Strong Industry Connections at AICA Education

AICA Educations strong industry connections have enabled students to be given unique opportunities whilst studying, which can lead to them to finding their ideal jobs when they graduate.

Diploma of Graphic Design student, Stayc Sinclair, has gained invaluable industry experience through a range of freelance work arranged by AICA Education. “Whilst studying Ive worked on design jobs for various organisations, such as designing logos, websites and brochures. The experience has made me more confident to enter the workforce at the completion of my Diploma.”

AICA Educations Diploma of Graphic Design provides a program of study focused on industry centred outcomes. Students create a professional portfolio which can help them secure their ideal job in the Graphic Design industry.

Stacys portfolio has been instrumental in kick-starting her career, as she has recently been offered a highly sought after internship position at Warner Brothers.

“AICA arranged a job interview for me at Warner Brothers. After looking at my portfolio I was offered an internship with Warner Brothers for when I graduate.”

“I chose AICA to study my Graphic Design Diploma because of their up to date software packages, such as 3D Studio Max and Dreamweaver. It was the only college I could find with all of the programs I needed as well as both Mac and PC facilities.”

AICA Educations Diploma of Graphic Design teaches students to use a 3D package and Dreamweaver design software programs, which are quite new to Australia and are in high demand in the workplace. With the graphic design industry moving towards multimedia and online media, learning to create in 3D is imperative. AICA Education graduates trained in these programs will have a major competitive advantage in the industry.

Students are also trained to develop their theoretical, technical and practical skills in design programs Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Acrobat and Flash.

CEO and AICA Education College Head, Ruth Grosser says that AICAs point of difference is their small class sizes which allow for increased interaction and one-on-one attention from teachers.

“Our teachers are all leading, industry professionals all with vast experience in many areas of the creative arts,” said Mrs Grosser. “At AICA Education we are passionate about ensuring our students have successful careers when they graduate. We ensure that we give all our students great training, small class sizes and the motivation to succeed.”

From Certificate to Diploma level, AICA Education offers courses in Visual Arts, Graphic Design, Photography, Graphic Pre-Press, Fist Aid and Workplace Training and Assessment. These courses prepare students for a variety of cutting-edge career opportunities in areas such as advertising, design, promotion, publishing, printing, marketing, packaging, photography, multimedia, consultancy, small business and management.

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