Work-Study Post-Diploma (Specialist Diploma in Digital Content Creation for Business)

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About the Course

The Work-Study Post-Diploma (Specialist Diploma in Digital Content Creation for Business) will provide opportunities for participants to deepen their skills and knowledge needed for producing engaging digital content for the typical distribution platforms businesses use in today’s market. 

Graduates of this Specialist Diploma are able to create digital content for various media platforms and formats. In addition, graduates are equipped with knowledge and skills in user experience, project management and business models. In short, each graduate is able to create, manage and monetize brand and marketing messages.

Participants will be awarded the Post-Diploma Certificate (PDC) upon successful completion of each certificate programme. The Specialist Diploma in Digital Content Creation for Business by Republic Polytechnic will be issued upon meeting 50% of attendance requirement and passing the assessment criteria of both PDCs.

Certification Modules
Post-Diploma Certificate in Design
  1. Visual Communication
  2. Digital Photography
  3. User Experience Fundamentals
  4. Business Model Design
Post-Diploma Certificate in Production
  1. Interactive Digital Animation
  2. Principles of Project Management
  3. Audio and Video Production Techniques

This includes self-learning hours in the form of e-learning, assessments, case study analysis and revision required by the module.

Module Synopses


1. Post-Diploma Certificate in Design by Republic Polytechnic 

Visual Communication (30 hours)

This module introduces design fundamentals required to produce meaningful and effective works which adhere to industry standards. Through a series of practical assignments rooted in professional creative and design settings, students will apply a combination of traditional and digital methodologies  to communicate ideas in both print and digital media.  By the end of this module, students will be able to practice design on a professional level, create works built around the needs of the client, and reach and persuade an intended target audience effectively.

Digital Photography (30 hours)

This module introduces the craft of digital photography and the key technological developments that directly influenced this creative practice. Students will explore the styles and techniques of master photographers across a representative range of genres. The module also provides instruction in camera operations, digital workflows, and image manipulation techniques using industry-standard software. The module teaches students to propose, create, and critique an online photography portfolio.

User Experience Fundamentals (30 hours)

Understanding user needs is key to creating great digital content. This module teaches how user experience (UX) research and design techniques help designers better appreciate their target users, and create great experiences for digital content consumers. This module is structured to provide a balance of UX theory, with practical, hands-on exercises on essential UX techniques and tools. By the end of the module students will be able to apply UX theory to guide the organisation and presenstartation of interactive content for consumers on a range of representative digital platforms.

Business Model Design (30 hours)

Due to the advent of disruptive trends and technologies, traditional business models need to transform into new digital business model by engaging in new management styles. Students will be introduced to design thinking and how it applies to business model design. From this module, students will learn the differences between Agile and Lean Start-up business methodologies.
 

2. Post-Diploma Certificate in Production by SUSS (Singapore University of Social Sciences) 

Interactive Digital Animation (36 hours)

Students will be introduced to the fundamental principles of interactive computer graphics through 3D modelling, special 3D effects and animation. Using a series of practical workshops students will learn basic animation techniques, and how to generate special effects. Interactive Digital Animation is intended to expose students to the craft of creating basic animation using relevant tools through proper understanding of interactive computer graphics and processes and actual hands-on practice at practical workshop and in the completion of assignments in the course.

Principles of Project Management (36 hours)

Principles of Project Management will provide both theoretical and practical insights on the management of projects. Students will be taught the characteristics of different industries, and how project management skills apply in them. These give undergraduates a solid foundation in the appreciation and application of project management. It prepares them for an in-depth understanding of project management in science and technology.

Audio and Video Production Techniques (48 hours)

This course aims to provide students with an overview of audio and video production. It will introduce students to the theoretical and application aspects of video content creation using a single camera.  Applying the theories discussed, students will be assigned roles and work in teams to use audio, video and editing tools to produce short form content that would be suitable across traditional and online platforms.

Commencement Date

Duration

Venue

Schedule

June 2019 12 months Republic Polytechnic/ Singapore University of Social Sciences Campus View Schedule Here


Singapore Citizens or Permanent Residents who are either of the below:

  • Fresh polytechnic graduates from relevant courses, within 3 years of graduation or completion of National Service (ORD)

 

  • Current employees who have graduated from relevant courses/ORD for more than 3 years but within 5 years



Relevant Diplomas from the five local Polytechnics:

1. Republic Polytechnic

  • Diploma in Media Production and Design

  • Diploma in Mass Communication

  • Diploma in Interactive and Digital Media


2. Singapore Polytechnic

  • Diploma in Media and Communication

  • Diploma in Visual Communication and Media design

3. Ngee Ann Polytechnic

  • Diploma in Advertising & Public Relations

  • Diploma in Mass Communication

  • Diploma in Chinese Media and Communication


4. Nanyang Polytechnic

  • Diploma in Visual Communication 80

  • Diploma in Marketing

  • Diploma in Mass Media Management


5. Temasek Polytechnic

  • Diploma in Retail Management

  • Diploma in Communications and Media Management

  • Diploma in Communication Design

  • Diploma in Digital Film and Television

Singapore Citizen

Fee Subsidy Eligibility

Post Diploma Certificate (PDC) Net Fee by RP

Post Diploma Certificate (PDC) Net Fee by SUSS

Course Net Fee

Work Training Support WTS Scheme

$230.52

$400.30

$630.82

SME-sponsored

$424.32

$682.20

$1,106.52

40 years & above

$410.88

$682.20

$1,093.08

below 40 years old

$616.32

$1,809.80

$2,426.12

Singapore Permanent Resident

Fee Subsidy Eligibility

Post Diploma Certificate (PDC) Net Fee by RP

Post Diploma Certificate (PDC) Net Fee by SUSS

Course Net Fee

Self-sponsored

$1,630.68

$1,809.80

$3,440.48

SME-sponsored

$424.32

$682.20

$1,106.52

*Note:

  • Payment may be made using SkillsFuture Credit.
  • All fees quoted are inclusive of GST.
  • WTS: Workfare Training Support scheme for SCs 35 years and above with average gross income not exceeding $2,000.

Republic Polytechnic reserves the right to make changes to the course fee and application closing dates without prior notice. The commencement of each course is subject to sufficient number of participants. 

All information is accurate at time of publishing.

 

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Last updated on 23 Sep 2019

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Republic Polytechnic reserves the right to make changes to the course fee and application closing dates without prior notice.  The commencement of each course is subject to a sufficient number of participants. All information is accurate at time of publishing.