Design

Develop your design skills and decide on a career specialisation.
Careers in a diverse range of industries are possible through studying design. From hand illustrations and typography, computer generated two and three-dimensional work, textiles, fashion, interior architecture and photography, produce a body of professional folio of work for entrance into further study or employment.

About Design at NCAT

Design is a major contributor to the national economy and employment opportunities are constantly changing. New industry and employment trends cover sustainability, new forms of digital communication and publishing.

The College consults with industry and government reference groups to keep abreast of changes and necessary employment skills. Facilities include fully equipped computer labs, drawing studio, photography studio and mixed media workshop spaces.

Courses

Design can be studied via the following programs:

VET

VCE

This subject looks at the design process, drawing for communication, the use of type and imagery, and the context in which design happens. Students are involved in job briefs that may cover visual, environmental, or industrial design. For further information http://www.vcaa.vic.edu.au/vce/studies/index.html

Year 10