $350 S350337 21.01.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 3 sessions Design Bytes You will gain a competitive edge when applying for tertiary studies, particularly in the field of design. The course will enable you to improve your ability to select the most appropriate studies, institutes and career paths, whilst informing you of what is current in the design world. City $50 S320167 22.03.14 10 am 12.30 pm 1 session 03.05.14 10 am 12.30 pm 1 session 07.06.14 10 am 12.30 pm 1 session Portfolio Preparation for Undergraduate Art Studies This course provides a contemporary foundation of experiences, resulting in an accomplished and innovative folio, for those wishing to apply for undergraduate art studies at Australian universities. City $600 S340154 30.06.14 10 am 3 pm 6 sessions Portfolio Preparation in 3D Product Design You will be introduced to some simple drawing techniques for planning and recording ideas for 3D projects, as well as introductory concept development applicable to 3D design. You will work to set briefs with teacher feedback and guidance to produce working drawings and models. City $430 S320038 07.07.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 4 sessions Portfolio Preparation in Graphic Design Level 1 You will be introduced to practical project-based graphic design in an energetic studio environment. The content focuses on idea generation, concept development and creating text and image projects for communication design. You will learn manual techniques through short projects. Brunswick $330 S320082 23.04.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 3 sessions Portfolio Preparation in Interior Decoration You will get an insight into the specific standards and requirements of the study area. The course will assist you to refine your design approach and gain experience in presentation techniques. You will be provided with a broad overview of some of the key areas relevant to interior decoration. City $430 S320012 07.07.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 4 sessions Portfolio Preparation in Photography This course is designed to assist you in preparing a photography folio. It is assumed that you have prior photography skills and the basis of a folio. You will have your current folio assessed and an individual program tailored according to your requirements. City $390 S345129 23.06.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 3 sessions Portfolio Preparation in Visual Merchandising You will gain skills in sketching techniques, studio workshop process and arranging merchandise. You will be involved in store display and design, exhibition design, photographic styling and theming. In this course you will work through your own practical visual merchandising project. City $430 S320044 07.07.14 9 am 4 pm 4 sessions

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Art and Design Graphic Design Certificate of Calligraphy


Discover the art of westernstyle calligraphy. Learn how to create beautiful work with the traditional tools of lettering in a small, friendly group. If you ever wanted to be confident enough to produce your own artwork, invitations, certificates, menus or other examples of handcrafted work on paper, this series of courses is for you.
Calligraphy for BeginnersUnit 1 You will learn to write the major calligraphic styles, common illumination techniques, ways to use calligraphy on cards, wrapping and invitations, and gain confidence with your handwriting. City $495 S320083 17.02.14 6.15 8.45 pm 15 sessions Calligraphy AppliedUnit 2 You will cover business cards/letterhead, Roman capitals, invitations, layout methods and design. City $495 S320084 17.02.14 6.15 8.45 pm 15 sessions Calligraphy Advanced WritingUnit 3 You will cover historic manuscript study, background techniques, versals, and a variety of higher level illumination techniques. City $495 S320085 18.02.14 6.15 8.45 pm 15 sessions Calligraphy ElectivesUnit 4 You will cover toolmaking, lettering variations, bookbinding, gilding and innovative lettering. City $495 S320086 18.02.14 6.15 8.45 pm 15 sessions Calligraphy Master ClassUnit 5 You will undertake self-directed project work, learn new techniques (which will vary based on the group expertise), advanced layout and design, how to source inspiration and develop it into a finished piece, and advanced lettering techniques. City $495 S320148 18.02.14 6.15 8.45 pm 15 sessions Adobe IllustratorFundamentals You will learn the fundamental tools and functions of Adobe Illustrator, the premier graphics creation vector software. Logos, posters, packaging and digital illustrations are all ideal projects for Illustrator. It is also the perfect tool for character design and animation layout. Brunswick $570 S320181 07.05.14 6 9 pm 7 sessions Adobe InDesignFundamentals You will cover the fundamental features of InDesign, and also address some more advanced functions. You will learn how to assemble graphic elements into single or multiple pages for publishing, how to apply type and illustration controls, page make-up and formatting using Adobe InDesign. Brunswick $570 S320182 12.02.14 6 9 pm 7 sessions 07.05.14 6 9 pm 7 sessions Adobe PhotoshopFundamentals You will be introduced to the fundamental functions and tools of Photoshop, the standard image manipulation tool for electronic publishing. Knowledge of the software is essential to quality publications. You will also look at saving images for web. Brunswick $570 S320183 28.04.14 6 9 pm 7 sessions Art Direction in Action Does your idea need illustration or photography, a big, splashy headline or a logo? Create a unique look to support your idea or vision. In this two-day intensive you will explore how to use art to support your written communication. City $225 S345283 10.05.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 1 session Desktop Publishing Quickstart Basics Make the move from MS Word to Adobe InDesign. Edit images for professional output and unlock the secrets of Adobe Photoshop, the worlds most popular image editing program. Produce industry standard graphics suitable for print and other forms of production with Adobe Illustrator. Brunswick $420 S320179 18.02.14 6 9 pm 6 sessions Desktop Publishing Beyond Basics If you know the basics of the Adobe Creative Suite and want to take your skills further this course is for you. You will produce professional flyers, brochures and newsletters using industry standard courseware and techniques. Brunswick $420 S320180 29.05.14 6 9 pm 6 sessions Graphic DesignDesign and Layout You will learn the basics of sound typography and layout with contemporary graphic approaches, and apply them to briefs. This may include items such as page layout, business identity stationery and promotional materials, personal logos, newsletters or posters. Brunswick $590 S320132 20.02.14 6 9 pm 15 sessions Graphic DesignType and Image Fundamentals You will explore the underlying principles and elements that are the foundation of design. You will gain an understanding of the driving principles and apply them to strategies around layout, composition and presentation. Brunswick $590 S320131 25.02.14 6 9 pm 15 sessions

Industrial and Product Design


3D Modelling Workshop You will learn how models are made and how to make your own models. This will cover new technology available as well as traditional techniques. It will enable you to continue on to creating more complex models using a range of skills and equipment, including rapid prototyping. City $330 S320174 30.04.14 6 9 pm 5 sessions Drawing Techniques for Design You will learn tips, tricks and shortcuts from the professionals to create understandable drawings. This could mean new products, improvements, alterations or inventions, spaces, structures or mechanisms. City $495 S320030 20.02.14 5.30 8.30 pm 8 sessions 17.05.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 5 sessions Exhibition DesignIntroduction You will gain an understanding of the concept and practicalities of exhibition design as a career and a means of enhancing existing skills. You will be able to apply skills and knowledge to a range of spaces and increase expertise in design, 2D and 3D through a range of activities and presentations. City $270 S320170 07.05.14 6 9 pm 5 sessions

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Photography
Styling for Food Photography You will learn the basics of food styling and tips and tricks to preparing food for the ideal shot. A range of food themes will be investigated with styling and props to suit various themes. City $430 S320172 28.04.14 6 9 pm 6 sessions Styling for Photography You will be introduced to the styling profession and take a behind-the-scenes look at the tips and tricks and just plain hard work that goes into preparing a product for the perfect shot. Areas covered are food, fashion and interior, and you will complete a hands-on brief with your own props. City $430 S320154 28.04.14 6 9 pm 6 sessions Visual MerchandisingIntroduction You will gain an understanding of the power and scope of visual merchandising in todays world of retailing. You will be provided with an overview of the many aspects of visual merchandising affecting traders and retailers. City $440 S320089 12.02.14 6 9 pm 8 sessions 07.05.14 6 9 pm 8 sessions Visual MerchandisingProduct Presentation You will learn the fundamentals of visual presentation of a range of product categories. You will be introduced to a variety of hands-on product presentation techniques and merchandising projects. You will produce your own displays and props and be exposed to a range of merchandise for display. City $595 S320162 18.02.14 6 9 pm 15 sessions Adobe Photoshop IntroductionThe Fundamental Elements for Digital Photography In this six-week introductory course you will begin to develop the appropriate use of various tools in Photoshop. Focusing on the needs of photographers you will learn how to manipulate and enhance digital images and reliably produce high quality photographic images. City $495 S345261 18.02.14 6.30 9.30 pm 6 sessions 29.04.14 6.30 9.30 pm 6 sessions Adobe Photoshop AdvancedSpecialist Techniques for Digital Photography You will explore essential methods for adjusting and controlling colour and tonal information within images. Through a heightened attention to colour management, monitor calibration and use of the RAW file format you will learn to take your images to a new level of control and expression. City $495 S345262 17.06.14 6.30 9.30 pm 6 sessions Introduction to Photography Level 1 Technical and Aesthetic This is a practical course explaining the basics of digital SLR camera operation and exploring methods of creating more visually dynamic photographs. An introduction to post production and output to print is also considered. City $640 S345151 30.01.14 6 9 pm 8 sessions 15.03.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 4 sessions 07.04.14 6 9 pm 8 sessions 09.04.14 6 9 pm 8 sessions 12.06.14 6 9 pm 8 sessions Introduction to Photography Level 2 Technical and Aesthetic A course for the DSLR enthusiast who understands the basics of exposure and camera operation. You will be guided through a range of common shooting scenarios to consolidate your camera skills and compositional understanding. Emphasis is on practical skill building in a fun, relaxed environment. City $640 S345294 03.02.14 6 9 pm 8 sessions 03.05.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 4 sessions People and Portrait Photography You will learn the techniques for photographing people. It includes choice of appropriate equipment, best use of lighting, location selection and technical considerations for formal and environmental portraits. City $640 S345183 28.01.14 6 9 pm 8 sessions 10.04.14 6 9 pm 8 sessions 17.06.14 6 9 pm 8 sessions Travel and Landscape Photography This eight-week course covers important aspects of travel and landscape photography, from equipment selection to methods of photographing a variety of locations, events, people and wildlife. Learning will take place through explanation, demonstration, discussion and practical assignments. City $620 S345182 10.02.14 6 9 pm 8 sessions

Lecturer Profile: Olivia Sparks

Olivia is a stylist in interiors, fashion, food and lifestyles, with many years of industry experience, which has provided Olivia with the knowledge and skills required to confidently teach in her field. Her tertiary studies were in business initially, and then creative study pursuits followed at RMIT University TAFE, which means her classes are abundant with artistic learnings combined with business acumen, making a powerful combination. Being a past student as well as working as a student mentor over many years, particularly to Interior Design and Decoration students and Visual Merchandising students, has assisted Olivias understanding of the education sector and the student community. Olivia prides herself on being professional, informative, innovative, helpful and organised in her classes, to ensure her students gain as much as possible from the course itself.

Styling for Food Photography

Photographer: Estelle Judah

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Business

Accounting and Finance


BAS Agent Registration Skills Set Are you seeking registration as a BAS agent under the Tax Agent Services Act 2009? Under the current tax ruling, an approved course in GST/BAS taxation principles needs to be completed and this course is a self-paced learning program which meets these requirements. City $690 S650205 Flexible enrolment (monthly start dates) BookkeepingCertificate IV This unique eight-week course incorporates a blended learning and assessment model. It provides the necessary Tax Practitioners Board compliance and educational requirements to practise as a bookkeeper and/or BAS agent within Australia. City $1900 S650218 11.02.14 5.30 9 pm 14 sessions 15.02.14 9 am 5 pm 7 sessions 08.04.14 5.30 9 pm 14 sessions 12.04.14 9 am 5 pm 7 sessions RG 146 Financial Compliance RMIT University is registered by ASIC to provide RG 146 training at Tier 1 to meet ASICs generic and specialist knowledge and skills requirements. You will gain professional development and be able to provide financial product advice. This course consists of the following modules: Module 1Financial services industry Module 2Manage client services Module 3aSuperannuation Module 3bLife insurance Module 3cManaged investments Modules 3d and 3eSecurities and derivatives Module 4Financial planning City $575 per module S650256 Flexible enrolment (monthly start dates)

Entrepreneurship and Small Business


Small BusinessCertificate IVDeveloping and Managing your Small Business Do you have technical skills that you would like to turn into a business venture? Learn from experienced business professionals what you need to do to make your business a success, and participate in practical activities to plan your business and operations. City $1850 S650208 19.03.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 12 sessions

Logistics and Supply Chain


Diploma of LogisticsEnvironmental Management Skill Set Logistics is becoming one of the most critical functions in business. You will develop logistics strategies and plans for real companies, incorporating transport and logistics systems, international distribution and purchasing, contract negotiation and business planning and effectiveness. City $800 S650214 12.03.14 5.30 7.30 pm 8 sessions

Computer Skills
MYOB Complete Package This course is ideal for people wanting to introduce MYOB into their accounting procedures. It covers the MYOB manuals: Setting Up version 19, Day to Day Processes version 19, Inventory Management version 19, End of Period Reconciliation and BAS version 19a, and Payroll Management Version 19. City $575 S155085 12.02.14 5.30 9 pm 7 sessions 15.02.14 9 am 5 pm 3 sessions 15.03.14 9 am 5 pm 3 sessions 09.04.14 5.30 9 pm 7 sessions 12.04.14 9 am 5 pm 3 sessions 10.05.14 9 am 5 pm 3 sessions 07.06.14 9 am 5 pm 3 sessions

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Management and Leadership


Lean and Continuous Improvement An introduction to developing Lean systems, the capability to plan and deliver 5S improvements, implement a visual workplace, comprehend waste and gather customer experience data are covered. A project will be developed for implementation in your workplace, with feedback provided. City $950 S650288 12.02.14 6 9 pm 6 sessions LeanSystems and Service Design Lean thinking provides tools to design efficient systems and responsive service delivery, including tools to analyse workflows and service provision and identify areas for improvement. You will learn how to implement and monitor incremental change using the Plan-Do-StudyAct model (PDSA). City $950 S650289 26.03.14 6 9 pm 6 sessions

Diploma of Management
Whether you already have management experience or you aspire to a management position, this practical series will provide key concepts and help you develop the skills to advance your career. You will obtain an accredited qualification on successful completion of all assessment requirements in the three courses.
Diploma of ManagementFinancial Management Financial accountability is an essential management function and part of business success. Understanding financial reports is a key part of a management role and this course upskills participants in how to contribute to the planning, management and monitoring of organisational finances. City $800 S650221 11.02.14 6 9 pm 5 sessions Diploma of ManagementProject and Risk Management Essentials Anyone involved in project management needs to know the terminology and tools of contemporary project management to make sure projects come in on time, on budget and meet deliverables. This course covers elements of a project management methodology to ensure these outcomes are achieved. City $1300 S650219 01.05.14 6 9 pm 10 sessions Diploma of ManagementRecruit and Manage Staff Learn about critical success factors in recruiting and managing staff to optimise performance and achieve business outcomes. This course will cover all elements of recruiting and retaining staff as part of an organisational workforce planning and development framework. City $800 S650220 19.03.14 6 9 pm 5 sessions

Marketing Diploma Blended Delivery Courses


This blended delivery model of the Marketing Diploma gives people working in business or communications the skills and knowledge to move into a career in marketing. The diploma will provide practical training in a combination of online and face-to-face workshops on marketing principles and practices, developing marketing strategies and campaigns, and the most in-demand skills needed to develop a career in marketing. It is recommended these courses be completed sequentially.
Marketing Diploma Cluster 1 Understand the Market This six week course applies the key concepts and techniques that contribute to the planning and implementation of successful marketing strategies. It covers two competencies from the Diploma of Marketing: Establish and adjust the marketing mix Interpret market trends and developments Online/City $1150 S650297 10.02.14 Online 6 weeks Plus two Saturday workshops (10 am 4 pm on 15.02.14 and 15.03.14) Marketing Diploma Cluster 2Market Research and Analysis Whilst completing this cluster you will develop a market research plan for your organisation and use the information gathered to help identify and evaluate new marketing opportunities. It covers two competencies from the Diploma of Marketing: Plan market research Identify and evaluate marketing opportunities Online/City $1150 S650298 07.04.14 Online 7 weeks Plus two Saturday workshops (10 am 4 pm on 12.04.14 and 24.05.14) Marketing Diploma Cluster 3Plan Marketing Activities This section of the program requires the development of an e-marketing communication plan including creative content and timelines/costings for completion. It covers two competencies from the Diploma of Marketing: Plan e-marketing communications Design and develop an integrated marketing communication plan Online/City $1150 S650299 01.06.14 Online 8 weeks Plus two Saturday workshops (10 am 4 pm on 07.06.14 and 05.07.14) Marketing Diploma Cluster 4Implement Marketing Activities Having researched and planned marketing activities, this section of the program looks at strategies for implementation, monitoring, evaluating and reporting the outcomes of marketing activities. It covers two competencies from the Diploma of Marketing: Implement and monitor marketing activities Plan measurement of marketing effectiveness Online/City $1150 S650300 11.08.14 Online 6 weeks Plus two Saturday workshops (10 am 4 pm on 23.08.14 and 20.09.14)

Current course information and individual course flyers are available at www.shortcourses.rmit.edu.au or www.singlecourses.rmit.edu.au

Business

Marketing and Sales


Designing the Future of your Business This course will challenge you to imagine a better version of your business. It addresses the key business challenges of profitability, growth, waste and risk from a creative perspective. It is for business owners and managers who are looking for a fresh approach to business planning, sales and marketing. City $400 S320187 05.03.14 6 8.30 pm 6 sessions

Public Relations Diploma Blended Delivery Courses


This blended delivery model of the Public Relations Diploma gives people working in business or communications the skills and knowledge to move into a career or role in public relations. The diploma will provide practical training in a combination of online and face-to-face workshops on PR principles and practices, developing PR strategy and campaigns and the most in-demand skills needed to develop a career in PR. It is recommended the clusters are completed sequentially. All four clusters must be completed to attain the diploma.
Public Relations Diploma Cluster 1Plan a Public Relations Project This six-week course focuses on the skills and knowledge required to plan a public relations project and associated campaign. It covers three competencies from the Diploma of PR: Develop and apply knowledge of PR industry Develop public relations campaigns Manage projects Online/City $1150 S650292 10.02.14 Online 6 weeks Plus two Saturday workshops (10 am 4 pm on 15.02.14 and 15.03.14) Public Relations Diploma Cluster 2 Understand the Marketplace This seven-week course looks at the characteristics of your target market and their buying patterns to help identify marketing opportunities. It covers four competencies from the Diploma of PR: Conduct market research Analyse consumer behaviour for specific markets Identify and evaluate marketing opportunities Make a presentation Online/City $1150 S650293 07.04.14 Online 7 weeks Plus two Saturday workshops (10 am 4 pm on 12.04.14 and 24.05.14) Public Relations Diploma Cluster 3 Develop and Implement a PR Campaign This cluster delivers the skills and knowledge required to develop and implement a public relations campaign including developing effective public relations documents and using appropriate technology. It covers four competencies from the Diploma of PR: Write persuasive copy Develop public relations documents Use advanced features of computer applications Use development software and IT tools to build a basic website Online/City $1150 S650294 01.06.14 Online 8 weeks Plus two Saturday workshops (10 am 4 pm on 14.06.14 and 05.07.14) Public Relations Diploma Cluster 4 Evaluate a PR Campaign The final cluster in the program draws all the learning together to evaluate how successful the public relations campaign was and how to use research findings to plan for future campaigns. Make a presentation Develop public relations campaigns Manage projects Online/City $1150 S650295 11.08.14 Online 6 weeks Plus two Saturday workshops (10 am 4 pm on 23.08.14 and 20.09.14)

Project Management
Project ManagementCertificate IV Project management is becoming a core skill set for managers, coordinators and team leaders in enterprises. These core capabilities will assist professionals responsible for organising, managing, monitoring and reviewing workflow to help increase productivity and overall effectiveness. City $2300 S650210 07.03.14 10 am 4 pm 10 sessions

Corporate Training
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PR Master Class
This series offers specialist training for professional communicators. As a leader in PR education, RMIT engages industry experts to provide you with the knowledge and skills to stay ahead of the field. You can choose just one course or several, depending on which area of specialisation or depth of knowledge you want.
PR Master ClassCrisis Management What happens when the worst-case scenario hits? Learn how to react quickly and effectively to contain a crisis, deal with social media and minimise damage to your organisation. Learn to develop a crisis management framework for a successful response, plus strategies to avoid a crisis culture. City $595 S650242 02.04.14 10 am 4 pm 1 session PR Master ClassEvent Management Do you have an event management role but little experience? Successful promotion and event management requires excellent planning and the ability to multi-task. Learn how to improve your organisational skills to maximise the impact of your events and generate media coverage. City $595 S650236 19.03.14 10 am 4 pm 1 session PR Master ClassIssue Minimisation Fail to plan and you plan to fail. With social media presenting new challenges for managing issues, its never been more important to have an effective issues management process. Learn to scan for, identify and prioritise issues, and how to differentiate between an issue and a crisis. City $595 S650240 14.05.14 10 am 4 pm 1 session PR Master ClassSocial Media Inside and Out Social media is just another channel but its unlike anything thats been before. Discover how to use social media effectively in PR and communication practice both internally and externally. Analyse digital mediums including Web 2.0 and mobile media, and learn how to build them into your strategy. City $595 S650233 05.02.14 10 am 4 pm 1 session PR Master ClassSpeech Writing Words that Sway Speech writing sounds easy until you have to do it. Learn how to build a speech that resonates with the audience long after the speech has finished, and how to embed sound bytes and messages easy for sharing across mainstream media and social media platforms. City $595 S650246 19.02.14 10 am 4 pm 1 session PR Master ClassWriting with Influence Dont waste a word. Or an opportunity to persuade your target audience. Hone your writing skills so that every word works quickly and effectively. This course focuses on brevity and clarity; understanding your audience and tailoring your message; using good grammar, punctuation, spelling and style. City $595 S650243 30.04.14 10 am 4 pm 1 session

PR Fast Track: for people consolidating their career in PR


This series of industry-oriented courses will give you the skills to produce PR materials and implement PR activities. You will learn fundamental PR principles and practices, about the latest trends and what are the most in-demand skills to set you up for career success. Choose the course that suits; there are no prerequisites.
PR Fast TrackStrategic PR Planning You will learn how to understand issues and trends and to develop strategies to create and implement proactive campaigns. Plus how to translate an idea into a campaign and how to research and evaluate the results. City $1495 S650250 31.05.14 10 am 4 pm 4 sessions PR Fast TrackCommunicating with Social Media Discover how to use social media in modern PR and communication practice. Study the evolution of social media and future projections on its impact on the way we communicate. Learn which tools work best for different outcomes and how to engage with target audiences through their preferred channels. City $1495 S650248 03.05.14 10 am 4 pm 4 sessions PR Fast TrackEssential PR Writing Skills Writing is a valuable skill that anyone can master with the right tools. In PR circles its regarded as gold. Learn the essentials of PR writing, and techniques to produce PR material, including annual reports, proposals, grants, backgrounders and position papers, brochures and newsletters. City $1495 S650249 15.03.14 10 am 4 pm 4 sessions PR Fast TrackPR Skills and Knowledge This course covers the basic knowledge needed to work in the PR industry including how to create building blocks for strong campaigns. Learn PR principles and practices, about emerging trends and the skills required to become an effective practitioner. City $1495 S650247 15.02.14 10 am 4 pm 4 sessions

Lecturer Profile: Denis Masseni


Denis moved into the digital space in 2000 after an extensive corporate career. He began as Program Director of the Master of Multimedia at Monash University, moving on to create a digital recruitment practice, then founded Australias largest web development company in the education sector. Denis now works as a social media strategist and delivers a series of social media master class courses for RMIT. PR Master ClassSocial Media Inside and Out

Current course information and individual course flyers are available at www.shortcourses.rmit.edu.au or www.singlecourses.rmit.edu.au

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Communication and Digital Media

Advertising
Copywriting in Action You will collaborate as a team in the process of writing complete works of copy. Theory, strategy and creativity are put into practice in workshops generating ideas, articulating them into words and writing copy according to the Anatomy of Body Copy. City $750 S345185 29.04.14 6.30 9.30 pm 8 sessions iPhone and iPad App Development for Those with Some Programming Skills Would you love to be able to program your own iPhone or iPad app? Do you have some experience in another computer language or development platform? This course will utilise your current programming knowledge and give you a detailed introduction into developing your own apps using Apples Xcode. City $960 S345291 03.05.14 10 am 5 pm 5 sessions Maya 1Introduction to Film and TV 3D Animation Maya is an industry standard in film and computer game production. This course serves as an introduction providing instruction in modelling, texturing, and rendering with Maya. City $480 S345229 12.03.14 6.30 9.30 pm 6 sessions Video Editing Basics with Adobe Premiere You will be introduced to video editing with Adobe Premiere (CS6) and learn the software basics. You will be provided with exercise files for editing/working, while also having the opportunity to bring your own video footage, images and audio. City $330 S320171 27.02.14 6 9 pm 6 sessions 08.05.14 6 9 pm 6 sessions Website Design 1The Full Overview In this course you will acquire a solid overview of the skills needed to design and create a website. Exploring concepts beginning with HTML and the use of Dreamweaver, you will soon understand the need for a range of software to develop and create a website. City $975 S345057 12.02.14 6.30 9.30 pm 10 sessions 13.02.14 6.30 9.30 pm 10 sessions 30.04.14 6.30 9.30 pm 10 sessions 01.05.14 6.30 9.30 pm 10 sessions Website Design 2Build Your Website This course delves deep into how to achieve a multi-page website. Expanding on concepts introduced in Website Design 1The Full Overview, you will create more focused CSS and JavaScript. Adobe software tools Dreamweaver, Flash and Photoshop will drive your techniques toward more creative design. City $975 S345271 13.02.14 6.30 9.30 pm 10 sessions 01.05.14 6.30 9.30 pm 10 sessions

Animation and Interactive Media


Adobe After EffectsBeginning Motion Graphics This course will equip you with fundamental concepts and techniques to produce motion graphics and animation for digital video and interactive media. City $715 S345138 04.02.14 6.30 9.30 pm 8 sessions iPhone and iPad Apps Creation for Beginners Would you love to be able to get an understanding of how to program your own app? Youre not a programmer, you dont eat code for breakfast but you do know your way around a computer? This course is a great way to get started, leading to you building your own app from scratch. City $960 S345272 01.02.14 10 am 5 pm 5 sessions 03.05.14 10 am 5 pm 5 sessions

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Business and Professional Writing


Business Writing for Maximum Impact This course will help you improve your business writing skills and the effectiveness of your emails and reports. You will learn to write business documents that achieve results and present a professional image. City $360 S345264 05.04.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 1 session 26.06.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 1 session Clear Writing for Effective Communication In this practical, experiential and interactive course you will: (a) learn and practice the process of clear writing; and (b) develop the associated skills by rewriting case studies into concise, compelling and engaging communication. City $560 S345089 03.05.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 2 sessions CopyeditingIntroduction This course introduces the principles, techniques, tips and tricks used in revising and correcting written material. You will learn the fundamentals of copyediting and the application of editing marks to hard copy in a range of practical exercises. City $360 S345096 15.03.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 1 session 03.05.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 1 session 24.06.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 1 session Grammar and Punctuation This two-day intensive course revises the eight parts of speech, sentence structure and standard punctuation marks. You will identify and fix common problems in writing and learn the principles of plain English. City $580 S345043 15.02.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 2 sessions 05.04.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 2 sessions 24.06.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 2 sessions ProofreadingIntroduction This course covers the basics of how to proofread fiction and non-fiction documents that are to be typeset and published. You will learn the proofreading marks and apply them to a familiarisation exercise and proofs of real-life documents such as a brochure, book chapters and an advertisement. City $350 S345098 24.05.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 1 session Writing for the Web Writing for the web has now evolved into a specialist skill essential to getting the most out of your online presence. This course explores the principles for creating standout content for the web, introduces you to Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), content marketing and online branding. City $540 S345093 22.03.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 2 sessions 26.06.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 2 sessions

Communication and Creative Writing


Blogging for Business A blog is an identity, a discussion, a community, and sometimes a way of life. Whether yours is a company or personal blog, or a blog for writing professionals to communicate with their online audience, you will emerge from this course with a fully functioning blog that is ready to gain attention. City $490 S345296 08.04.14 6.30 9 pm 6 sessions Comedy Writing Would you like to learn the skills needed to write stand-up or narrative comedy? Build characters, devise stories and apply principles of comedy writing to make your own stand-up routine, comedy film or sitcom. Learn the skills needed to write stand-up, narrative comedy for film, TV and performing. City $440 S345253 01.03.14 10 am 5 pm 2 sessions 03.05.14 10 am 5 pm 2 sessions 21.06.14 10 am 5 pm 2 sessions Illustrating and Writing a Childrens Picture Book This course is a practical project-based course designed to take you through the stages of planning, writing and illustrating for children. You will work on your own idea for a book. Brunswick $520 S320040 07.05.14 6 9 pm 6 sessions Writing Creative Fiction 1Introduction Is it time to bring out the writer in you? In this course you will develop an understanding of a range of fiction writing styles. You will be encouraged to develop and apply fiction writing skills of construction and criticism. Emphasis is on development of short story and novel writing. Book early! City $695 S345162 29.01.14 6.30 9.30 pm 10 sessions 28.04.14 6 9 pm 10 sessions Writing for Children This course will introduce you to the marketplace of childrens writing and focus on writing picture books. You will look at language, pacing, targeting different ages, chapter books and how to prepare and submit manuscripts to a publisher. City $585 S345256 26.02.14 6.30 9.30 pm 8 sessions

Languages
ArabicBeginners 1 This introductory course is for students with limited or no prior knowledge of Arabic. The course covers a range of topics designed to develop basic proficiency in spoken and written Arabic, as well as practical knowledge of Arabic culture in different personal and social contexts. City $350 S365044 12.03.14 6 8 pm 10 sessions ArabicBeginners 2 This is the second level of the introductory course of the Arabic language. It prepares participants to use the Arabic language for travel, social and cultural engagement and/or workplace application. Delivered in a communicative and practical way the course stimulates applied skills. City $350 S365076 13.03.14 6 8 pm 10 sessions FrenchBeginners 1 This course is for students who wish to learn French in an informal atmosphere for recreation or work. The course will introduce you to basic grammar and communication, and equip you with a basic knowledge of French culture for daily social situations. City $350 S365029 17.03.14 6 8 pm 10 sessions FrenchBeginners 1 (Intensive) This course is for students who wish to learn French in an informal atmosphere for recreation or work in an accelerated format. The course will introduce you to basic grammar and communication, and equip you with a basic knowledge of French culture for daily social situations. City $350 S365095 03.02.14 6 8.30 pm 8 sessions FrenchBeginners 2 This course follows FrenchBeginners 1, and is for people who want to learn more of the language in a relaxed atmosphere, for recreation or work. The course will build on your previous French studies and will continue to equip you for travel and communicating with French speakers in daily life. City $350 S365037 13.03.14 6 8 pm 10 sessions FrenchConversation This course is designed to allow you to practise your conversational French in an informal and friendly environment. It is aimed at those students who have some knowledge of French and can hold a conversation. City $262 S365040 05.02.14 5.30 7 pm 10 sessions 30.04.14 5.30 7 pm 10 sessions

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Communication and Digital Media

Music and Audiovisual


GreekBeginners 1 This is a basic Greek course for people who want to learn the language in a practical and relaxed atmosphere, and use it for recreation, work or study. This course will provide the appropriate level to begin communicating in Greek and prepare you for travel to Greece and Cyprus. City $350 S365052 12.03.14 6 8 pm 10 sessions GreekBeginners 2 This is the second level in the Greek for Beginners series. In this course, you will enhance your language skills in a practical and relaxed atmosphere for recreational, work or study-related activities. City $350 S365103 13.03.14 6 8 pm 10 sessions Audio ProductionStudio Recording for the Music Industry Have you always wanted to record and produce music in a recording studio using the latest in recording technology? In this highly practical course you will record a live band using our $150,000 NEVE Genesys mixing desk. Edit, mix and produce recordings on Pro Tools and take home your final mix! City $620 S345193 15.03.14 10 am 5 pm 4 sessions Fundamentals of Audio Technology and Creative use of Ableton Live This is an introductory course for students wishing to form basic fundamentals, skills and concepts based in various audio technologies used to record, create and manipulate sonic material. City $500 S340147 08.02.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 6 sessions Music ProductionCreating Your Own Tracks Create music with software synthesizers, samplers, looping and recording using Pro Tools, while exploring the world of digital audio editing and instrument and audio processing plug-ins. The emphasis will be on learning sound modification techniques to realise the best results for your project. City $480 S345258 03.05.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 3 sessions Programming and Creative Applications for Max MSP This course will introduce you to the fundamental skills and concepts of various audio technologies used to record, create and manipulate sonic material. City $550 S340148 13.02.14 6 9 pm 8 sessions

Screen and Writing


Screenwriting 1Introduction Do you have an idea for a script or screenplay? In this course you will learn cutting-edge principles and practices for developing scripts for film and television. You will also explore ideas of how to develop projects or break into the film industry. City $680 S345029 11.02.14 6.30 9.30 pm 10 sessions 01.05.14 6.30 9.30 pm 10 sessions 24.06.14 6.30 9.30 pm 10 sessions Screenwriting 2Writing for Australian Television Do you want to write for television? From coming up with a concept for a show, to creating compelling characters, plotting an episode and getting it written. Run like a writers room, this course will teach what you need to know about becoming a writer in the Australian television industry. City $620 S345281 17.03.14 6.30 9.30 pm 10 sessions Screenwriting 3Master The Next Draft This intensive eight-week course will help you rebuild your screenplay from the concept up, guide you through story development, character creation, navigate critical feedback and teach you in-depth mechanics of classic story structure and more. City $480 S345300 29.04.14 6.30 9.30 pm 16 sessions

Media and Broadcast Production


Building a Social Media Practice for Individuals and Small Business Mixing social media and an entrepreneurial sense, this course will take you beyond establishing a social media presence into integrating social media as a working component of your professional practice. Learn the technique of social media while not forgetting why you need it in the first place. City $680 S345279 15.03.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 3 sessions 24.06.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 3 sessions Documentary Video Production Introduction Would you like to experience the full process involved in making a television or film documentary? This course will take you through from beginning to end, from pre-production planning and treatment, production with digital video through to post-production non-linear editing using Final Cut Pro. City $710 S345114 19.02.14 6.30 9.30 pm 6 sessions 30.04.14 6.30 9.30 pm 6 sessions

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Computing and Information Technology

Cisco Systems
CCNA1Cisco Systems Networking Academy ProgramNetworking Basics You will understand how to communicate in a network-centric world. You will also gain knowledge and skills to describe the functions of the seven layers of the OSI reference model, describe physical and logical addresses and identify key differences between them. City $575 S130167 04.03.14 5.30 9.30 pm 10 sessions 22.02.14 8 am 5 pm 5 sessions CCNA2Cisco Systems Networking Academy ProgramRouter and Routing Basics You will examine router elements (RAM, ROM, CDP); describe connection-oriented network service and connectionless network service; control router passwords, configure router identification and banner; check an initial configuration using the setup command; and configure and verify IP addresses. City $575 S130168 13.05.14 5.30 9.30 pm 10 sessions 29.03.14 8 am 5 pm 5 sessions CCNA3Cisco Systems Networking Academy ProgramSwitching Basics You will learn to describe LAN switching theory and benefits of VLANS, Virtual Trunking Protocol, Spanning Tree Protocol and Level 1 troubleshooting service. City $575 S130169 10.05.14 8 am 5 pm 5 sessions CCNA4Cisco Systems Networking Academy ProgramWAN Technologies You will learn to differentiate between the following WAN services: HDLC, PPP, Frame Relay; working of DHCP, NAT/PAT Technologies; list commands to monitor Frame Relay operation in the router; identify PPP operations to encapsulate WAN data on Cisco routers; and configure Access-lists. City $575 S130170 14.06.14 8 am 5 pm 5 sessions CCNA Turbo This course provides an excellent introduction to networks, focussing in particular on IP addressing and on configuring Cisco routers and switches. It also prepares for the Cisco certification exam 200-120 which is the composite exam that qualifies students for CCNA Routing and Switching. City $1580 S155081 11.02.14 5.30 9.30 pm 18 sessions CCNP1Route You will learn to plan, configure and verify the implementation of secure enterprise LAN and WAN routing solutions using a range of routing protocols. This course also covers configuration of solutions to support branch offices and mobile workers and prepares for the CCNP exam (642-902). City $1300 S130195 19.03.14 5.30 9.30 pm 15 sessions CCNP2Switch You will learn to plan, configure and verify the implementation of complex enterprise switching solutions using Ciscos Enterprise Architecture. This course also covers secure integration of VLANs, WLANs, voice and video intonetworks, and prepares for the CCNP exam (642-813). City $1300 S130223 19.03.14 5.30 9.30 pm 15 sessions CCNP3TShoot You will learn to plan and perform regular maintenance on complex enterprise routed and switched networks, and use technology-based practices and a systematic ITIL-component approach to perform network troubleshooting. The course will prepare you for the CCNP exam (642-832). City $1300 S130202 19.03.14 5.30 9.30 pm 15 sessions Cisco IP Telephony 1 v8.0 This course prepares for the exam CIPT1 v8.0 (642-446)Implementing Cisco Unified Communications IP Telephony Part 1. You will study how to deploy a Cisco Unified Communications Manager to support single site and centralised call processing models. City $1000 S130237 18.03.14 5.30 9.30 pm 10 sessions

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Computer and Network Engineering


Cisco Systems Academy Program A+ Training (IT Essentials 1) The IT EssentialsPC Hardware and Software curriculum provides an introduction to the computer hardware and software skills needed to help meet the growing demand for entry-level information and communication technology (ICT) professions. City $575 S130188 24.04.14 5.30 9.30 pm 10 sessions Cisco Systems Networking Academy ProgramCVoice v8.0 This course prepares for the exam 642-437 (CVoice v8.0). It focuses on entry-level skills required to implement IP Telephony in a SOHO (Small Office Home Office) environment. You will also be introduced to converged voice and data networks. City $1000 S130224 17.03.14 5.30 9.30 pm 10 sessions Juniper Certification JNCIAJunos Training This course provides 40 hours of instructor-led training to provide you with the foundation knowledge required to work with the Junos operating system and to configure Junos devices. The course provides a brief overview of the Junos device families. City $800 S130245 18.03.14 5.30 9.30 pm 10 sessions MCTS Training70-662 Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, Configuring This course provides the required knowledge and skills to configure and manage an Exchange Server 2010 messaging environment. City $800 S130255 17.03.14 5.30 9.30 pm 10 sessions MCTS Training70-680 Microsoft Windows 7 Configuring This course provides 40 hours of instructor-led training to provide you with the required knowledge and skills to expand your knowledge base and technical skills about Windows 7 Client. In this course, you will learn how to install, upgrade, and migrate to Windows 7 Client. City $800 S130246 17.03.14 5.30 9.30 pm 10 sessions MCTS Training70-642 Network Infrastructure Configuration This course provides 40 hours of instructor-led training to provide you with the required knowledge and skills to install Windows Server 2008, configure and manage DHCP server and DNS server, configure routing and remote access and file services. City $800 S130242 19.03.14 5.30 9.30 pm 10 sessions MCTS Training70-640 Windows Server 2008 Active Directory, Configuring This course provides 40 hours of instructor-led training to provide you with the required knowledge and skills to configure and manage user accounts, group and computer accounts, implement and manage Active Directory, implementing Group Policy and performing software installation. City $800 S130241 20.03.14 5.30 9.30 pm 10 sessions MCITP 1 Training70-646 Windows Server 2008 Administrator This course provides 40 hours of instructor-led training to provide you with the required knowledge and skills to plan server deployments, infrastructure services, active directory deployment, application services, file and print services, storage solutions, high availability and more. City $800 S130233 20.03.14 5.30 9.30 pm 10 sessions VMWare Certification TrainingVMWare: VCP-410 This hands-on training course explores installation, configuration, and management of VMware vSphere, which consists of ESX/ESXi and vCenter Server. The course is based on ESX/ESXi 4.1 and vCenter Server 4.1. City $800 S130239 18.03.14 5.30 9.30 pm 10 sessions Wireless LAN Training Wireless networks are the culmination of radio frequency (RF) and networking technologies. The study of wireless networking will bring together these two fascinating worlds of technology, particularly all facets of 802.11 technologies. The course places emphasis on Wireless LAN set up. City $800 S130200 18.03.14 5.30 9.30 pm 10 sessions

Computer Science
Structured Query Language (SQL) In this course you will develop skills in the use of Structured Query Language (SQL). SQL will be used to create, populate and manipulate databases within a client-server database system, as well as to retrieve data in a variety of ways. City $800 S650194 12.03.14 5.30 7.30 pm 9 sessions

Corporate Training
Would you like to run a tailored course at your company? Register your interest at www.shortcourses.rmit.edu.au/ corporate

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Hirschmann Certified Training


RMIT University and Belden Australia, through its brand Hirschmann, have partnered to offer training and certification in Industrial Ethernet skills. Practical and product expertise are offered on the Hirschmann platform, allowing students to obtain the Hirschmann Industrial Systems Engineer (HiSE) certification.
Hirschmann Certified TrainingRailFamilyTheory and PracticeCP1 In a professional environment, you will receive in-depth knowledge about the OpenRail, Open MICE, MACH, and OCTOPUS Layer 2 functionality. This includes installation, commissioning and supervision. Training is part theory and part practice. City $2000 S130250 16.04.14 8 am 5 pm 3 sessions Hirschmann Certified TrainingNetwork Management with Industrial HiVision CP2 You will learn the functions of Industrial HiVision, and reinforce this knowledge with practical exercises. Following this two-day course, participants can make effective use of Industrial HiVision to supervise and configure any size of Ethernet network. City $1500 S130251 16.06.14 8 am 5 pm 2 sessions Hirschmann Certified TrainingIndustrial Backbone ComponentsTheory and PracticeCP3 In a professional environment, you will receive in-depth knowledge about the MACH and PowerMICE Layer 3 functionality. This includes installation, commissioning and supervision. Training is part theory and part practice. City $2000 S130252 25.06.14 8 am 5 pm 3 sessions Hirschmann Certified TrainingIndustrial EthernetCT1 In this Industrial Ethernet course you will learn details of the technical fundamentals and deployment objectives of the worlds most widely used LAN communication protocol. At the end of the course you will have a good understanding of Ethernet. City $1300 S130247 07.04.14 8 am 5 pm 2 sessions Hirschmann Certified TrainingIndustrial NetworkingCT2 This course builds on the experience gained from Industrial Ethernet (CT1), providing network experts with intensive theoretical and practical knowledge about TCP/IP, IP communication and multicasting. Emphasis is placed on deploying TCP/IP and multicasting in complex industrial environments. City $2000 S130248 09.04.14 8 am 5 pm 3 sessions Hirschmann Certified Training Industrial RoutingCT3 This course builds on the experience gained from Industrial Networking (CT2), providing network experts with intensive theoretical and practical knowledge about unicast and multicast routing. Special emphasis is placed on deploying routing protocols in complex industrial environments. City $1500 S130249 23.06.14 8 am 5 pm 2 sessions

Database and Information Systems


Database Modelling Are you technically oriented and interested in databases development? Gain the knowledge and skills around conceptualising data storage and logically arranging data to improve reporting efficiency and data analysis, which is integral to the success of the database design. City $900 S650283 13.03.14 5.30 7.30 pm 8 sessions SCADACitect Software in Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition Systems This course aims to provide you with hands-on knowledge of SCADA systems and their applications. Emphasis will be placed on relating the course material to real world control situations. City $495 S130176 17.03.14 5.30 9.30 pm 6 sessions 19.05.14 5.30 9.30 pm 6 sessions

Website Design and Development


Dynamic Websites with PHP and MySQL This course covers the skills and knowledge required to create dynamic webpages using PHP server-side processing. You will learn the basics of the PHP language and how it can be used to create a customised browsing experience for the user. City $950 S650195 17.03.14 5.30 8.30 pm 10 sessions

Current course information and individual course flyers are available at www.shortcourses.rmit.edu.au or www.singlecourses.rmit.edu.au

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Education and Training

Professional Development
Australian Career Development Studies (ACDS)Component 3 This course is an online postgraduate certificate-level unit appropriate for practitioners working in the career development area who have a tertiary qualification or equivalent, but no formal qualifications in career development. Online $600 S360035 Flexible enrolment Grammar Fundamentals RMIT English Worldwide Grammar Fundamentals workshops aim to build your confidence in using and describing English grammar. Our tutors are experienced English language professionals who are well equipped to give you the basics of English grammar on which to build your skills and knowledge. City $300 S004008 14.01.14 6 8 pm 4 sessions 18.02.14 6 8 pm 4 sessions 10.06.14 6 8 pm 4 sessions Integration Aide This short course is designed to provide participants with the skills required to work as an integration aide in all school settings. This course aims to develop strong knowledge and skills about inclusive learning practices for children with disabilities. Bundoora/Brunswick $780 S360062 08.02.14 9 am 4 pm 7 sessions 03.05.14 9 am 4 pm 7 sessions

Occupational Health and Safety


OH&S Initial Level Five-Day Course for Health and Safety Representatives, Managers and Supervisors This course will show you how to deal with requirements under the OHS Act 2004 as well as give you the knowledge to develop the skills to carry out your OHS responsibilities. City $990 S150070 04.02.14 9 am 5 pm 5 sessions 01.04.14 9 am 5 pm 5 sessions OH&S One Day Refresher Program for Health and Safety Representatives, Managers and Supervisors This course provides managers, supervisors, health and safety representatives, members of safety committees and employees with an overview of their roles and an opportunity to participate in occupational health and safety training as outlined in the OHS Act 2004 and under S67 of the Act. City $230 S150069 28.03.14 9 am 5 pm 1 session 29.05.14 9 am 5 pm 1 session Courses approved by:

Teacher Education
Cambridge CELTA Certificate The course aims to enable you to acquire essential subject knowledge and familiarity with the principles of effective teaching, gain a range of practical skills for teaching English to adult learners, and demonstrate the ability to apply your learning in a real teaching context. City $3100 S004011 03.02.14 9 am 5 pm 25 sessions 11.03.14 5 9 pm 30 sessions 23.06.14 9 am 5 pm 25 sessions

Delivery of the course is subject to the enactment of the WHS Bill and future approval provisions by WorkSafe of RMIT as an approved provider of training for HSRs.

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Training and Assessment


Address Adult Language, Literacy and Numeracy Skills (TAELLN411) This program will assist you to develop the skills and knowledge a vocational trainer or assessor requires to identify language, literacy and numeracy (LLN) skill requirements of training and the work environment, and to use resources and strategies that meet the needs of the learner group. City $290 S360068 28.02.14 9 am 5 pm 1 session 27.03.14 9 am 5 pm 1 session 29.04.14 9 am 5 pm 1 session 29.05.14 9 am 5 pm 1 session 18.06.14 9 am 5 pm 1 session Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40110) Enterprise TrainerPresenting and Assessor Skill Sets These skill sets of five units are taken from the Certificate IV Training and Assessment (TAE40110). They are suitable for people who are delivering and assessing training in their workplace, using the organisations own training plan, materials and assessment tools. City $1200 S360042 23.01.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 4 sessions 12.02.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 4 sessions 12.03.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 4 sessions Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40110)Intensive (Four Week Program) This course is essential for those who are responsible for presenting and assessing accredited training to meet identified competency requirements in VET and in the workplace. It is also designed to provide workplace trainers and assessors with a range of delivery and assessment skills. City $2900 S360041 05.06.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 10 sessions Certificate IV in Training and Assessment One Day a Week Program (Tuesday, Wednesday or Friday) This course is essential for those who are responsible for presenting and assessing accredited training to meet identified competency requirements in VET and in the workplace. It is also designed to provide workplace trainers and assessors with a range of delivery and assessment skills. City $2900 S360052 11.02.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 10 sessions 07.03.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 10 sessions 02.04.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 10 sessions 06.05.14 9.30 am 4.30 pm 10 sessions

Lecturer Profile: Paschal Somers

IELTS Preparation
Whether enrolling in an Australian university or completing a permanent residency application, RMITs IELTS Preparation part time courses will get you ready for your next challenge. These courses are suited to candidates who want to improve particular skills, learn more about the test and test taking strategies.
IELTS PreparationAcademic Reading and Writing City $395 S004003 06.01.14 6 8.30 pm 8 sessions 03.02.14 6 8.30 pm 8 sessions 03.03.14 6 8.30 pm 8 sessions 31.03.14 6 8.30 pm 8 sessions 28.04.14 6 8.30 pm 8 sessions 26.05.14 6 8.30 pm 8 sessions 23.06.14 6 8.30 pm 8 sessions IELTS PreparationGeneral Training Reading and Writing City $395 S004002 06.01.14 6 8.30 pm 8 sessions 20.01.14 6 8.30 pm 8 sessions 03.02.14 6 8.30 pm 8 sessions 17.02.14 6 8.30 pm 8 sessions 03.03.14 6 8.30 pm 8 sessions 17.03.14 6 8.30 pm 8 sessions 31.03.14 6 8.30 pm 8 sessions 28.04.14 6 8.30 pm 8 sessions 12.05.14 6 8.30 pm 8 sessions 26.05.14 6 8.30 pm 8 sessions 10.06.14 6 8.30 pm 8 sessions 23.06.14 6 8.30 pm 8 sessions IELTS PreparationListening and Speaking City $395 S004001 20.01.14 6 8.30 pm 8 sessions 17.02.14 6 8.30 pm 8 sessions 17.03.14 6 8.30 pm 8 sessions 12.05.14 6 8.30 pm 8 sessions 10.06.14 6 8.30 pm 8 sessions

Paschal has a broad professional background in education with particular skills in industry engagement. His 13 years in various roles in the aviation industry began with Aer Lingus in Ireland where a key component of his work was staff development through training and assessment. Since his arrival in Australia, Paschal has worked as a trainer and taught a diverse industry client group and VET teaching staff, including Crown College Melbourne, Toyota, V-Line and Vic Health among others. Paschal has also been involved with delivering courses to teacher groups from China, Vietnam, Fiji, and Malaysia. Paschal has concluded his Master of Education, a Diploma in Human Resources Management and a Diploma of Training and Assessment. He likes to make of each course a hand crafted unique experience and is particularly good at helping students to apply the concepts of training design, facilitation and assessment to their particular contexts. Certificate IV in Training and Assessment

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Engineering

Automotive and Mechanical Engineering


Installation of Solid Fuel Heating Appliances This course provides participants with the skills and knowledge to safely install and maintain solid fuel heaters in domestic situations. City $1600 S130260 24.02.14 8 am 5 pm 7 sessions 17.03.14 8 am 5 pm 7 sessions 07.04.14 8 am 5 pm 7 sessions

Electrical Engineering
CablingCoaxial Cabling Techniques This course provides cabling personnel, experienced in telecommunications cabling, and the holders of an Open Cabling Registration (CPR) with theoretical knowledge and practical skills to receive an endorsement on their current CPR registration. City $230 S130013 22.03.14 8 am 5 pm 1 session 24.05.14 8 am 5 pm 1 session CablingOpen CPR Conversion Program for Electricians and Communication Cablers The aim of this course is to provide knowledge, awareness and practical skills in the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) regulations on the telecommunications cabling industry. City $860 S130159 04.03.14 8 am 5 pm 7 sessions 04.03.14 5.30 9.30 pm 14 sessions 06.05.14 8 am 5 pm 7 sessions 06.05.14 5.30 9.30 pm 14 sessions CablingOptical Fibre Cabling Techniques You will gain an understanding of the installation of fibre optic cables and practical experience in splicing of cables, fitting of connectors, testing and a basic understanding of systems. City $500 S130042 06.03.14 8 am 5 pm 2 sessions 08.03.14 8 am 5 pm 2 sessions 08.05.14 8 am 5 pm 2 sessions 10.05.14 8 am 5 pm 2 sessions CablingRestricted Cabling Registration This cabling registration allows you to perform cabling activities in typical domestic premises. It will also allow security, fire and computer cablers to perform cabling activities beyond an approved device. City $320 S130152 11.04.14 8 am 5 pm 2 sessions 06.06.14 8 am 5 pm 2 sessions Certificate II in EngineeringSplit Systems Air Conditioning This course will give you the knowledge and experience to install and commission residential split-system air conditioners. City $1500 S130240 02.04.14 5.30 9.30 pm 14 sessions 14.06.14 8 am 5 pm 7 sessions Construction Induction (White Card) The Construction Induction Card (formally Red Card) course will enable you to work safely in the construction industry. This course should be undertaken prior to entering any construction sites. City $180 S130210 11.02.14 8 am 5 pm 1 session 01.03.14 8 am 5 pm 1 session 20.03.14 8 am 5 pm 1 session 08.04.14 8 am 5 pm 1 session 15.05.14 8 am 5 pm 1 session 31.05.14 8 am 5 pm 1 session 17.06.14 8 am 5 pm 1 session

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Electronic and Communications Engineering


LEA AssessmentLicensed Electrical Practical (LEP) Assessment Coaching Course You will learn about testing, MEN systems, visual defects, RCDs and other components assessed in the LEP exam. City $500 S130185 13.01.14 8 am 5 pm 3 sessions 31.05.14 8 am 5 pm 3 sessions LEA AssessmentLicensed Electricians Theory (LET) Assessment Coaching Course You will learn about electrical safety, code of practice for electrical work, low voltage electrical installation and other components assessed in the LET exam. City $500 S130184 10.05.14 8 am 5 pm 3 sessions LEA AssessmentSafe Working Practice (SWP) for Electricians Coaching Course This course prepares you for the SWP (Safe Working Practice) Licensing Assessment. City $220 S130183 03.05.14 8 am 5 pm 1 session Programmable Logic Control and Automation Short Course 1 This course is designed to provide skills in identifying and programming logic functions, timers and counters on PLCs, programming and testing sequential controls and commissioning controls for their functionality. Actuators used are of fluid power nature (hydraulics and pneumatics). City $470 S130054 17.02.14 5.30 9.30 pm 6 sessions 25.03.14 5.30 9.30 pm 6 sessions Programmable Logic Control and Automation Short Course 2 This course is designed to provide skills in designing sequential controls for typical industrial systems including peripheral functions (routines), as well as designing programs of combinational nature and integrating the PLC with fluid power drive machinery. City $470 S130055 31.03.14 5.30 9.30 pm 6 sessions 06.05.14 5.30 9.30 pm 6 sessions Programmable Logic Control and Automation Short Course 3 This course is designed to provide skills in designing sequential controls for complex but typical hydraulic and pneumatic control systems with three-position type valves, hydraulic system unloading of offloading, and furthering skills in system diagnostics. City $470 S130056 12.05.14 5.30 9.30 pm 6 sessions 17.06.14 5.30 9.30 pm 6 sessions Refrigeration and Air-conditioningService and Repair CO2 Refrigeration Systems In response to the carbon tax and the drive for more environmentally responsible industries, this course was created to teach the principles needed to safely handle and apply a new environmentally friendly refrigerant, CO2, wherever required, as well as repair and service CO2 refrigeration systems. City $960 S130257 31.03.14 8 am 5 pm 12 sessions 05.05.14 8 am 5 pm 12 sessions 02.06.14 8 am 5 pm 12 sessions Restricted Electrical Workers Licence The Restricted Electrical Licence courses are offered to maintenance and service personnel who wish to sit the UEENEEP010A, or UEENEEP012A or UEENEEP013A theory and practical examination. The program of study meets the requirements of Energy Safe Victoria. City $850 S130090 19.03.14 8 am 5 pm 7 sessions 24.03.14 5.30 9.30 pm 14 sessions 07.05.14 8 am 5 pm 7 sessions 12.05.14 5.30 9.30 pm 14 sessions Restricted Electrical Workers Licence Class 1, Fault Finding This course is for experienced technicians with Class II licence only. This course includes an external practical exam. City $400 S130258 30.06.14 8 am 5 pm 3 sessions Optical Fibre Testing and Commissioning You will gain understanding and thorough knowledge of testing fibre optic installations. City $260 S130199 08.03.14 8 am 5 pm 1 session 10.05.14 8 am 5 pm 1 session

Mechatronics and Manufacturing Systems Engineering


Additive Manufacturing and Technology This course provides a basic understanding of specific additive technologies and skills relating to their implementation, focusing on technologies such as Selective Laser Melting, Direct Laser Metal Deposition, Electron Beam Melting, Polyjet and Fused Deposition Modelling. City $1500 S115003 10.03.14 9.30 am 5 pm 3 sessions

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Health and Medical Science

Health and Wellbeing


Food as Medicine in Practice This course provides a 30-hour introduction to the use of food as medicine, and the evidence base underpinning selected therapeutic/ functional foods. It is fully online and can be completed at your own pace over a 12 week period. Online $750 S150075 24.02.14 Online 12 weeks 24.03.14 Online 12 weeks

Occupational Health and Safety


Safety in Laboratories (AS2243 and AS2982)3 Days Provides employees who work in laboratories with information and a detailed understanding of the Australian standards for laboratories, enhancing awareness of hazards and relevant control measures, and knowledge on how to apply the Australian standards using in-depth practical training. City $1650 S135001 10.02.14 8.30 am 5 pm 3 sessions

Lecturer Profile: Lisa Stevens


As an OHS practitioner/rehabilitation consultant Lisa has been involved in occupational health and safety and injury management for over 30 years. Over the years Lisa has worked in a number of organisations from regulators, to universities, medical research laboratories and insurance companies and has taught at Swinburne University of Technology before joining RMIT University. Her years of industry experience allow her to assist students with finding a practical approach to some of their work health and safety issues. Lisa brings a dynamic interactive and communicative approach to teaching, engaging students in a conversation rather than a lecture. The students take away practical knowledge that they can apply in the workplace. Safety in Laboratories (AS2243 and AS2982)

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Single Courses
Course Code Course Name Credit Points Fee

LAW2480 LAW2442 LAW2450 LAW2457 LAW2467

College of Business Graduate School of Business and Law


Commercial Law Company Law

Business and Corporations Law

PG UG UG UG PG PG UG UG UG PG UG UG PG UG UG UG UG UG PG UG UG PG PG UG UG UG PG UG UG PG UG UG PG PG PG UG UG PG PG PG UG PG UG PG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG PG UG UG UG UG
P Prerequisites A University approval required C City campus

A P P A

C C C C C C C

12 12 12 12 12 12 12 24 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

$2760 $2520 $2520 $2520 $2760 $2760 $2520 $2520 $2520 $2760 $2520 $2520 $2760 $2520 $2520 $2520 $2520 $2520 $2760 $2520 $2520 $2760 $2760 $2520 $2520 $2520 $2760 $2520 $2520 $2760 $2520 $2520 $2760 $2760 $2760 $2520 $2520 $2760 $2760 $2760 $2520 $2760 $2520 $2760 $2520 $2520 $2520 $3120 $2520 $2520 $2520 $2760 $2520 $2520 $2520 $2520

Law of Investments and Financial Markets Legal Aspects of Company Finance Accounting for Management Decisions

ACCT2127 ACCT1046 ACCT2198 ACCT1014 ACCT1111 ACCT1056 ACCT1022 ACCT2111 ACCT1009 ACCT1064 ACCT1081 ACCT1048 ACCT2033 ACCT1106 ACCT1077 ACCT1018 ACCT1110 ACCT2227 ACCT2211 ACCT1060 ACCT1028 ACCT1109 LAW2453 LAW2466 LAW2471

School of Accounting

Accounting in Organisations and Society Accounting Theory and Research Accounting, Behaviour and Organisations Assurance Services and Regulation Auditing 1 Business Advisory Services Contemporary Accounting Thought Corporate Structures and Reporting Cost Analysis and Applications Ethics and Accountability Financial Accountability and Reporting Financial Accounting and Analysis Financial Accounting and Business Financial Accounting Theory Financial Planning Financial Reporting and Regulation Forensic Accounting Forensic Business Investigation Management Accounting and Business Performance Analysis and Simulations Strategic Accounting for Management Taxation 1 Taxation 2 Taxation Law and Practice Business Computing 1

P P

C C C C C

C C C C C C C C C

P P A

C C C C C

C C C

ISYS2056 ISYS2068 ISYS2038 INTE2489 LIBR1085 ISYS2061 ISYS2046 ISYS1033 ISYS1015 LIBR1028

School of Business IT and Logistics

C C C C C A C C C C C

Computerised Accounting Systems Foundations of Database Development Information Organization Information Provision 1 Internet for Business Introduction to Information Systems Development IT Project Management Management of Computing Resources Records Management and Archive Administration 1 Supply Chain Management Strategy The Global Network Applied Entrepreneurship

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C C C C C C

OMGT1053 ISYS1186

School of Management
BUSM4052

BUSM3886 BUSM1080 BUSM4053 BUSM1137 BUSM1222 BUSM2449 BUSM4176 BUSM4177 BUSM1162 BUSM1228 BUSM1074 BUSM3125 BUSM1311

Business and Government in the Global Context Employment Relations Family Business and Entrepreneurship Human Resource Development International Business International Human Resources Introduction to Management Leading for Change Management 1Managing People Managing Human Performance Negotiation and Advocacy Skills Strategic Management The Entrepreneurial Process
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C C C C C C A C C C C C

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UG Undergraduate

B Bundoora campus

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Single Courses
Course Code Course Name Credit Points Fee

College of Design and Social Context School of Architecture and Design


ARCH1040 ARCH1338 ARCH1041 ARCH1339 ARCH1340 ARCH1001 ARCH1002 ARCH1003 ARCH1004 ARCH1330 ARCH1333 ARCH1331 ARCH1336 ARCH1016 ARCH1343 ARCH1342 ARCH1344 Architecture Design Elective 1 UG PG UG PG PG UG UG UG UG PG PG PG PG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG PG PG PG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG PG UG UG PG UG UG PG UG PG PG UG UG PG UG
P Prerequisites A University approval required C City campus

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A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A

C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C

12 12 12 12 12 24 24 24 24 24 24 12 12 12 12 24 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 24 24 24 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

$3360 $3360 $3360 $3360 $3360 $6720 $6720 $6720 $6720 $6720 $6720 $3360 $3360 $3360 $2460 $4920 $2460 $2100 $2100 $2100 $2100 $2100 $2100 $2100 $2100 $2100 $2100 $2100 $600 $2100 $2100 $2100 $2100 $2100 $2100 $2100 $2100 $2100 $2100 $2100 $2520 $2520 $2160 $2520 $2520 $2160 $2520 $2520 $2160 $2520 $2160 $2160 $2520 $2520 $2160 $2520

Architecture Design Elective 1 Architecture Design Elective 2 Architecture Design Elective 2 Architecture Design Elective 3 Architecture Design Studio 2 Architecture Design Studio 3 Architecture Design Studio 4 Architecture Design Studio 5 Architecture Design Studio 7 Architecture Design Studio 8 Architecture Professional Practice 1 Architecture Professional Practice 3 Architecture Technology 4 Landscape Architecture Environments 1 Landscape Architecture Foundation Design Studio 1 Landscape Architecture Theoretical Frameworks 1 Art and Photography Art in Public Space Artist's Books Audio Technology 1a Audio Technology 1b Casting Community Arts Management Cultural Policy and Practice Curating Contemporary Art Drawing, Body and Perception Drawing Elective European Study Tour How the Object Talks Jewellery Fundamentals LithographyDrawing to Print Moulding Objects New York Study Tour Painting Elective Photographic Screenprinting Sculpture Elective Talking Art: Inside the Artists Practice The Modern Soundtrack The Object in Sound and Sculpture Australian Society in a Global Context

School of Art
VART3511 VART2027 VART3480 COMM1241 COMM2427 VART3471 PERF1026 PERF1029 VART3413 VART3462 VART1325 VART3513 VART3496 VART3470 VART1221 VART3472 HUSO1072 VART1316 VART3478 VART1398 HUSO2145 COMM2314 VART3502 HUSO1207 SOCU2114 SOCU2115 SOCU2094 HUSO2225 HUSO2224 HUSO2328 POLI1076 POLI1078 INTE2079 INTE2400 SOCU2221 SOCU1016 JUST2300 JUST2301 ENVI1059

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A A A A A A

A A A A A A A A A A A A A

School of Global, Urban and Social Studies


Case Management Practice Case Management Practice Civil Procedure

Comparative Criminal Justice Systems Comparative Criminal Justice Systems Contemporary Foreign Policy Corrections Corrections Crime and Information Technology Crime and Information Technology Criminological Theory Culture and Business Practice in Asia Customs and Border Security Customs and Border Security Energy Policy and Management
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UG Undergraduate

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ENVI1051 ENVI1041 SOCU2064 HUSO2166 HUSO2092 SOCU2235 SOCU2236 SOCU2112 SOCU1011 HWSS2090 HUSO2342 SOCU1025 HUSO2105 JUST2273 HUSO2235 SOCU2243 SOCU2073 HUSO2158 HWSS2141 ARCH1261 HUSO2067 HWSS2133 HUSO1213 POLI1025 JUST2270 JUST2272 JUST2257 JUST2256 POLI1066 ARCH1321 SOCU2095 ENVI1153 HUSO2074 HWSS2157 SOCU2097 VART1704

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Environmental Economics Environmental IdeasThought and Action Foundations of Criminology Foundations of Social Research Gender Development and Globalisation Global Crime Global Crime Global Political Economy Global Processes History and Trends in Social Work Information Law and Society Intercultural Communication Introduction to Australian Society Introduction to Criminal Justice Introduction to Law Law and Justice Policy Law and Justice Policy Learning and Participation in Development Legal and Justice Issues for Young People Managing Contemporary Urban Environments Microfinance and Development Models of Practice and Sites of Intervention Organisational Studies Power and Governance Principles of Evidence A Principles of Evidence A Professional Ethics and Conduct Professional Ethics and Conduct Public Policy Social Planning Sociology of Law Sustainable Futures Theories of Development Understanding Conflict and Mediation Welfare Law Alternative Photographic Processes UG UG UG UG UG UG PG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG PG PG UG PG PG UG UG UG UG PG UG PG UG PG UG UG PG UG UG UG PG PG PG PG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG PG UG PG UG UG UG UG PG UG PG PG UG UG
P Prerequisites A University approval required C City campus

Credit Points
C C C C C P P P C C C C C C C C C C A C C C C A C C C C C C C C C C A C C C C P C C A A A A P P P A A A A A A A A A A A A A P A A A A A A A A A C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

Fee
$2520 $2520 $2520 $2520 $2520 $2520 $2160 $2520 $2520 $2520 $2520 $2520 $2520 $2520 $2520 $2520 $2160 $2160 $2520 $2160 $2160 $2520 $2520 $2520 $2520 $2160 $2520 $2160 $2520 $2160 $2520 $2520 $2160 $2520 $2520 $2710 $2710 $2710 $2710 $2710 $2710 $2710 $2710 $2710 $2710 $2710 $2710 $2710 $2710 $2710 $2710 $2710 $2710 $2710 $2710 $2710 $2710 $2710 $2710 $2710 $2710

School of Media and Communication


GRAP2280 GRAP2563 GRAP2139 GRAP2081 COSC2372 COSC2388 VART2982 VART2026 COMM1031 GRAP2175 PHIL1087 VART1715 GRAP2219 COMM2138 GRAP2137 PHIL1002 PHYS2104 VART1869 COMM2402 GRAP2144 COMM1034 GRAP2141 GRAP2138 COMM2098 COMM2107

Communication Design Entrepreneurship Communication Design for Social Change Contextual Studies Design, Commerce and Culture Digital Imaging for Commercial Practice 101 Digital Video Projects 302 Documentary and Editorial Practice 201 Footsteps of the ImpressionistsA Study Tour to Paris Introduction to Cinema Studies Introduction to Graphic Design Introduction to Recent PhilosophyModernism/Postmodernism Language of Colour Luxury Brand Management Modern Asia New Media Technology and Process Philosophy and Happiness Photography for Motion Analysis PhotographyAn Introduction Politics, Economies, Businesses Promotional Design True LiesDocumentary Studies Type and Identity Web Software and Design Writing AnglesPopular and Professional Writing Media Texts
PG Postgraduate

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Single Courses
Course Code Course Name Credit Points Fee

College of Science, Egineering and Health School of Aerospace, Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
MANU1373 MANU2176 MANU1381 MANU2117 MANU2150 MANU2120 MANU2175 MANU2071 CHEM1079 CHEM1053 BIOL2151 PHYS2126 ONPS2320 PHYS2067 BIOL2254 BIOL2034 ONPS2135 ONPS2141 BIOL2264 BIOL2146 CHEM1268 CHEM1240 CHEM1041 CHEM1069 CHEM1030 CHEM1242 CHEM1039 CHEM1067 ONPS2053 PUBH1384 ONPS1104 ONPS2127 ENVI1142 BIOL2324 BIOL2370 CHEM1014 CHEM1267 CHEM1058 CHEM1085 ENVI1145 ENVI1038 ONPS2138 ONPS1042 ONPS2326 ONPS2146 ONPS2183 ENVI1208 BIOL2184 ONPS1052 BIOL2262 ONPS2116 ONPS1060 ONPS2137 ONPS2143 BIOL2255 BIOL2315 PHYS1074 Building Quality Organisations Engineering Endurance Systems Industrial Systems and Environment Integrated Logistics Support Management Lean Manufacturing Logistics Engineering and Systems Maintenance and Logistics Services Manufacturing Strategy and Planning Advanced Instrumental Analysis PG PG PG PG PG PG PG PG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG PG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG PG UG PG UG UG PG UG PG UG UG UG UG UG PG PG UG PG PG UG PG UG UG PG UG UG UG PG UG
P Prerequisites A University approval required C City campus

C C C C C C C C P P P P P P P P A A A A A A A A C C C C C C C C C C C C B P P P P P P P P P P A A A A A A A A A A B C C C C C C C C C C C C A C C C P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A C C C C C C C C C C B B C B B C C C C C

12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 24 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

$3240 $3240 $3240 $3240 $3240 $3240 $3240 $3240 $3120 $3120 $3120 $3120 $3120 $3120 $3120 $3360 $3120 $3120 $3120 $3120 $3120 $3120 $3120 $3120 $3120 $3120 $3120 $3120 $3120 $3360 $3120 $3360 $3120 $3120 $3360 $3120 $3360 $3120 $3120 $3120 $3120 $3120 $6720 $3360 $3120 $3360 $3360 $3120 $3360 $3120 $3120 $3360 $3120 $3120 $3120 $3360 $3120

School of Applied Sciences

Analytical Spectroscopy Animal Diversity Applied Physics Applied Science 1Physics and Chemistry Astrophysics and Cosmology Bioinformatics Bioinformatics Biomolecular Food Science and Health Carbohydrates in Food Science Cell and Tissue Culture Cell Structure and Function Chemistry for Health Sciences Chemistry for Life Sciences Chemistry Laboratory 2A Chemistry Laboratory 3 Chemistry of Materials 1 Chemistry Principles Chemistry Theory 2A Chemistry Theory 3A Community Nutrition Critical Thinking and Decision Making Dairy Science and Technology Dairy Science and Technology Earth's Life Support Systems Environmental Biotechnology Environmental Biotechnology Environmental Chemistry 1A Fundamentals Environmental Chemistry 1A Fundamentals Environmental Chemistry 2A Environmental Chemistry 3A Environmental Sampling and Analysis Environmental Studies Food Manufacture Food Microbiology Food Processing Technologies Fruit, Vegetable and Beverage Technology Fruit, Vegetable and Beverage Technology Fundamentals of Environmental Science Gene Technologies Gene Technologies 1 Genetics and Molecular Biology Industrial Microbiology Industrial Microbiology Introduction to the Food Industry Lipids in Food Science Marine Biology Marine Biology Materials and Thermal Physics
PG Postgraduate

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Course Code
ONPS2118 ONPS1054 CHEM1259 ONPS1043 BIOL2173 BIOL2158 BIOL2159 BIOL2195 PHYS2123 ONPS2156 OHTH2068 OHTH2080 PUBH1012 PHYS2125 BIOL2200 ONPS1057 COSC2227 COSC2369 PHYS2082 PHYS2124 BIOL2156 PUBH1361 ONPS1113 ONPS2386 ENVI1207 PHYS1095 ONPS2408 ONPS2186 ONPS2334 BIOL2310 ONPS2189 ENVI1011 ENVI1008 ONPS2335 PUBH1385 BIOL1302 COSC1295 COSC1127 COSC1125 COSC1107 COSC1105 COSC2111 ISYS1057 ISYS1055 COSC2406 COSC2407 COSC1197 COSC2104 COSC2106 COSC1170 COSC2476 COSC2477 COSC1165 COSC1187 COSC1186 COSC2473 COSC1078 COSC1519 ISYS1083 COSC1073

Course Name
Medical Microbiology 1 Medical Microbiology 1 Medicinal Chemistry Microbial Evaluation of Food Microbiology Microbiology 1 Microbiology 1 Microbiology 1 Modern Physics Nanotechnology Practice Nutrition, Health and Disease Nutrition, Health and Disease Occupational Ergonomics Optics and Radiation Physics OutbreakThe Detection and Control of Infectious Disease Pathogenesis of Enteric Infections Photography for the Technologists Photography for the Technologists Physics 1 Physics for Leaders Plant Structure and Function Principles and Practice of Work Health and Safety Product Development Product Development Professional Environmental Scientist Quantum and Statistical Physics Science Honours 2 Science Project Scientific Skills and Communication Scientific Skills and Tools Sensory Evaluation of Food The Atmosphere The Hydrosphere The Professional Scientist The Psychosocial Work Environment Work Experience Practicum 2 Advanced Programming UG PG UG PG PG UG UG PG UG UG UG PG PG UG UG PG UG PG UG UG UG PG UG PG PG UG UG UG UG PG UG UG UG UG PG PG PG UG PG UG PG PG UG PG UG PG UG UG PG PG UG PG PG UG PG UG UG UG PG UG
P Prerequisites A University approval required C City campus

Credit Points
P P P P P P P P P P P P P P A A A A A A A A A A A A A A B B B C C C B B C C C C C C B C C C P A C C C C P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A C C C C B C C B C C C C C B C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C 12 12 12 24 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 24 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 48 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

Fee
$3120 $3360 $3120 $6720 $3360 $3120 $3120 $3360 $3120 $3120 $3120 $3360 $3360 $3120 $3120 $6720 $3120 $3360 $3120 $3120 $3120 $3360 $3120 $3360 $3360 $3120 $3120 $3120 $3120 $3360 $3120 $3120 $3120 $3120 $3360 $13440 $2760 $3000 $2760 $3000 $2760 $2760 $3000 $2760 $3000 $2760 $3000 $3000 $2760 $2760 $3000 $2760 $2760 $3000 $2760 $3000 $3000 $3000 $2760 $3000

School of Computer Science and Information Technology


Artificial Intelligence Artificial Intelligence Computing Theory Computing Theory Data Mining Database Concepts Database Concepts Database Systems Database Systems Distributed Systems Document Markup Languages Document Markup Languages Foundations Distributed Computing Game Mechanics and Game Play Programming Game Mechanics and Game Play Programming Intelligent Web Systems Interactive 3D Graphics and Animation Interactive 3D Graphics and Animation Introduction to Computer Systems and Platform Technologies Introduction to Information Technology Introduction to Programming Object Oriented Software Design Programming 1
PG Postgraduate

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Single Courses
Course Code
COSC2531 COSC1284 COSC1093 COSC1092 INTE1071 INTE1070 COSC2536 COSC2537 COSC2391 COSC2401 ISYS1118 ISYS1117 ISYS1108 ISYS1106 COSC2299 COSC2428 ISYS1088 COSC2412 COSC2425 COSC2413 COSC2426 COSC1301 COSC1300 COSC2279 INTE1113 INTE2033 NURS2118 BESC1190 COTH2152 COTH2140 COTH2106 BESC1177 NURS1042 PUBH1381 BESC1182 MEDS2128 MEDS2049 MEDS2129 OHTH2138 BESC1125 BESC1126 BESC1479 COTH2136 OHTH2139 BESC1490 NURS1066 BESC1483 AERS1002 BESC1437 COTH2130 COTH2131 BESC1071 BESC1449 COTH2129 OHTH2142 PUBH1376 COTH2153 COTH2163

Course Name
Programming Fundamentals Programming Techniques Scripting Language Programming Scripting Language Programming Secure Electronic Commerce Secure Electronic Commerce Security in Computing and Information Technology Security in Computing and Information Technology Software Architecture: Design and Implementation Software Architecture: Design and Implementation Software Engineering Fundamentals Software Engineering Fundamentals Software Engineering Project Management Software Engineering Project Management Software EngineeringProcess and Tools Software EngineeringProcess and Tools Systems Architecture Unix Essentials for System Administrators Unix Essentials for System Administrators Web Programming Web Programming Web Servers and Web Technology Web Servers and Web Technology Web Services Web3D and Graphics Technologies Web3D and Graphics Technologies Advanced Counselling Skills for Individuals and Groups PG UG UG PG UG PG UG PG UG PG UG PG UG PG UG PG PG UG PG UG PG UG PG PG UG PG PG PG UG PG UG PG UG PG PG UG PG UG PG PG UG UG PG UG PG UG PG PG PG UG UG PG UG UG UG PG PG PG PG P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C B B C B B B B B B C B B B B B C B B B C B B B C B B C C B B B B B

Credit Points
12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 24 12 12 12 12

Fee
$2760 $3000 $3000 $2760 $3000 $2760 $3000 $2760 $3000 $2760 $3000 $2760 $3000 $2760 $3000 $2760 $2760 $3000 $2760 $3000 $2760 $3000 $2760 $2760 $3000 $2760 $2040 $2880 $2880 $2880 $2880 $2520 $2880 $2040 $2880 $2880 $2520 $2880 $2520 $2880 $2880 $2880 $2880 $2880 $2880 $2880 $2040 $2880 $2880 $2880 $2880 $2520 $2880 $2880 $5040 $2880 $2880 $2880 $2880

School of Health Sciences


COTH2155

Aromatherapy for Wellness Biological Psychology Body, Breath and Movement Chinese Medicine Theory 1 Chinese Medicine Theory 1 Cognitive Psychology Comm and Counselling for Health Care Professionals Corporate and Workplace Wellness Developmental Psychology Diagnosis in Western Medicine Differential Diagnosis in Western Medicine Differential Diagnosis in Western Medicine Food as Medicine Foundations of Psychology Foundations of Psychology Happiness and Positive Psychology Health Enhancement and Lifestyle Management Herbs and Natural Supplements Introduction to Psychology Mental Illness and Treatment Mindbody Wellness Permaculture and Sustainable Living Philosophy and Methodology of Psychology Professional Issues and Project Professional Issues and Project Psychology of Everyday Thinking Research Methods in Psychology Supervised Clinical Practice 2 Wellness and Lifestyle Wellness Coaching Wellness Practices and Perspectives Yoga Fundamentals

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P Prerequisites

A University approval required

C City campus

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Course Code
MATH2139 INTE1127 MATH2148 MATH2172 MATH1300 GEOM2101 MATH1142 GEOM2077 INTE1122 MATH2113 MATH2126 MATH2160 MATH2128 MATH2117 MATH2115 GEOM1159 MATH1322 MATH1324 GEOM2075 MATH2140 MATH2124 MATH2109 MATH2194 MATH2123 MATH1074 MATH2161 MATH1122 MATH2163 MATH2164 MATH1309 MATH2199 MATH2218 MATH2150 GEOM1009 ENVI1098 MATH2205 MATH1155 GEOM1033 GEOM1044 MATH1279 MATH1280 MATH1275 MATH2155 MATH2200 GEOM2088 MATH2219 MATH1318 MATH2165 MEDS1110

Course Name

Credit Points
UG PG UG PG PG UG UG UG PG UG UG UG UG UG UG PG PG PG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG PG UG PG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG UG PG PG UG UG P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A P P P P P P P P P P P P A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C B C B C C C C C C B 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

Fee

School of Mathematical and Geospatial Sciences


Advanced Mathematical Modelling Advanced Topics in Cryptography Algebra for Information Security Algebra for Information Security Biostatistics Cadastral Surveying 1 Calculus 1 Cartography 1 Case Studies in Information Security Differential Equations for Engineers Elements of Professional Practice Engineering Mathematics A Engineering Mathematics B Engineering Mathematics C Engineering Practice 3Mathematical Modelling for Engineers GIS Fundamentals Introduction to Statistical Computing Introduction to Statistics Land Development Linear Algebra and Vector Calculus Math & Stats for Aero, Mech & Auto Mathematical Computing Mathematical Modelling Mathematics and Statistics Mathematics for Computing Mathematics for ECE Mathematics for Engineers Mathematics for Surveying and Geomatics A Mathematics for Surveying and Geomatics B Multivariate Analysis Techniques Probability and Statistics Questionnaire and Research Design Real and Complex Analysis Remote Sensing Resource Management 1 Sampling and Quality Control Scientific Computing Spatial Information Science 1 Spatial Information Science 2 Statistical Analysis 1 Statistical Analysis 1 Statistical Computing Statistical Inference Statistics 1 Surveying 1 Systems Simulation Time Series Analysis Vector Calculus Methods and Geometry of Surfaces Haematology 2

$2760 $2280 $2760 $2280 $2280 $2760 $2760 $2760 $2280 $2760 $2760 $2760 $2760 $2760 $2760 $2280 $2280 $2280 $2760 $2760 $2760 $2760 $2760 $2760 $2760 $2760 $2760 $2760 $2760 $2280 $2760 $2280 $2760 $2760 $2760 $2760 $2760 $2760 $2760 $2760 $2760 $2760 $2760 $2760 $2760 $2280 $2280 $2760 $3360

School of Medical Sciences

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PG Postgraduate

P Prerequisites

A University approval required

C City campus

B Bundoora campus

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Single Courses Single Course Application Information Semester 1 2014

What are Single Courses?


Single courses are subjects from degree programs, available to you even if youre not enrolled as a university student. You take the same classes and complete the same assessment tasks as RMIT University students.

Dates
Semester Semester 1 Semester 2 Spring Enrolment Period February July September Teaching Period MarchMay JulyOctober SeptemberDecember

Fees
Single course fees are included in the previous pages and are current at time of publication. Australian and New Zealand citizens and Australian permanent residents are eligible for local fees. International fees apply to all other applicants.

Enquiries and Enrolments


Online Enrol online www.singlecourses.rmit.edu.au Email application form to enquiries@rmit.edu.au Phone 9 am 5 pm weekdays +61 3 9925 8111 Mail RMIT Training Pty Ltd PO Box 12058 ABeckett Street Melbourne VIC 8006 In person Level 9, 501 Swanston Street Melbourne VIC 3000 9 am 5 pm weekdays Cash not accepted Fax Fax application form to +61 3 9925 8298

What Else do I Need to Know?


Further information including timetables and prerequisites is available at www.singlecourses.rmit.edu.au Some courses have prerequisites. Please ensure you satisfy these prerequisites prior to applying.

Some courses require approval from RMIT University before your application can be finalised. This step in the application process is handled by RMIT Training and is based on information provided at the time of application. International applicants must have a visa valid for the duration of the single course. Enrolling in a single course will not make you eligible for a student visa. RMIT international students are not eligible to enrol in single courses offered through RMIT Training. Please verify your enrolment process with your RMIT University School. If you are a current local RMIT student you must submit written approval from your RMIT University School. On request supporting documentation must be supplied including: evidence of satisfaction of prerequisites evidence of current visa or residency status. On completion of a single course, RMIT Training will issue a result statement confirming your achievement. Applications will not be processed unless all required information and full payment is provided.

Single Course Terms and Conditions

1. Quotas may apply to offered courses. Applications are processed in order of receipt. 2. All applications are subject to final RMIT University School approval. Applications accepted and confirmed are issued with a tax invoice. Course fees will not be processed for unsuccessful applications. 3. A non-refundable late fee of $50 will apply for each single course application received after commencement of semesters 1 and 2 or first class for spring and summer semesters. 4. Enrolment cancellation forms must be submitted prior to the commencement of the third scheduled class to be eligible for a refund. A $100 fee is retained for each cancellation. No refunds will be issued for enrolment cancellations submitted after the third scheduled class. 5. Transfers between single courses or semesters and/or deferments will not be accepted. 6. It is the responsibility of all students to ensure that their home university will grant exemptions for courses undertaken. 7. RMIT reserves the right to cancel a single course. In the event of a course cancellation, course fees paid will be refunded in full.

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Course Name
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Student Details
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Fee Male Female

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Satisfaction of Prerequisites

Where prerequisites apply, attach evidence of prerequisite satisfaction or discuss below (evidence must be supplied on request). Where RMIT approval is required to finalise your single course application, discuss reasons for application below.

I satisfy the criteria required to undertake this single course.

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I declare that to the best of my knowledge the information supplied in this application and the documentation supporting it is correct and complete. I acknowledge that the provision of incorrect information or documentation relating to my application may result in cancellation of any offer of enrolment by RMIT. I acknowledge that while I am an enrolled single course student, I am subject to the regulations and rules of RMIT and to lawful instruction of the authority of the University. I also acknowledge that successful completion of a single course will allow me to apply to RMIT University for credit towards an RMIT award, and that conditions may apply. I have read and accepted RMIT Training Pty Ltds single course terms and conditions.

Date

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Wind Tunnel

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Clements Drive

Brunswick

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Legend
The Hub Library

Dawson Street Community Child Care Centre

Wheelchair access

Railway Reserve

515

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Index
3D Modelling Workshop.................................................. 6 3D Studio Max for Architects and Designers.................... 1 Biostatistics................................................................... 31 Blogging for Business.................................................... 13 Body, Breath and Movement......................................... 30 BookbindingIntroduction.............................................. 3 BookkeepingCertificate IV............................................ 8 Book Repair and Restoration........................................... 3 Building and Architectural Context and Presentation........ 1 Building a Social Media Practice for Individuals and Small Business........................................................................ 14 Building Quality Organisations....................................... 28 Business Advisory Services........................................... 25 Business and Corporations Law.................................... 25 Business and Government in the Global Context........... 25 Business Computing 1.................................................. 25 Business Writing for Maximum Impact........................... 13 Comm and Counselling for Health Care Professionals... 30 Commercial Law............................................................ 25 Communication Design Entrepreneurship...................... 27 Communication Design for Social Change..................... 27 Community Arts Management....................................... 26 Community Nutrition...................................................... 28 Company Law............................................................... 25 Comparative Criminal Justice Systems.......................... 26 Computerised Accounting Systems............................... 25 Computing Theory......................................................... 29 Construction Induction (White Card).............................. 20 Contemporary Accounting Thought............................... 25 Contemporary Foreign Policy......................................... 26 Contextual Studies........................................................ 27 CopyeditingIntroduction............................................. 13 Copywriting in Action..................................................... 12 Corporate and Workplace Wellness............................... 30 Corporate Structures and Reporting.............................. 25 Corrections.................................................................... 26 Cost Analysis and Applications...................................... 25 Crime and Information Technology................................. 26 Criminological Theory.................................................... 26 Critical Thinking and Decision Making............................ 28 Cultural Policy and Practice........................................... 26 Culture and Business Practice in Asia............................ 26 Curating Contemporary Art............................................ 26 Customs and Border Security........................................ 26

Accounting, Behaviour and Organisations..................... 25 Accounting for Management Decisions.......................... 25 Accounting in Organisations and Society....................... 25 Accounting Theory and Research.................................. 25 Additive Manufacturing and Technology......................... 21 Address Adult Language, Literacy and Numeracy Skills (TAELLN411)................................................................. 19 Adobe After EffectsBeginning Motion Graphics.......... 12 Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop for Fashion Introduction.................................................................. 3 Adobe Illustrator for FashionIntroduction...................... 3 Adobe IllustratorFundamentals..................................... 6 Adobe InDesign for FashionIntroduction....................... 3 Adobe InDesignFundamentals..................................... 6 Adobe Photoshop AdvancedSpecialist Techniques for Digital Photography......................................................... 7 Adobe Photoshop for FashionIntroduction................... 3 Adobe PhotoshopFundamentals.................................. 6 Adobe Photoshop IntroductionThe Fundamental Elements for Digital Photography..................................... 7 Advanced Counselling Skills for Individuals and Groups.30 Advanced Instrumental Analysis.................................... 28 Advanced Mathematical Modelling................................ 31 Advanced Programming................................................ 29 Advanced Topics in Cryptography................................. 31 Algebra for Information Security..................................... 31 Alternative Photographic Processes.............................. 27 Analytical Spectroscopy................................................ 28 Animal Diversity............................................................. 28 Applied Entrepreneurship............................................... 25 Applied Physics............................................................. 28 Applied Science 1Physics and Chemistry................... 28 ArabicBeginners 1...................................................... 13 ArabicBeginners 2...................................................... 13 Architectural Drawing TechniquesIntroduction.............. 1 Architecture Design Elective 1........................................ 26 Architecture Design Elective 2........................................ 26 Architecture Design Elective 3........................................ 26 Architecture Design Studio 2......................................... 26 Architecture Design Studio 3......................................... 26 Architecture Design Studio 4......................................... 26 Architecture Design Studio 5......................................... 26 Architecture Design Studio 7......................................... 26 Architecture Design Studio 8......................................... 26 Architecture Professional Practice 1............................... 26 Architecture Professional Practice 3............................... 26 Architecture Technology 4............................................. 26 Aromatherapy for Wellness............................................ 30 Art and Photography..................................................... 26 Art Direction in Action...................................................... 6 Artificial Intelligence........................................................ 29 Art in Public Space........................................................ 26 Artist's Books................................................................ 26 Assurance Services and Regulation............................... 25 Astrophysics and Cosmology........................................ 28 Audio ProductionStudio Recording for the Music Industry......................................................................... 14 Audio Technology 1a..................................................... 26 Audio Technology 1b..................................................... 26 Auditing 1...................................................................... 25 Australian Career Development Studies (ACDS) Component 3................................................................ 18 Australian Society in a Global Context........................... 26 AutoCAD Level 1............................................................. 1 AutoCAD Level 2............................................................. 1

Bag MakingIntroduction, Clutch Bag............................ 3 BAS Agent Registration Skills Set.................................... 8 BCA Section JPart J1 to J3 Assessments.................... 2 Bioinformatics................................................................ 28 Biological Psychology.................................................... 30 Biomolecular Food Science and Health......................... 28

CablingCoaxial Cabling Techniques............................ 20 CablingOpen CPR Conversion Program for Electricians and Communication Cablers......................................... 20 CablingOptical Fibre Cabling Techniques.................... 20 CablingRestricted Cabling Registration...................... 20 Cadastral Surveying 1.................................................... 31 Calculus 1..................................................................... 31 Calligraphy Advanced WritingUnit 3............................. 6 Calligraphy AppliedUnit 2............................................. 6 Calligraphy ElectivesUnit 4........................................... 6 Calligraphy for BeginnersUnit 1.................................... 6 Calligraphy Master ClassUnit 5..................................... 6 Cambridge CELTA Certificate........................................ 18 Carbohydrates in Food Science..................................... 28 Career Discovery in Fashion and Textiles......................... 5 Cartography 1............................................................... 31 Case Management Practice........................................... 26 Case Studies in Information Security.............................. 31 Casting.......................................................................... 26 CCNA1Cisco Systems Networking Academy ProgramNetworking Basics........................................ 15 CCNA2Cisco Systems Networking Academy ProgramRouter and Routing Basics........................... 15 CCNA3Cisco Systems Networking Academy ProgramSwitching Basics.......................................... 15 CCNA4Cisco Systems Networking Academy ProgramWAN Technologies....................................... 15 CCNA Turbo.................................................................. 15 CCNP1Route ............................................................ 15 CCNP2Switch ........................................................... 15 CCNP3TShoot .......................................................... 15 Cell and Tissue Culture.................................................. 28 Cell Structure and Function........................................... 28 Certificate II in EngineeringSplit Systems Air Conditioning.................................................................. 20 Certificate IV in Training and AssessmentOne Day a Week Program (Tuesday, Wednesday or Friday)............. 19 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40110) Enterprise TrainerPresenting and Assessor Skill Sets.. 19 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40110) Intensive (Four Week Program)...................................... 19 Chemistry for Health Sciences....................................... 28 Chemistry for Life Sciences........................................... 28 Chemistry Laboratory 2A............................................... 28 Chemistry Laboratory 3................................................. 28 Chemistry of Materials 1................................................ 28 Chemistry Principles...................................................... 28 Chemistry Theory 2A..................................................... 28 Chemistry Theory 3A..................................................... 28 Chinese Medicine Theory 1........................................... 30 Cisco IP Telephony 1 v8.0 ............................................ 15 Cisco Systems Academy Program A+ Training (IT Essentials 1) ................................................................. 16 Cisco Systems Networking Academy ProgramCVoice v8.0 .............................................................................. 16 Civil Procedure.............................................................. 26 Clear Writing for Effective Communication..................... 13 Cognitive Psychology.................................................... 30 Comedy Writing............................................................. 13 Comic Art........................................................................ 5

Dairy Science and Technology....................................... 28 Database Concepts....................................................... 29 Database Modelling....................................................... 17 Database Systems........................................................ 29 Data Mining................................................................... 29 Design Bytes................................................................... 5 Design, Commerce and Culture..................................... 27 Designing the Future of your Business........................... 10 Desktop Publishing Beyond Basics................................. 6 Desktop Publishing Quickstart Basics.............................. 6 Developmental Psychology............................................ 30 Diagnosis in Western Medicine...................................... 30 Differential Diagnosis in Western Medicine..................... 30 Differential Equations for Engineers................................ 31 Digital Imaging for Commercial Practice 101.................. 27 Digital Video Projects 302.............................................. 27 Diploma of LogisticsEnvironmental Management Skill Set.................................................................................. 8 Diploma of ManagementFinancial Management........... 9 Diploma of ManagementProject and Risk Management Essentials........................................................................ 9 Diploma of ManagementRecruit and Manage Staff....... 9 Distributed Systems...................................................... 29 Documentary and Editorial Practice 201........................ 27 Documentary Video ProductionIntroduction............... 14 Document Markup Languages...................................... 29 Drawing, Body and Perception...................................... 26 Drawing Elective............................................................ 26 Drawing Techniques for Design........................................ 6 Dynamic Websites with PHP and MySQL...................... 17

Earth's Life Support Systems........................................ 28 Electrical Contractor Registration CoursePart B Commercial..................................................................... 2 Electronics for Artists....................................................... 5 Elements of Professional Practice.................................. 31 Employment Relations................................................... 25 Energy Policy and Management.................................... 26 Engineering Endurance Systems................................... 28 Engineering Mathematics A........................................... 31 Engineering Mathematics B........................................... 31 Engineering Mathematics C........................................... 31 Engineering Practice 3Mathematical Modelling for Engineers...................................................................... 31 Environmental Biotechnology......................................... 28 Environmental Chemistry 1A Fundamentals................... 28 Environmental Chemistry 2A.......................................... 28

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Environmental Chemistry 3A.......................................... 28 Environmental Economics.............................................. 27 Environmental IdeasThought and Action.................... 27 Environmental Sampling and Analysis............................ 28 Environmental Studies................................................... 28 Ethics and Accountability............................................... 25 European Study Tour..................................................... 26 Exhibition DesignIntroduction....................................... 6 Hirschmann Certified TrainingRail-FamilyTheory and PracticeCP1........................................................ 17 History and Trends in Social Work................................. 27 How the Object Talks..................................................... 26 Human Resource Development..................................... 25 Landscape Architecture Theoretical Frameworks 1........ 26 Language of Colour....................................................... 27 Law and Justice Policy.................................................. 27 Law of Investments and Financial Markets..................... 25 LEA AssessmentLicensed Electrical Practical (LEP) Assessment Coaching Course....................................... 21 LEA AssessmentLicensed Electricians Theory (LET) Assessment Coaching Course....................................... 21 LEA AssessmentSafe Working Practice (SWP) for Electricians Coaching Course........................................ 21 Leading for Change....................................................... 25 Lean and Continuous Improvement................................. 9 Lean Manufacturing....................................................... 28 LeanSystems and Service Design................................ 9 Learning and Participation in Development.................... 27 LectraIntroduction........................................................ 4 Legal and Justice Issues for Young People.................... 27 Legal Aspects of Company Finance............................... 25 Linear Algebra and Vector Calculus............................... 31 Lipids in Food Science.................................................. 28 LithographyDrawing to Print....................................... 26 Logistics Engineering and Systems................................ 28 Luxury Brand Management........................................... 27

Family Business and Entrepreneurship........................... 25 Fascinating Fashion......................................................... 3 Fashion Drawing.............................................................. 3 Financial Accountability and Reporting........................... 25 Financial Accounting and Analysis................................. 25 Financial Accounting and Business................................ 25 Financial Accounting Theory.......................................... 25 Financial Planning.......................................................... 25 Financial Reporting and Regulation................................ 25 Food as Medicine.......................................................... 30 Food as Medicine in Practice......................................... 22 Food Manufacture......................................................... 28 Food Microbiology......................................................... 28 Food Processing Technologies...................................... 28 Footsteps of the ImpressionistsA Study Tour to Paris. 27 Forensic Accounting...................................................... 25 Forensic Business Investigation..................................... 25 Foundations Distributed Computing.............................. 29 Foundations of Criminology........................................... 27 Foundations of Database Development......................... 25 Foundations of Psychology............................................ 30 Foundations of Social Research..................................... 27 FrenchBeginners 1..................................................... 14 FrenchBeginners 1 (Intensive)..................................... 14 FrenchBeginners 2..................................................... 14 FrenchConversation................................................... 14 Fruit, Vegetable and Beverage Technology..................... 28 Fundamentals of Audio Technology and Creative use of Ableton Live................................................................... 14 Fundamentals of Environmental Science........................ 28

Game Mechanics and Game Play Programming............ 29 Gender Development and Globalisation......................... 27 Gene Technologies........................................................ 28 Gene Technologies 1..................................................... 28 Genetics and Molecular Biology..................................... 28 GerberGrading and Marker Making (CGMM)................ 3 GerberPattern Making (PDS)........................................ 3 GIS Fundamentals......................................................... 31 Global Crime................................................................. 27 Global Political Economy............................................... 27 Global Processes.......................................................... 27 Grammar and Punctuation............................................ 13 Grammar Fundamentals................................................ 18 Graphic DesignDesign and Layout............................... 6 Graphic DesignType and Image Fundamentals............. 6 GreekBeginners 1...................................................... 14 GreekBeginners 2...................................................... 14

Haematology 2.............................................................. 31 Happiness and Positive Psychology.............................. 30 Health Enhancement and Lifestyle Management............ 30 Herbs and Natural Supplements.................................... 30 Hirschmann Certified TrainingIndustrial Backbone ComponentsTheory and PracticeCP3.................... 17 Hirschmann Certified TrainingIndustrial Ethernet CT1........................................................................... 17 Hirschmann Certified TrainingIndustrial Networking CT2............................................................................... 17 Hirschmann Certified Training Industrial Routing CT3........................................................................... 17 Hirschmann Certified TrainingNetwork Management with Industrial HiVisionCP2......................................... 17

IELTS PreparationAcademic Reading and Writing....... 19 IELTS PreparationGeneral Training Reading and Writing........................................................................... 19 IELTS PreparationListening and Speaking.................. 19 If You Were a BowerbirdThe Art of Seduction............... 3 Illustrating and Writing a Childrens Picture Book ......... 13 IllustrationStyles and Techniques.................................. 5 Industrial Microbiology................................................... 28 Industrial Systems and Environment.............................. 28 Information Law and Society......................................... 27 Information Organization................................................ 25 Information Provision 1.................................................. 25 Inspection and Safety Testing of Electrical Equipment...... 2 Installation of Solid Fuel Heating Appliances.................. 20 Integrated Logistics Support Management.................... 28 Integration Aide............................................................. 18 Intelligent Web Systems................................................. 29 Interactive 3D Graphics and Animation.......................... 29 Intercultural Communication.......................................... 27 Interior Decoration Design Series Creative Lighting Applications..................................................................... 2 Interior Decoration Design SeriesDesign Fundamentals for Interiors...................................................................... 2 Interior Decoration Design SeriesDrawing Simple Interior Perspectives.................................................................... 2 Interior Decoration Design Series Foundation Colour.... 2 Interior Decoration Design SeriesInterior Furnishings for Contemporary Living....................................................... 2 Interior Decoration Design SeriesMaterials and Finishes for Interiors...................................................................... 2 InteriorsDesign and Decoration for Living..................... 2 International Business.................................................... 25 International Human Resources..................................... 25 Internet for Business...................................................... 25 Introduction to Australian Society................................... 27 Introduction to Cinema Studies...................................... 27 Introduction to Computer Systems and Platform Technologies................................................................. 29 Introduction to Criminal Justice...................................... 27 Introduction to Graphic Design...................................... 27 Introduction to Information Systems Development......... 25 Introduction to Information Technology.......................... 29 Introduction to Law........................................................ 27 Introduction to Machine Knitting...................................... 4 Introduction to Management.......................................... 25 Introduction to Photography Level 1Technical and Aesthetic......................................................................... 7 Introduction to Photography Level 2Technical and Aesthetic......................................................................... 7 Introduction to Programming......................................... 29 Introduction to Psychology............................................ 30 Introduction to Recent PhilosophyModernism/ Postmodernism............................................................. 27 Introduction to Statistical Computing............................. 31 Introduction to Statistics................................................ 31 Introduction to the Food Industry................................... 28 iPhone and iPad App Development for Those with Some Programming Skills........................................................ 12 iPhone and iPad Apps Creation for Beginners............... 12 IT Project Management.................................................. 25

Jewellery Fundamentals ............................................... 26 Juniper Certification JNCIAJunos Training.................. 16

Land Development........................................................ 31 Landscape Architecture Environments 1........................ 26 Landscape Architecture Foundation Design Studio 1..... 26

Maintenance and Logistics Services.............................. 28 Making Footwear by Hand............................................... 4 Management 1Managing People................................ 25 Management Accounting and Business......................... 25 Management of Computing Resources.......................... 25 Managing Contemporary Urban Environments............... 27 Managing Human Performance..................................... 25 Manufacturing Strategy and Planning............................ 28 Marine Biology............................................................... 28 Marketing Diploma Cluster 1Understand the Market.... 9 Marketing Diploma Cluster 2Market Research and Analysis........................................................................... 9 Marketing Diploma Cluster 3Plan Marketing Activities.. 9 Marketing Diploma Cluster 4Implement Marketing Activities.......................................................................... 9 Materials and Thermal Physics...................................... 28 Mathematical Computing............................................... 31 Mathematical Modelling................................................. 31 Mathematics and Statistics............................................ 31 Mathematics for Computing.......................................... 31 Mathematics for ECE..................................................... 31 Mathematics for Engineers............................................ 31 Mathematics for Surveying and Geomatics A................. 31 Mathematics for Surveying and Geomatics B................ 31 Math & Stats for Aero, Mech & Auto.............................. 31 Maya 1Introduction to Film and TV 3D Animation....... 12 MCITP 1 Training70-646 Windows Server 2008 Administrator................................................................. 16 MCTS Training70-640 Windows Server 2008 Active Directory, Configuring.................................................... 16 MCTS Training70-642 Network Infrastructure Configuration................................................................. 16 MCTS Training70-662 Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, Configuring.................................................................... 16 MCTS Training70-680 Microsoft Windows 7 Configuring.................................................................... 16 Medical Microbiology 1.................................................. 29 Medicinal Chemistry...................................................... 29 Mental Illness and Treatment......................................... 30 Microbial Evaluation of Food.......................................... 29 Microbiology.................................................................. 29 Microbiology 1............................................................... 29 Microfinance and Development...................................... 27 Mindbody Wellness....................................................... 30 Models of Practice and Sites of Intervention.................. 27 Modern Asia.................................................................. 27 Modern Physics............................................................. 29 Moulding Objects.......................................................... 26 Multivariate Analysis Techniques.................................... 31 Music ProductionCreating Your Own Tracks............... 14 MYOB Complete Package............................................... 8

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Nanotechnology Practice............................................... 29 Negotiation and Advocacy Skills.................................... 25 New Media and Handheld Devices within the Visual Arts. 5 New Media Technology and Process............................. 27 New York Study Tour ................................................... 26 Nutrition, Health and Disease......................................... 29

Object Oriented Software Design................................... 29 Occupational Ergonomics.............................................. 29 OH&S Initial Level Five Day Course for Health and Safety Representatives, Managers and Supervisors................. 18 OH&S One Day Refresher Program for Health and Safety Representatives, Managers and Supervisors................. 18 Optical Fibre Testing and Commissioning...................... 21 Optics and Radiation Physics........................................ 29 Organisational Studies................................................... 27 OutbreakThe Detection and Control of Infectious Disease......................................................................... 29

Psychology of Everyday Thinking................................... 30 Public Policy.................................................................. 27 Public Relations Diploma Cluster 1Plan a Public Relations Project............................................................ 10 Public Relations Diploma Cluster 2 Understand the Marketplace.................................................................. 10 Public Relations Diploma Cluster 3 Develop and Implement a PR Campaign............................................ 10 Public Relations Diploma Cluster 4 Evaluate a PR Campaign...................................................................... 10

Supervised Clinical Practice 2........................................ 30 Supply Chain Management Strategy.............................. 25 Surveying 1................................................................... 31 Sustainable Futures....................................................... 27 Systems Architecture..................................................... 30 Systems Simulation....................................................... 31

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Quantum and Statistical Physics.................................... 29 Questionnaire and Research Design.............................. 31

Painting Elective............................................................ 26 Pathogenesis of Enteric Infections................................. 29 Patternmaking................................................................. 4 People and Portrait Photography..................................... 7 Performance Analysis and Simulations.......................... 25 Permaculture and Sustainable Living............................. 30 Philosophy and Happiness............................................ 27 Philosophy and Methodology of Psychology.................. 30 Photographic Screenprinting......................................... 26 PhotographyAn Introduction...................................... 27 Photography for Motion Analysis................................... 27 Photography for the Technologists................................. 29 Physics 1....................................................................... 29 Physics for Leaders....................................................... 29 Plant Structure and Function......................................... 29 Politics, Economies, Businesses.................................... 27 Portfolio Preparation for Undergraduate Art Studies......... 5 Portfolio Preparation in 3D Product Design...................... 5 Portfolio Preparation in Graphic DesignLevel 1............. 5 Portfolio Preparation in Interior Decoration....................... 5 Portfolio Preparation in Photography............................... 5 Portfolio Preparation in Visual Merchandising................... 5 Power and Governance................................................. 27 PR Fast TrackCommunicating with Social Media........ 11 PR Fast TrackEssential PR Writing Skills..................... 11 PR Fast TrackPR Skills and Knowledge...................... 11 PR Fast TrackStrategic PR Planning........................... 11 Principles and Practice of Work Health and Safety......... 29 Principles of Evidence A................................................ 27 PR Master ClassCrisis Management.......................... 11 PR Master ClassEvent Management.......................... 11 PR Master ClassIssue Minimisation............................ 11 PR Master ClassSocial Media Inside and Out............. 11 PR Master ClassSpeech WritingWords that Sway.. 11 PR Master ClassWriting with Influence....................... 11 Probability and Statistics................................................ 31 Product Development.................................................... 29 Product Knowledge Workshops in Textiles...................... 4 Professional Environmental Scientist.............................. 29 Professional Ethics and Conduct................................... 27 Professional Issues and Project..................................... 30 Programmable Logic Control and Automation Short Course 1....................................................................... 21 Programmable Logic Control and Automation Short Course 2....................................................................... 21 Programmable Logic Control and Automation Short Course 3....................................................................... 21 Programming 1.............................................................. 29 Programming and Creative Applications for Max MSP... 14 Programming Fundamentals.......................................... 30 Programming Techniques.............................................. 30 Project ManagementCertificate IV.............................. 10 Promotional Design....................................................... 27 ProofreadingIntroduction............................................ 13

Real and Complex Analysis........................................... 31 Records Management and Archive Administration 1...... 25 Refrigeration and Air-conditioningService and Repair CO2 Refrigeration Systems........................................... 21 Remote Sensing............................................................ 31 Research Methods in Psychology.................................. 30 Resource Management 1.............................................. 31 Restricted Electrical Workers Licence............................ 21 Restricted Electrical Workers Licence Class 1, Fault Finding.......................................................................... 21 Revit ArchitectureLevel 1.............................................. 1 Revit ArchitectureLevel 2.............................................. 1 RG 146 Financial Compliance.......................................... 8

Talking Art: Inside the Artists Practice............................ 26 Taxation 1...................................................................... 25 Taxation 2...................................................................... 25 Taxation Law and Practice............................................. 25 The Atmosphere............................................................ 29 The Culture of the Moving Image in Contemporary Art..... 5 The Entrepreneurial Process.......................................... 25 The Global Network....................................................... 25 The Hydrosphere........................................................... 29 The Modern Soundtrack................................................ 26 The Object in Sound and Sculpture............................... 26 Theories of Development............................................... 27 The Professional Scientist.............................................. 29 The Psychosocial Work Environment............................. 29 Time Series Analysis...................................................... 31 Travel and Landscape Photography................................. 7 True LiesDocumentary Studies................................... 27 Type and Identity........................................................... 27

U V

Understanding Conflict and Mediation........................... 27 Unix Essentials for System Administrators..................... 30

Safety in Laboratories (AS2243 and AS2982)3 Days.. 22 Sampling and Quality Control........................................ 31 SCADACitect Software in Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition Systems...................................................... 17 Science Honours 2........................................................ 29 Science Project............................................................. 29 Scientific Computing...................................................... 31 Scientific Skills and Communication............................... 29 Scientific Skills and Tools............................................... 29 Screen Print Your T-shirt.................................................. 4 Screenwriting 1Introduction........................................ 14 Screenwriting 2Writing for Australian Television.......... 14 Screenwriting 3Master The Next Draft........................ 14 Scripting Language Programming.................................. 30 Scripting Language Programming.................................. 30 Sculpture Elective.......................................................... 26 Secure Electronic Commerce........................................ 30 Security in Computing and Information Technology........ 30 Sensory Evaluation of Food........................................... 29 Sewing............................................................................ 4 Sketchup for Beginners................................................... 1 Small BusinessCertificate IVDeveloping and Managing your Small Business........................................................ 8 Social Media for Fashion Marketing................................. 4 Social Media for FashionThe Overview......................... 4 Social Planning.............................................................. 27 Sociology of Law........................................................... 27 Software Architecture: Design and Implementation........ 30 Software Architecture: Design and Implementation........ 30 Software Engineering Fundamentals.............................. 30 Software EngineeringProcess and Tools..................... 30 Software Engineering Project Management................... 30 SolidWorksLevel 1....................................................... 1 Spatial Information Science 1........................................ 31 Spatial Information Science 2........................................ 31 Statistical Analysis 1...................................................... 31 Statistical Computing..................................................... 31 Statistical Inference........................................................ 31 Statistics 1..................................................................... 31 Strategic Accounting for Management........................... 25 Strategic Management.................................................. 25 Structured Query Language (SQL)................................. 16 Styling for Food Photography.......................................... 7 Styling for Photography................................................... 7 Styling Your HomeIntroduction..................................... 2

Vector Calculus Methods and Geometry of Surfaces..... 31 Video Editing Basics with Adobe Premiere .................. 12 Visual MerchandisingIntroduction................................. 7 Visual MerchandisingProduct Presentation................... 7 VMWare Certification TrainingVMWare: VCP-410....... 16

Web3D and Graphics Technologies............................... 30 Web Programming........................................................ 30 Web Servers and Web Technology................................ 30 Web Services................................................................ 30 Website Design 1The Full Overview............................ 12 Website Design 2Build Your Website.......................... 12 Web Software and Design............................................. 27 Web Technologies for Artists............................................ 5 Welfare Law................................................................... 27 Wellness and Lifestyle.................................................... 30 Wellness Coaching........................................................ 30 Wellness Practices and Perspectives............................. 30 Wireless LAN Training.................................................... 16 Work Experience Practicum 2........................................ 29 Writing AnglesPopular and Professional..................... 27 Writing Creative Fiction 1Introduction......................... 13 Writing for Children........................................................ 13 Writing for the Web........................................................ 13 Writing Media Texts....................................................... 27

Yoga Fundamentals....................................................... 30

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