Advanced Diploma of Information Technology
Gordon Institute of TAFE
|Campus||Mid Year Intake?||Study Mode||Entry Requirements|
|East Geelong||No||Full-time internal, Part-time internal||
No minimum education
This qualification is part of the Information and Communications Technology Training Package. It provides high level ICT, process improvement and business skills and knowledge to enable an individual to be effective in senior ICT roles within organisations. The qualification builds on a core management base with streaming and electives choice to suit particular ICT and business needs, especially in the areas of knowledge management and systems development.
Subjects you can Study
Core: Lead and manage team effectiveness; Interact with clients on a business level; Manage copyright, ethics and privacy in an ICT environment; Plan and direct complex ICT projects; Integrate sustainability in ICT planning and design projects. Specialist: Knowledge management; Systems development. Plus electives.
About Gordon Institute of TAFEOperating across four campuses, The Gordon Institute of TAFE offers programs in four teaching enterprises: Constructing Futures; Smart Technologies; Living Well and Creative Business.
With more than 18,500 enrolments and 540 staff, The Gordon Institute offers over 220 practical courses at Advanced Diploma, Diploma, Advanced Certificate, Certificate and Apprenticeship level. Flexible modes of study - full or part time, evening or weekend, on campus or off campus - make access to further education easier for all students.
Provider CRICOS: 00011G RTO code: 3044
Advanced DiplomaCourse code: ICT60115
- Full-time internal
- Part-time internal
16 units: 5 core; 5 specialist; 6 elective
No minimum education
Graduates from this course may obtain entry into vocational Graduate Certificate qualifications or other higher education sector qualifications.
Life after Study
Information technology (IT) administrators manage the day-to-day operations of IT systems to ensure that the systems run effectively. IT administrators work with IT managers to make sure that the computer system provides sufficient computing power to deliver the desired level of business performance.
Programmers (IT) write, test and maintain computer programmes to ensure that the computer application meets the needs of the users of the computer system.
Sales representatives (IT) promote the sale of computer hardware, software and IT services.
Systems designers (IT) create detailed design documentation for the development and integration of computer systems to meet the needs of businesses.