Information and Communication Technology

17 courses

Information Technology courses

Information technology courses teach you practical skills to start or grow your career in the ever-evolving IT industry. At TAFE NSW you can learn ...

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  • Statement of Attainment Intro to Unreal Engine for Game Programming

    900-83331

    Build your own video game, like Space Invaders, using Epic Games' powerful 3D creation platform, Unreal Engine. Learn from industry experts and kick off your game development career with this real-world course.

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  • Certificate II Applied Digital Technologies

    ICT20120-01

    Open the door to a versatile career in information technology. Learn fundamental digital skills such as using computer operating systems, identifying online security threats, and creating spreadsheets and presentations. Complete further study to land entry-level roles in the IT industry.

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  • Certificate III Information Technology

    ICT30120-01

    Are you an analytical thinker with a passion for technology? Launch your career in the booming IT industry and, depending on your campus location, specialise in cyber security, game design, networking, support or web design.

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  • Certificate IV Information Technology (Gaming Development)

    ICT40120-04

    Expand your career in the information and communications technology (ICT) industry and break into the evolving animation and game design sector. Gain job-ready skills in interactive game design, gameplay principles and 2D and 3D modelling.

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  • Certificate IV Information Technology (Networking)

    ICT40120-05

    Start your career as a network support technician and be prepared for success in a fast-paced and technical industry. Learn to manage networks and keep them secure, maintain data integrity, install virtual machines and use sustainable IT practices.

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  • Certificate IV Information Technology (Systems Administration Support)

    ICT40120-07

    Ensure continuous, optimal performance of ICT services and support systems in a multiuser computing environment. Maintain software and hardware systems to limit disruptions and meet the needs of network users without exceeding the company's budget.

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  • Certificate IV Information Technology

    ICT40120-01

    Develop the skills to advance your IT career into roles such as technical support or web administration. Whether your interests lie in game development, networking, programming or databases, you'll gain the specialist knowledge to succeed.

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  • Diploma Information Technology (Game Art and Design)

    ICT50220-11

    Take your animation and game design skills to the next level and become a games artist or games designer and developer. Learn to create high-quality 3D visuals for exciting and immersive digital games, film and TV.

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  • Diploma Information Technology (Game Programming)

    ICT50220-12

    Build your game development skills so you can become a games programmer, software engineer and more. Make complex 3D games for mobile devices, work in a team to design game levels and environments and learn to lead a team.

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  • Diploma Information Technology (Database and Data Management)

    ICT50220-02

    Gain an overview of the information and communications technology (ICT) industry and acquire specialist skills in data and database management. Advance your career and help businesses thrive as you create, design and monitor systems that store data.

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  • Diploma Information Technology (Front End Web Development)

    ICT50220-10

    Gain specialist skills in front end web development and the ability to resolve client IT problems. Advance your IT career as you move into more senior web developer and User Experience (UX) roles, or excel in running a business website.

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  • Diploma Information Technology (Advanced Networking, Cloud Architecture)

    ICT50220-20

    Gain a specialised qualification in two emerging areas of IT. Advance your networking and cloud architecture skills as you prepare to enter more senior network technician roles.

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  • Diploma Information Technology

    ICT50220-01

    Strengthen your ability to complete complex tasks whilst working as an entry-level programmer or level 2 network support person. Develop the skills to manage IT projects, build websites, design virtual networks and lead teams within the high demand information technology industry.

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  • Diploma Information Technology (Business Analysis)

    ICT50220-06

    Be an asset to any organisation. Collaborate with clients and and gain knowledge of world's best practices in IT business analysis. Manage data and use your skills to contribute to optimal organisational decision making.

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  • Advanced Diploma Information Technology (IT Strategy and Organisational Development)

    ICT60220-06

    Get the best of both worlds and combine your love for IT with your interest in business strategy and project management as an ICT manager. Learn to implement strategic ICT business plans and complete projects from start to finish.

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  • Bachelor Information Technology (Data Engineering)

    HE20625

    The Bachelor of Information Technology (Data Engineering) provides you with the essential knowledge and technical skills for the design, implementation, and management of ‘big data’, data systems and their infrastructure to support big data solutions.

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  • Bachelor Information Technology (Data Engineering)

    HE20525V04

    The Bachelor of Information Technology (Data Engineering) provides you with the essential knowledge and technical skills for the design, implementation, and management of ‘big data’, data systems and their infrastructure to support big data solutions. There is a growing demand for professionals with the experience and qualifications to build IT solutions and manage big data. At TAFE NSW we have strong partnership arrangements with industry partners such as Cisco, AWS, Microsoft, and NDG.

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Information technology course information

When you choose to study an information technology course, there is a wide range of flexible options available.

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Who is an information technology course good for?

Are you the friend people call when they are having tech issues, or when their Wi-Fi is playing up? That's a good indicator that a course in information technology could be for you. Or, maybe you're someone ...

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Information technology career paths

From junior positions through to senior roles, there are plenty of opportunities available in this booming industry. Here are some of the most sought-after jobs in the field of information technology:

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Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

How do I enrol?

At TAFE NSW you can apply or enrol to do a course.

If your course has no entry requirements, you can enrol directly. If there are entry requirements, you will need to apply to be accepted for a position in the course.

  1. Go to the TAFE NSW website to view the course you are interested in
  2. Check if there are any entry requirements, as you may be asked to supply additional information
  3. Select a course location to progress your enrolment
  4. Follow the prompts to complete
  5. You will receive an email confirming your enrolment or application status

If you need further assistance with your enrolment, contact TAFE NSW Student Services on 131 601 between 8.30am-5pm Monday to Friday.

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