Find out what a short course at RMIT can offer you. Short courses are a quick way to learn practical skills.
RMIT Short Courses - transcript
[Short description] Find out what a short course at RMIT can offer you with Short Course Coordinator Katherine Buzza. Short courses are an efficient way to learn practical skills.
[Additional information] Upbeat music plays throughout.
Duration: 1:50 mins
[Opening title] RMIT Short Courses
[Visual] Teacher standing in front of projector screen showing AutoCAD software followed by another teacher sitting at a computer speaking to students.
Katherine Buzza, Short Course Coordinator (Narrator): Short courses are courses run through the university schools that range from one day to three months, and they are non-accredited programs, which means that they don't have assessment tasks. They're just courses that are really practical, hands-on, and a great way to build new skills.
[Visual]Female teacher speaking to
[Visual] Architectural paper model of
Narrator: We have around 350 different short courses that the university offered across all the different colleges, ranging from the design programs, media and communication, architecture, fashion and textiles, as well as engineering and health, and of course business and languages as well.
Narrator: We get a wide variety of people doing
[Visual] Male student sits in video editing laboratory and begins to edit footage on a computer.
They're good for people that are already studying or working because they schedule the courses in time slots that are targeting
[Visual]Teacher pops green water balloon and students try to take a photo while standing in a circle outside on a city street. Students smile and show each other their photos. Additionally, people will come to up-skill for their jobs or they're looking to get into a new profession, as well as people that are interested in
[Visual]Teachers in classroom environment talking to students.
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