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ICTICT215 Operate digital media technology packages (Elective)

Identify, select and use a digital media package and supporting technologies to produce a variety of media rich documents. It applies to individuals who may work under supervision within a small to large office environment and have responsibility for completion of designated tasks, using a range of practical skills and basic technical knowledge.

Digital Media Basics



Digital Media Literacy



The Future Of Digital Media



Elements and Performance Criteria

1. Prepare to operate a digital media package
1.1 Set up workstation according to work health and safety standards and organisational requirements
1.2 Identify requirements of design brief and user environment
1.3 Determine required digital media package
1.4 Determine required data set according to task requirements

2. Operate digital media package
2.1 Manipulate and adapt data according to task requirements
2.2 Incorporate graphics, moving images and sound according to task requirements
2.3 Name and save document in file and folder

3. Review digital media design
3.1 Test digital media presentation incorporated graphics, moving images and sound
3.2 Present digital media package to required personnel
3.3 Seek and respond to digital media package presentation feedback from required personnel
3.4 Review final product against design brief and obtain final sign off from required personnel

Foundation Skills

Numeracy
- Adds and subtracts whole numbers, fractions and decimals in calculating time, audio output, graphic dimensions and file size

Oral communication
- Uses plain English, listening and questioning techniques
- Presents information to audience using tone, grammar and syntax

Reading
- Interprets textual and diagrammatic information
- Interprets systems related icons, text and diagrams

Writing
- Enters written and verbally received information and data into a format required by digital media package
- Selects vocabulary, syntax, terminology, labelling and naming conventions in program and design requirements

Planning and organising
- Plans routine tasks with goals and outcomes, taking some limited responsibility in decisions regarding sequencing

Self-management
- Takes personal responsibility in adhering to legal and regulatory requirements
- Follows routine procedures in using digital technology and enters, stores and retrieves information directly applicable to own role

Technology
- Identifies and evaluates purposes, specific functions and key features of basic digital systems and tools
- Operates basic digital systems and tools in completing routine tasks and adapting some functions


Performance Evidence

The candidate must demonstrate the ability to complete the tasks outlined in the elements, performance criteria and foundation skills of this unit, including evidence of the ability to:
  • identify and define data set, incorporate data set into media technology package and present output on one occasion.
In the course of the above, the candidate must:
  • interpret basic requirements of a design brief
  • meet organisational requirements using digital media package
  • apply workplace health and safety (WHS) principles and responsibilities
  • use help manuals and online support.

Knowledge Evidence

The candidate must be able to demonstrate knowledge to complete the tasks outlined in the elements, performance criteria and foundation skills of this unit, including knowledge of:
  • basic principles of visual design
  • functions and features of digital media packages and technologies
  • graphic design and stylistic language conventions
  • WHS principles and responsibilities
  • principles of digital imaging and file formats, video and sound file formats, file management and transfer systems
  • vendor product directions in digital media hardware and software
  • creative information, scripts (text) and images
  • basic principles of legal and regulatory requirements that apply to operating digital media technology packages.

Assessment Conditions

Skills in this unit must be demonstrated in a workplace or simulated environment where the conditions are typical of those in a working environment in this industry.
This includes access to:
  • required industry standard hardware and software
  • documents detailing organisational style guide and policy
  • data required in developing software application documents.
Assessors of this unit must satisfy the requirements for assessors in applicable vocational education and training legislation, frameworks and/or standards.

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2. Who is the Director of RAC?


3. What is Damien Djerrkura's job?


4. Give an example of a hazard and a risk.


5. Why is PPE necessary?


6. What does RSI stand for?


7. What causes RSI?


8. What causes bad work posture?


9. What must an employer do to address monitor problems?


10. Complete this sentence. Assess to


CUADIG315 Produce digital images (Elective)

Produce digital images through the exploration and application of a range of techniques, tools, equipment and materials. It applies to individuals who are developing expertise with digital imagery to produce photo images or digital art.

Best File Formats For Saving Digital Art



Scanning historic photos



Digital photos from film negatives



Elements and Performance Criteria

1. Plan digital imaging work
1.1 Explore techniques for digital imagery in consultation with required personnel
1.2 Review historical and contemporary digital imaging practice as a potential source of ideas
1.3 Discuss and explore ideas for digital imaging with required personnel
1.4 Assess capabilities of digital imaging techniques through practice and adaptation
1.5 Select techniques that best support the ideas for own creative work

2. Prepare digital imaging resources
2.1 Select and organise digital imaging tools, equipment and materials suited to chosen work
2.2 Prepare resources based on the needs of the work
2.3 Identify and address intellectual property requirements

3. Create finished digital images
3.1 Use and adapt digital imaging techniques incorporating principles and elements of design
3.2 Review work in progress and adjust as required to finalise work
3.3 Document work processes for future reference
3.4 Store digital imaging resources according to organisational procedures
3.5 Seek feedback from required personnel and use to improve own technical and creative digital imagery skills

Foundation Skills

Reading
- Interprets and analyses mostly familiar visual and textual information for application to job outcomes

Writing
- Notes review findings and describes work processes for own reference using clear language and applicable industry related terminology

Oral Communication
- Discusses concepts and techniques with others and seeks feedback on work outcomes using clear and related language
- Clarifies information and confirms understanding using questioning and active listening techniques

Self-management
- Understands workplace expectations and related responsibility
- Observes legal, safety and sustainability requirements and enterprise procedures when planning and undertaking design work
- Improves creative and technical skills using feedback as a guide

Teamwork
- Follows accepted communication methods and practices to discuss conceptual and technical aspects of work with others
- Outlines the importance of advice and guidance from others to achieve best outcomes for own creative work and further develop skills and ideas

Planning and organising
- Selects digital techniques to convey the concept based on own practice and exploration with some input from others

Initiative and enterprise
- Extends and adapts techniques, and applies design theory to create visual interest
- Evaluates decisions during production and amends work to achieve desired result

Technology
- Applies understanding of the purposes, functions and key features of digital tools to make informed decisions about resource selection, preparation and maintenance

Performance Evidence

The candidate must demonstrate the ability to complete the tasks outlined in the elements, performance criteria and foundation skills of this unit, including evidence of the ability to:
  • plan and produce technically proficient digital images according to at least three different ideas.
In the course of the above, the candidate must:
  • examine the combination of ideas and techniques in own digital image work in a discussion with others
  • use materials and resources safely and sustainably
  • evaluate own work progress and identify one or more areas for improvements in creative processes and products.

Knowledge Evidence

The candidate must be able to demonstrate knowledge to complete the tasks outlined in the elements, performance criteria and foundation skills of this unit, including knowledge of:
  • historical and theoretical digital imaging practices applicable to the specific production of digital images
  • capabilities of different materials, tools and equipment used in digital imaging
  • elements and principles of design and their application to digital imaging
  • common techniques used in producing digital images and how they can be adapted to achieve creative effects
  • basic intellectual property considerations in producing creative works
  • procedures for working safely with digital imaging materials, tools and equipment.

Assessment Conditions

Skills in this unit must be demonstrated in a workplace or simulated environment where the conditions are typical of those in a working environment in this industry.
This includes access to:
  • tools, equipment and materials required for producing digital images
  • applicable information sources.
Assessors of this unit must satisfy the requirements for assessors in applicable vocational educational and training legislation, frameworks and/or standards.

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12. What happens to 90% of businesses after 5 years and why?


13. What is the first step of a business plan?


14. What does ATO stand for?


15. What does ASIC stand for?


16. Who is Jack Ma?


17. What does his business do?


18. What piece of advice from Jack did you like?


19. Who is Justice Chase?


20. What are the three S's he talks about?


CUAPPR311 Produce creative work (Elective)

Plan and produce creative work in any media. Work is typically produced through exploration of ideas, techniques, tools, equipment and materials. It applies to individuals who are developing technical and conceptual skills in any area of creative practice.

Good Creative Work: Dos & Don'ts



Think out of the Box



Six Creative Ways To Brainstorm Ideas



Elements and Performance Criteria

1. Source ideas for creative work
1.1 Select and review cultural, historical and contemporary information required for creative work
1.2 Extract and evaluate key ideas and concepts required for own work
1.3 Determine personal creative goals
1.4 Develop ideas using different sources of information

2. Refine and communicate ideas
2.1 Refine ideas through experimentation with tools, techniques, and elements and principles of design specific to creative work
2.2 Confirm ideas and techniques using research, experimentation and discussion with required personnel
2.3 Discuss and present ideas and information about own work with required personnel

3. Plan and produce creative work
3.1 Identify and plan work processes and resources according to ideas
3.2 Organise resources and work space based on plan for own work
3.3 Realise ideas using resources and chosen techniques
3.4 Resolve technical problems within scope of own role as required
3.5 Create record of own work that shows process of development

4. Finalise and review work
4.1 Clean and maintain tools and work area, dispose of waste, and store equipment and materials
4.2 Review own work for technical proficiency and success in communicating ideas
4.3 Review process of creating work and final outcome through self-evaluation and questioning others
4.4 Plan future skill development using required information

Foundation Skills

Learning
- Identifies areas to improve skills using evaluation and feedback
- Improves work practices and outcomes using different perspectives of others

Numeracy
- Identifies and sources required quantities when organising resources, based on analysis of work plan

Oral communication
- Expresses ideas and methodologies clearly, using language required for audience and context
- Seeks and clarifies information using active listening and questioning

Reading
- Identifies techniques and procedures suitable for work using information from required sources

Writing
- Documents progress of work in required format for personal use

Teamwork
- Discusses ideas with using required communication practices

Initiative and enterprise
- Generates new or innovative ways of working using experimentation

Planning and organising
- Plans and organises information, methodologies and resource requirements

Self-management
- Understands and complies with legislative responsibilities

Performance Evidence

The candidate must demonstrate the ability to complete the tasks outlined in the elements, performance criteria and foundation skills of this unit, including evidence of the ability to:
  • produce at least two different creative works in any media using and adapting techniques to realise ideas.
In the course of the above, the candidate must:
  • develop and refine creative ideas using exploration, review and discussion with required personnel
  • identify, select, assess and use required techniques, tools, equipment and materials for creative work, safely and sustainably
  • create physical, verbal, virtual, visual or written record of creative work produced
  • clean and maintain work area, and tools and equipment used, in safe and sustainable manner.

Knowledge Evidence

The candidate must be able to demonstrate knowledge to complete the tasks outlined in the elements, performance criteria and foundation skills of this unit, including knowledge of:
  • ways of sourcing information and developing, refining and communicating ideas for creative work
  • physical properties and capabilities of different materials, tools and equipment used in creative work
  • ways of exploring, adapting and combining techniques and materials to achieve different effects
  • formal elements and principles of design and their application to producing creative work in described in performance evidence
  • influence of historical and theoretical contexts on chosen area of creative work
  • sustainability issues associated with tools and materials used in creative work
  • procedures for working safely in the specific area of creative work described in the performance evidence.

Assessment Conditions

Skills in this unit must be demonstrated in a workplace or simulated environment where the conditions are typical of those in a working environment in this industry.
This includes access to:
  • tools, equipment and materials
  • suitable facility for production of creative works.
Assessors of this unit must satisfy the requirements for assessors in applicable vocational educational and training legislation, frameworks and/or standards.

21. What's the difference between good teamwork and bad teamwork?


22. Describe the slacker effect.


23. List three main points of a team contract.


24. Why should meetings be short and frequent?


25. What three words describe the Power of Collaboration?


26. If 5 people have 3 ideas a month how many ideas might 320 have?


27. Complete Walt's tip. "If you can dream it,


28. notions + beliefs + theories =


29. join forces + pool resources =


30. List at least three things helped by collaboration.