Short courses

Experience RMIT University with a short course

Return to study without committing to a full degree. With flexible delivery methods and start-dates it's easy to find a short course to suit you and your lifestyle.

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A course for the digital photography enthusiast who understands the basics of exposure and camera operation.
Learn how to capture those perfect food moments. Using real dishes and locations, you will learn and practise different styles of food photography.
Join Cam Cope, Australian Travel Photographer of the Year 2014, for Travel Photography, a practical 3-day workshop series for photographers and travellers.
This practical course explains the basics of digital camera operation and explores methods of creating more visually dynamic photographs. An introduction to post production and output to print is also considered.
Learn the specific techniques for photographing people. The course includes choice of appropriate equipment, best use of lighting and location selection.
You will explore essential methods for adjusting and controlling colour and tonal information within images.
You will learn the basics of food styling and tips and tricks for preparing food for the ideal shot.
Over three dedicated sessions, students will explore the Library and Develop modules of Adobe Lightroom (Classic CC).
You will be introduced to video editing with Adobe Premiere CC (Creative Cloud) and learn the software basics.
You will gain skills in sketching techniques, studio workshop process and arranging merchandise.
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Featured online courses

Forget playback videos and solo study. The majority of these online short courses will be delivered live by an expert facilitator with active discussion and interaction to maximise your learning. You will be well supported throughout the course from our industry experts working with the univeristy.

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Operating during COVID-19

RMIT is monitoring the coronavirus situation closely and taking advice from the relevant authorities. For more information on how this is effecting the delivery of short courses refer to our Frequently Asked Questions.

RMIT Short Courses

Find out what a short course at RMIT can offer you with Short Course Coordinator Katherine Buzza.

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Industry training and partnerships

Looking to up-skill your workforce or partner with experts? RMIT University will work with you to design and deliver bespoke, tailored workforce development solutions to support your business objectives.

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Single unit courses

These are subjects from an undergraduate or postgraduate program. Gain the knowledge you need one semester at a time with RMIT University.

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On 5 June we launched our new and improved website for RMIT's short and single courses. Although it's now easier to browse courses and explore RMIT, some functions previously available to students are now no longer supported, including learner accounts with your client number.

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Homepage of previous short courses website

We've moved

On 5 June we launched our new and improved website for RMIT's short and single courses. Although it's now easier to browse courses and explore RMIT, some functions previously available to students are now no longer supported, including learner accounts with your client number.

What's changed

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