Digital Media/Multimedia Design

The Lively Technical Center’s Digital Media/ Multimedia Design Program supports the mission statement of Lively Technical Center, and, in addition, will equip students with the technical knowledge and skills necessary for successful employment in digital publishing, multimedia, and media technology positions in the workplace.

Program Overview

The Digital Media/Multimedia Design Program offers a broad foundation of knowledge and skills to prepare students for employment in digital media, new media and multimedia positions. This program is designed to prepare students for employment in entry-level positions in digital photography, web page design, digital video editing and presentation development.

Digital Design 2

Employment Opportunities

  • Graphic Design Artist
  • Multimedia Artist
  • Animator
  • Print Designer
  • Multimedia Web/Interactive Designer
  • Integrated Producer Designer

What You'll Learn

  • Interactive presentation development
  • Web design
  • Testing and production
  • Video editing and audio features
Digital Design 2

Program Requirements

Digital Media/Multimedia Design · K100200 · 1050 Hours

OCPCourse NumberCourse TitleCourse LengthSOC Code
ADIG0081Theory and Foundations of Design15027-1014
BDIG0082Multimedia Digital/Print Designer30027-1014
CDIG0083Multimedia Web Interactive Designer30027-1014
DDIG0084Multimedia Integrated Producer Designer300

Program Costs

$3,066.00Florida Resident Tuition ($2.92 x 1050 hours)
$229.33Bookstore Costs
$150.00Registration Fees ($75.00 per semester x 2)
$30.00Facility Usage Fee
$275.00Lab Fees ($137.50 per semester x 2)
$45.00Miscellaneous Fees **Paid during first semester only
Total Costs $3,795.33

Program Instructors

Brenda Lake
Mrs. Brenda Lake
Instructor, Digital Media

Phone: 850-487-7688

Email: lakeb0830@leonschools.net

Occupational Advisory Committee

Matthew Dufek
Kikoda, LLC
Joshua Ellis
Florida Department of Health
Mitch Gans
Florida State University
Dominic Marino
Florida State University
Sarah Monbarren
Florida State University
Sean Peyton
Florida Department of Environmental Protection
Jon Rousseau
180 Communications Inc.
Jennifer Wotherspoon
Out of the Blue Marketing, Inc.