PART-TIMEShort Learning Graphic Design Fundamentals ProgrammesSaturday or Monday & Wednesday evening classes
About this programme
Graphic design is a creative process undertaken to convey a specific message. As a graphic designer you will use various methods to construct and combine words, symbols and images to create a visual representation of ideas and messages. This practical Short Learning Programme (SLP) in Graphic Design Applications 1 will equip you with fundamental skills required for an entry level position in the field of graphic design. Students will be exposed to various design programmes and learn the fundamental principles of graphic design.
Lectures are presented in a fully equipped graphic design computer studio. You will spend the entire duration of the course at your own computer and receive expert and personal attention from our highly skilled facilitators.
The following topics will be covered in the programme:
Principles of Graphic Design
Conceptualization and Creative Brainstorming
Open admission as long as you have knowledge, comprehension and application of the English language at Grade 10 or equivalent. Basic computer knowledge and mouse-skills are essential. Must be 16 or older.
How will I be certified on completion of this programme?
On successful completion of the programme you will be awarded a Unigrad Short Learning Programme Certificate in Graphic Design Fundamentals.
Programme duration and structure
8 Saturday lectures presented in the Unigrad College graphic design studio by qualified and experienced professionals. You will be assessed by means of practical projects.
Contact Unigrad and speak to any student career consultant for course fee information.
Are there any additional costs?
No. Prescribed course material and final assessment fees are included.
Refer to the part-time course date and fee schedule for specific course / programme starting dates.
What is a Short Learning Programme?
The modern business world demands a vast variety of skills and abilities. Unigrad offers an extensive range of short learning programmes particularly designed to address these demands by enhancing the quality of skills and knowledge available to the workplace. These short learning programmes are typically aimed at working adults, or those seeking employment and whilst they are not full qualifications, such as those appearing on the NQF and registered with SAQA, their benefit lies in their rapid and significant improvement to skill and knowledge levels of the student. This makes short learning programmes ideal for people who need to upgrade their CV’s, but do not have the time or finances to engage in a lengthy course of study.
- Monday and Wednesday evenings (17:30 – 19:30) for a period of 8 weeks, OR
- Saturday mornings (08:30 – 12:30) for a period of 10 weeks