If you would like to boost your skills and knowledge to get into the information technology industry, the Certificate II in Applied Digital Technologies is the course for you!
You'll be job ready to either seek general employment, or move into a Certificate III level qualification to further grow your skills.
You'll gain skills in business applications and programs; word processing, spreadsheets and database development; digital imaging skills; developing a social media presence; and working with basic computer hardware and operating systems — plus workplace health and safety, sustainable work practices, and more!
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Develop your computing skills and gain the ability to work confidently across a wide range of industries.
This qualification will provide you with foundational skills and knowledge to start your academic pathway for a career in the IT industry.
With this course, you will begin with basic computer operation and then establish and develop your skills across a range of common programs such as Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. You will also learn to effectively use electronic communication skills, as well as get an introduction to digital photography and video.
Skills gained include:
- Communication methods including social media
- Software applications focusing on the Microsoft Office suite
- Basic use of multimedia including video editing
- Operating systems
- Installing additional hardware such as printers, and
- Diagnosing and solving common problems.
Develop your digital skills for the workplace or further study
This qualification provides you with the basic skills and knowledge to use digital technology in the workplace across a range of information and communication technology (ICT) areas, including using office applications, workplace skills, and an introduction to design and digital imaging.
Our Certificate II Applied Digital Technologies lecturer has extensive experience in supporting students with a wide range of learning needs. Units are delivered over the year to provide students with the best opportunity to succeed.
You will have the opportunity to develop a wide range of foundation digital skills which can lead to career pathways in the ICT, design, or business industries, or any role where computers are used.
There is demand in today's modern world for employees skilled in the field of information technology!
This entry-level qualification will provide you with the foundation skills and knowledge to use basic applied digital technologies in varied contexts, including the workplace.
Throughout this course, you will carry out a range of procedural and operational tasks that require digital, technology and communication skills.
Begin your IT career pathway and enhance your employability skills.
The Certificate II in Applied Digital Technologies will give you the foundation skills to either seek general employment or commence your further study in IT. Learn the basics of using and maintaining software, hardware, systems, digital media and social media.
Higher level studies are strongly recommended to reach career growth and lucrative roles.
Specialist facilities on-campus
The Centre for IT Excellence (CITE) provides state of the art, industry relevant training in information technology and creative media. We provide pathways from foundation studies to advanced diploma with specialist training in cyber security, networking, programming and digital media.
This qualification provides the foundation skills and knowledge to use basic applied digital technologies in varied contexts.
The qualification is designed for those developing the necessary digital and technology skills in preparation for work.
These individuals carry out a range of basic procedural and operational tasks that require digital and technology skills. They perform a range of mainly routine tasks using limited practical skills and knowledge in a defined context. The qualification is suitable for someone generally performing under direct supervision.
Study modes and durations differ depending on your local campus. Please check with your local campus for more information.
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