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Diploma of Industrial Design

Career Area:Manufacturing & Engineering National Code:10220NAT
Diploma of Industrial DesignThis course is intended to provide participants with a range of knowledge and skills to identify, design and develop new or improved products for manufacturing.

Participants will perform the following functions associated with industrial design:

- Visualise and create designs for products or processes in response to a design brief
- Design for a range of markets and functions including consumer products, electrical and electronic devices, furniture, lighting, medical and industrial
products
- Demonstrate technical skills incorporating current and forward looking CAD and 3D software technologies, including rapid prototyping and 3D printing
- Apply knowledge of manufacturing, construction and fabrication processes
- Respond to a range of design briefs
- Organise production
- Incorporate utility, aesthetics, human behaviour and market appeal into design solutions
- Make sketch models and mock ups.

Entry Requirements

Senior Secondary Certificate of Education (or equivalent)

Pathways into this course may be via:
- Year 12 equivalent studies including design and technology related subjects
- related qualifications that could include:
o Certificate III in Design Fundamentals
o Certificate IV in Engineering Drafting
o Certificate IV in Design
o Certificate IV in Furniture Design and Technology

Career Pathways

- Assistant product designer
- Industrial design technician.

Prior Learning

For further information please refer to the Recognition area of the Hunter TAFE website.

Students with Disabilities

If you are considering studying with Hunter TAFE and are unsure what impact your disability may have on your study, please feel free to contact Disability Services to find out!

Delivery Locations, Important Dates, Study Options and Timetables

Newcastle Campus

Course Availability

Start Date Study Options How to Enrol Proposed Timetable Fees & Charges Units of Competency Important Information
05-02-2018 Flexible
11hrs/Week for 2 years
This training is subsidised by the NSW Government.

Students are required to attend one enrolment session to finalise their enrolment.

Date: Tuesday, 21 November 2017
Time: 11.00am
Location: Newcastle Campus, Building G, Ground Floor, Room 2P (G.G.2P)
Or
Date: Tuesday, 30 January 2018
Time: 11.00am
Location: Newcastle Campus, Building G, Ground Floor, Room 2P (G.G.2P)

Students who cannot attend the enrolment session please make an online enquiry or contact us on 131 225.

Details of eligibility for subsidised training are available here.

A valid Unique Student Identifier (USI) is required. Create your USI.

The following evidence is required to support your application for a training subsidy and must be provided at the time of enrolment:
- Australian green Medicare Card
- An Australian or New Zealand Birth Certificate
- Australian or New Zealand Passport
- Naturalisation Certificate or
- For Permanent Residents or Humanitarian Visa holders, a Certificate of Evidence of Resident Status (CERS) or a Humanitarian Visa is required.

For a concession or exemption evidence required is either a:
- valid Centrelink Customer Reference Number (CRN) or DVA number with the date of grant or
- letter from a medical practitioner, appropriate government agency or specialised allied health professional indicating a clear additional need as a result of a disability.

Jobseekers are required to provide full details of:
- jobactive provider and
- personal jobseeker identification (JSID) number.

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11Hrs P/W face to face along with self directed studies, Research and industry engagement making a volume of learning of approximately 20hrs P/W The 2018 TAFE NSW course fees will be released shortly, as a guide the 2017 prices are:

First Qualification Fee is $5,120.00
Second Qualification Fee is $5,750.00

SA VET student loan may be available to eligible students to cover some or all of their courses fees. More information will be provided when you enrol.

Information on VET Student Loans can be found here.
Some students may be eligible for a fee exemption.

Your enrolment is not complete and you are not entitled to attend class and/or participate in training until you have paid either the relevant student fee, a concession fee or have been exempted from the student fee. You may have the option to pay your student fee in more than one instalment. The first payment is due when you enrol.

More information on your rights and responsibilities can be found here

If you do not qualify for training subsidised by the NSW Government, please do not hesitate to contact us on 131 225 to find out how we can assist you to achieve your study and career goals.

If your employer is covering the cost of your fees, a letter of authority or purchase order is required.

Costs associated with work experience and field trips such as food, transport and accommodation are at the student’s own expense.

Units of Competency will be confirmed prior to enrolment. Alternatively, submit an enquiry online or call 131 225 to discuss with a member of our team.

Local Entry Requirements

Entry requirements:

NSW Higher School Certificate (or equivalent)

Pathways into this course may be via:
Year 12 equivalent studies including design and technology related subjects

Related qualifications, that could include:
Certificate III in Design Fundamentals or
Certificate IV in Engineering Drafting or
Certificate IV in Design or
Certificate IV in Furniture Design and Technology

Additional Costs:
Some programs at Hunter TAFE attract additional costs over and above the Student Qualification Fee, and include essential equipment that is retained by you on completion of your studies.

Costs associated with work experience and field trips such as food, transport and accommodation will be at the students own expense.

Other Information

This course is intended to provide students with a range of knowledge and skills to identify, design and develop new or improved products for manufacturing. They will perform the following functions associated with industrial design:

1. Visualise and create designs for products or processes in response to a design brief.
2. Design for a range of markets and functions including consumer products, electrical and electronic devices, furniture, lighting, medical and industrial products
3. Demonstrate technical skills incorporating current and forward looking CAD and 3D software technologies, including rapid prototyping and 3D printing
4. Apply knowledge of manufacturing, construction and fabrication processes
5. Respond to a range of design brief
6. Organise production
7. Incorporate utility, aesthetics, human behaviour and market appeal into design solutions
8. Make sketch models and mock ups.

If you are unable to attend either information session, please contact: kathryn.swan1@tafe.nsw.edu.au or call Hunter TAFE on 131225.

Additional: Students may also be required to undergo a phone interview (depending on numbers)

Enquire Now
Newcastle Campus campus
Semester: Semester 05-02-2018,
Study Options: Flexible, 11hrs/Week, 2Y weeks
How to Enrol: This training is subsidised by the NSW Government.

Students are required to attend one enrolment session to finalise their enrolment.

Date: Tuesday, 21 November 2017
Time: 11.00am
Location: Newcastle Campus, Building G, Ground Floor, Room 2P (G.G.2P)
Or
Date: Tuesday, 30 January 2018
Time: 11.00am
Location: Newcastle Campus, Building G, Ground Floor, Room 2P (G.G.2P)

Students who cannot attend the enrolment session please make an online enquiry or contact us on 131 225.

Details of eligibility for subsidised training are available here.

A valid Unique Student Identifier (USI) is required. Create your USI.

The following evidence is required to support your application for a training subsidy and must be provided at the time of enrolment:
- Australian green Medicare Card
- An Australian or New Zealand Birth Certificate
- Australian or New Zealand Passport
- Naturalisation Certificate or
- For Permanent Residents or Humanitarian Visa holders, a Certificate of Evidence of Resident Status (CERS) or a Humanitarian Visa is required.

For a concession or exemption evidence required is either a:
- valid Centrelink Customer Reference Number (CRN) or DVA number with the date of grant or
- letter from a medical practitioner, appropriate government agency or specialised allied health professional indicating a clear additional need as a result of a disability.

Jobseekers are required to provide full details of:
- jobactive provider and
- personal jobseeker identification (JSID) number.
Proposed Timetable: 11Hrs P/W face to face along with self directed studies, Research and industry engagement making a volume of learning of approximately 20hrs P/W
Information Session:
Fees & Charges: The 2018 TAFE NSW course fees will be released shortly, as a guide the 2017 prices are:

First Qualification Fee is $5,120.00
Second Qualification Fee is $5,750.00

SA VET student loan may be available to eligible students to cover some or all of their courses fees. More information will be provided when you enrol.

Information on VET Student Loans can be found here.
Some students may be eligible for a fee exemption.

Your enrolment is not complete and you are not entitled to attend class and/or participate in training until you have paid either the relevant student fee, a concession fee or have been exempted from the student fee. You may have the option to pay your student fee in more than one instalment. The first payment is due when you enrol.

More information on your rights and responsibilities can be found here

If you do not qualify for training subsidised by the NSW Government, please do not hesitate to contact us on 131 225 to find out how we can assist you to achieve your study and career goals.

If your employer is covering the cost of your fees, a letter of authority or purchase order is required.

Costs associated with work experience and field trips such as food, transport and accommodation are at the student’s own expense.
Units of Competency:

Units of Competency will be confirmed prior to enrolment. Alternatively, submit an enquiry online or call 131 225 to discuss with a member of our team.

Important Information: Local Entry Requirements

Entry requirements:

NSW Higher School Certificate (or equivalent)

Pathways into this course may be via:
Year 12 equivalent studies including design and technology related subjects

Related qualifications, that could include:
Certificate III in Design Fundamentals or
Certificate IV in Engineering Drafting or
Certificate IV in Design or
Certificate IV in Furniture Design and Technology

Additional Costs:
Some programs at Hunter TAFE attract additional costs over and above the Student Qualification Fee, and include essential equipment that is retained by you on completion of your studies.

Costs associated with work experience and field trips such as food, transport and accommodation will be at the students own expense.

Other Information

This course is intended to provide students with a range of knowledge and skills to identify, design and develop new or improved products for manufacturing. They will perform the following functions associated with industrial design:

1. Visualise and create designs for products or processes in response to a design brief.
2. Design for a range of markets and functions including consumer products, electrical and electronic devices, furniture, lighting, medical and industrial products
3. Demonstrate technical skills incorporating current and forward looking CAD and 3D software technologies, including rapid prototyping and 3D printing
4. Apply knowledge of manufacturing, construction and fabrication processes
5. Respond to a range of design brief
6. Organise production
7. Incorporate utility, aesthetics, human behaviour and market appeal into design solutions
8. Make sketch models and mock ups.

If you are unable to attend either information session, please contact: kathryn.swan1@tafe.nsw.edu.au or call Hunter TAFE on 131225.

Additional: Students may also be required to undergo a phone interview (depending on numbers)

Disclaimer

Courses will run subject to resources and demand. For the latest information, check with the appropriate campus, as course availability is subject to review and change.