Printing & Graphic Arts
The pre-press/digital production pathway prepares you for work in graphic design, a finished art studio, print pre-press studio, magazine or newspaper publishing. Become skilled at assembling text/images, preparing files, and transforming text/images for production. Successfully complete the Certificate III in Printing and Graphic Arts (Graphics Pre-press) or Diploma of Printing and Graphic Arts (Digital Production) and you may be eligible for the Bachelor of Applied Design programs – a great option if you’re wanting to change your focus to design rather than the printing and graphic technology industry.
The Diploma is the 2nd year of the Billy Blue printing and graphics arts course and a step up from the Certificate III in Printing and Graphic Arts (Graphic Pre-press). It equips you with a broad range of knowledge to excel in the graphic technology industry, and advances your skills in the preparation of files for digital workflow. BILLY BLUE QUALIFICATIONS:
BIG EMPLOYMENT PROSPECTS
- ICP30205 Certificate III in Printing and Graphic Arts(Graphics Pre-press)
- ICP50105 Diploma of Printing and Graphic Arts (Digital Production)
There are continual technological advances in the printing industry which means fantastic career opportunities in the industry continue to emerge. COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What does a graphic pre-press professional do?
A graphic pre-press professional is responsible for many things – managing design for production, and setting/composing type/graphics into layouts and finished pages ready for printing or production of other visual media. They use the latest computer programs to digitise, manipulate and output images, and produce high-quality digital colour proofs. They’re experts in scanning and adjusting colour and contrast of images, and help input, transfer and alter electronic information for a variety of devices including scanners and multimedia systems. What does a digital production professional do?
There’s never a dull moment working as a digital production professional. You’ll spend your day transforming text and images for final production, generating electronic files for digital output, and digitising and outputting complex images for a variety of print media. Other responsibilities include file management, maintaining colour and print quality to required standards, and setting up digital printing systems and complex digital print for small and large formats.
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