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ICT30120 Certificate III in Information Technology - More info
The Certificate III in Information Technology provides skills and knowledge for students to become competent in a wide range of general information and communications technologies (ICT) and technical functions. The experience gained in this course enables students to achieve a degree of self-sufficiency as an advanced ICT user.

The competencies in this course include techniques in installing and configuring hardware and operating systems, supporting users by troubleshooting software, hardware and peripheral faults, configuring, troubleshooting and administering networks, application software, introductory programming techniques and basic website development.


Advanced Technology - More info
This course provides the skills and knowledge required to undertake a basic review and analysis of cloud computing delivery and deployment models to support the needs of a business, introductory programming techniques, and securing and managing personal and workplace information in a digital world.

Introduction to IT Support - More info
This course has been developed for students who wish to gain skills and knowledge required to provide advice and support to clients including technical support information. Students will also learn the client service skills for providing frontline technical support and skills to extend critical and creative thinking to generate solutions for workplace problems in a team environment.

This course also provides the required skills and knowledge to engage in a basic, ongoing review and research of industry-specific technologies to identify and apply ICT technologies and techniques to improve aspects of an organisation's activities.

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Sasha enrolled at Thebarton Senior College in order to finish off her SACE through a Certificate IV in Information Technology. She was interested in studying at Thebarton because the course offered her SACE completion as well as credentials that would help her gain employment in the IT industry. Sasha enjoyed her studies, especially the web and game design aspects and the extracurricular activities that were on offer. Helping the college attend the Supernova pop culture convention was a particular highlight. Having completed the course, Sasha was successful in obtaining a place in the Bachelor of Information Technology course at Flinders University as well as an ICT apprenticeship with Australian Customs and Border Protection Services. Ultimately, she chose to move to Canberra where her qualification will allow her to finish her apprenticeship sooner than other school leavers.
Sasha, Certificate IV in Information Technology