The Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology is a hands-on course that has a key focus on the skills and knowledge essential for any IT career! You will learn all the essential skills for a successful career in IT including how to run standard diagnostic tests, install and optimise operating system software and manage the migration to newer technology.
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Please note that subjects and specific units of competency on offer will vary and may change during your enrolment
Elective subjects may apply and will be determined during the induction process
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The ability to install software and operating systems are a fundamental skill set required by an IT Technician. This module will have you installing and configuring an operating system. It will also have you running a number of diagnostic tests designed to prolong the life of equipment and the operating system. You will need to have access to a Windows based operating system as you will be developing a greater level of understanding in regards to using and maintaining your system.
Sustainability is a key criteria for many ICT decisions. In this subject we look at how cloud solutions and services could offer benefits to businesses as well as be part of the sustainability solution.
It is essential that IT professionals work in a safe manner, especially as their roles may involve working with devices that hold electrical current. This subject examines typical WH&S policies and procedures, key safe working practices such as manual handling and storage. It also focuses on consultation practices and requirements.
This subject addresses the skills and knowledge required to install, configure and optimise operating system (OS) software to meet business and client needs. In addition you will learn how to draft and prepare user documents.
Maintaining and administering a network environment can provide its users with a seamless experience. We look at areas such as setting up user accounts, modifying user permissions, installing and understanding basic networking protocols as well as conducting a range of command line networking tools in order to troubleshoot and uncover networking issues.
There are a number of key elements required in setting up a small networking environment. Within this task the student will learn how to setup a small network from scratch; by setting up and configuring various network hardware devices. The student will be advised of an array of tools that could be used to both setup appropriate network security as well as troubleshoot any network connectivity issues.
Understanding the need to incorporate new technology in a workplace can allow the company to stay ahead of its competitors. In this subject we explore and document the pros and cons of implementing new industry specific technologies in a workplace and how consulting with relevant stakeholders can ensure that these technologies are aligned with the business objectives.
Learn the skills and knowledge required to remotely support the resolution of ICT technical enquiries and requests for help. The skills addressed include the techniques to record, prioritise and escalate client support requests received by your IT Help Desk, and the effective use of multiple information systems to troubleshoot and record your actions. You need to be employed in a relevant role to undertake this subject.
Learn how to investigate the technical support needed and provide advice to the customer on their software, hardware or network problem. This Help Desk subject also looks at the ways you can develop your first-level remote help desk support skills to offer the highest level of support possible. You need to be employed in a relevant role to undertake this subject.
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1,740* - $
12 months is allowed as the standard part time enrolment term for the Certificate III in Information Digital Media and Technology course.
Students who are able to commit more time to their course can finish earlier; while Traineeship terms may be longer.
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