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  • Careers
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  • Careers in design include Careers
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  • Architect Careers
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  • Communication designer Careers
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  • Costume designer Careers
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  • Electronic publisher Careers
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  • Fashion designer Careers
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  • Food stylist Careers
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  • Furniture designer Careers
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  • Glass designer Careers
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  • Gold and silversmith Careers
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  • Industrial designer Careers
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  • Landscape architect Careers
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  • Multimedia designer Careers
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  • Photographer Careers
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  • Textile designer Careers
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  • Theatre/set designer Careers
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  • Urban designer Careers
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  • Design engineer Careers
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  • What makes a good designer? Typically a good designer is: interested in how objects look inquisitive as to how objects are made keen to seek ways of improving objects. Where do designers work? Industries include: fashion architecture landscaping fashion furniture interior design.
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  • Sources of information Careers Want more information? Sources of information include: school Careers Centre TAFE and University handbooks DEEWR Websites include: www.myfuture.edu.auwww.myfuture.edu.au www.youthcentral.vic.gov.au www.jobsearch.gov.au www.deewr.gov.au
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  • Course prerequisites Careers What are the prerequisites? Most courses require students to present a folio at interview. Folio requirements vary according to the institution. Details are usually provided at Open Days. Some universities also make available on these days folio-selection kits. Many TAFE colleges and universities run short courses in folio preparation. These vary in cost but are an excellent way to develop a folio. Prerequisites for tertiary courses are found in the VICTER (Victorian Tertiary Entrance Requirements), which is available from the school Careers Centre or from www.vtac.edu.au.www.vtac.edu.au

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