Working within the constantly growing and endlessly changing Information Technology (IT) industry can be very exciting. This industry offers high career satisfaction and a wide variety of job roles.
This career can be taken almost anywhere, ‘from working in a small to medium enterprise, to a large corporate’ where you can explore the many different career pathways that this industry provides.
These careers typically involve working within a ‘collaborative team environment’. Therefore one’s ability to work cohesively with others and maintain positive work relationships is integral to the role.
To enter the IT industry, you are required to obtain a qualification in IT. This includes training at a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) such as TMG College Australia. With our ICT30120 Certificate III in Information Technology, you will learn practical skills in areas such as:
- Providing ICT advice to clients
- Developing critical and creative thinking skills
- Securely managing personally identifiable information
- Working in a team
- Identifying IP, ethics and privacy policies in ICT environments
- Applying introductory programming techniques
With our IT program, you will enter the industry with confidence and first-hand experience, providing you with the skills and knowledge to undertake job roles such as:
- Help Desk Officer
- Help Desk Assistant
- ICT Operations Support
- ICT User Support
- PC Support
- Technical Support
With upcoming intake dates, now is the time to kick-start your career in IT! For more information on the ICT30120 Certificate III in Information Technology, visit https://bit.ly/InfomationTechTMG
*Training delivered across Victoria with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding. We encourage individuals with disabilities to access training subsidised through the Skills First Program. Enrolment for eligible students is under the Skills First Program and may impact access to further Government-subsidised training. Enrolment fee may apply. For current policies, procedures, fees, eligibility, documentation, relating to this information, please refer to the TMG website (http://www.tmg.edu.au).