Our ICT50220 Diploma of Information Technology (Advanced Networking) course is guided by four pillars of learning. These pillars of learning are at the crux of what being successful in the IT field is all about.
Nicolaas has worked in the IT industry for over 39 years and is a highly sought-after expert. He brings a fantastic skill set to share with TrainSmart Australia and his students.
Hi, I am Nicolaas, the Information & Technology head of faculty at TrainSmart Australia. This course will uncover all the fundamentals of designing, administrating and managing information and communication technologies. By the end of this course, you can qualify as a skilled technician, systems administrator or even a general support manager developing high-level design innovation.
The VSL program is designed to provide financial support for students undertaking Diploma level qualifications (or higher) that target industries with strong job demand. The Australian Commonwealth Government offers VET Student Loans to students who wish to study now and pay their loan after they start earning over $48,361.
†VET Student Loans are subject to students meeting eligibility requirements. VET Student Loan creates a debt that must be repaid to the Commonwealth.
This qualification is perfect for those who are looking to advance in the field of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). You will learn a wide range of general and specialised skills to design and create ICT strategies and implement solutions to all industries of business.
The ICT50220 Diploma of Information Technology (Advanced Networking) is guided by our four pillars of learning. This includes:
These pillars of learning are at the crux of what being successful in the IT field is all about. To gain these learning outcomes you will be guided through 20 nationally accredited units to complete this course.
This course is delivered through an online “Trainer Directed Learning” approach which involves the flexibility of online learning and while attending scheduled meetings and assessments with our IT trainers.
All online learning is completed through our Learning Management System, ‘LearnSmart’ which hosts all your assessments, reading materials, lecture recordings and progress tracking.
With the ICT50220 Diploma of Information Technology (Advanced Networking), students can apply for job roles including:
Individuals in these roles carry out moderately complex tasks in a specialist field, working independently, as part of a team, or as a business owner (sole trader/contractor).
TrainSmart Australia has a number of standing agreements in place with universities across Australia which guarantees student entry and credit transfers upon completion of a selection of our diploma’s.
Upon completion of the ICT50220 Diploma of Information Technology (Advanced Networking) course, students can gain entry into a Bachelors of Information Technology with 70 – 80 Credit Points with Griffith University.
Prior to being enrolled into a VET course, you must meet the academic prerequisites.
This is determined by either;
If you are unable to provide either of these, you will need to complete an Online Reading, Writing and Numeracy test to gain entry into this course.
We offer this online test, free of charge.
Please note, we are unable to enrol international students at this time.
Each unit comprises of 3 assessments including knowledge based questions, case studies and practical assessments.
To complete all 20 units in this course, it is recommended that you allocate 20-25 hours per week towards your personal study time.
Completing a nationally recognised qualification (or training) means that your qualification and credentials are recognised all across Australia by other registered training organisations and employers.
All accredited courses must adhere to the standards set by the Australian Skills and Quality Authority (ASQA). According to ASQA, accreditation is formal confirmation that the course:
TrainSmart Australia uses a competency based marking system which assesses whether a student can demonstrate the learning outcomes of the unit/question. Assessments are marked ‘Satisfactory’ and ‘Not Yet Satisfactory’.
Being marked as Not Yet Satisfactory is not the end of your world! It just means you get another shot at submitting an answer.
All of our courses are offered through the ‘Trainer-Directed-Learning” model. In this format, trainers will be in direct contact with you to assist and direct you through your online assessments and workshops.
Your trainer will set the expectations and timeframes for our assessments based around your experience, life commitments and availability to complete your practical assessments.
Speak to the career advisory at TrainSmart Australia to get all your questions answered and find out if this course is for you.