Information Technology, Library and Digital
Why take an Information Technology course at TAFE?
Are you looking for a qualification that could take you anywhere in the world? Have you considered a career in Information Technology?
A course in Information and Technology at TAFE can open the door to diverse job opportunities nationally and internationally. Graduates with IT qualifications are in high demand across the globe as virtually every industry relies on IT. If you pursue a career in IT, you will play a crucial role in helping communities and organisations stay connected.
If you enjoy being in a dynamic environment and are good at problem solving, a career in IT might be a good fit for you. The IT field is constantly evolving and expanding as new technologies are always arising. This offers an exciting opportunity for those who thrive off change and development.
Choose Your Pathway
Whether you are looking to start a career in IT or are wanting to take your existing career to the next level by developing new skills, we have the course to get you where you want to go. We offer a range of Information Technology and Digital courses which will give you a nationally recognised qualification. Additionally, we offer a wide range of Skills Sets which provide you with practical training in specific areas to prepare you for employment.
Did you know?
Demand for ICT workers is set to grow by almost 100,000 to 758,700 workers by 2023, by which time almost 3 million Australian workers will be employed in occupations that use ICT regularly as part of their jobs.
Australia's Digital Pulse
Reasons to study in this industry
- Software and Applications Programming jobs are predicted to increase by 23.4% by 2024.
- IT systems can make a great impact on other industries like health and agriculture by making them more efficient.
NCVER 2018 | My Skills, Succeed Publication
General IT courses cover the skills and knowledge required to work with digital and communication devices or applications including computers and computer networks, hardware and software. Information technology training pathways can build general computing skills in a range of IT disciplines, including network administration and management, website design and development, mobile apps development, 3D animations, and software development. The field is constantly evolving and expanding and as such when you study IT you develop not only computing knowledge in a range of disciplines, but the problem-solving skills to deal with new technologies and trends as they arise.
Do you like activities that combine creativity and technicality? You might enjoy a career in multimedia and game development. This relatively new industry offers opportunities to push boundaries and continually develop new skills as technology advances. Take one of the multimedia digital courses at TAFE and learn how to produce an interactive game; write a story and content for digital games; and develop high-level 3D modelling, rendering and interactivity skills.
Our courses and skills sets will prepare you for employment in a range of disciplines, including network administration and management; website design and development; games design; 3D animations; and software development.
At Central Regional TAFE, networking and security courses are delivered by industry professionals with experience in the field. You’ll learn from the experts how to design, install, and manage networks and systems, configure IT components, and optimise system performance. You’ll also learn how to diagnose and solve system faults, plan and maintain network security, and how to work with clients.