Diploma of Information Technology (Games and Intelligent Systems)

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Here's an intelligent career choice! FEE FREE!

The world of ICT is expanding globally into gaming and artificial intelligence (AI) systems, and here's your chance to be part of that!This nationally recognised qualification that delivers both leadership and IT technical skills.

You'll learn how to lead and facilitate an IT work team, review cyber security practices, create and maintain a cyber security awareness program, ensure your department’s ICT products and systems match the strategic direction of the organisation, and much more. This qualification has scope to achieve a specialisation in advanced networking, advanced programming, cloud engineering and architecture, advanced web development, AI, and gaming.

Apprenticeship or Traineeship
Existing worker traineeship
Industry: Information Technology, Library and Digital
National course code: ICT50220 | WA State ID: AD90

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Take you programming skills to the next level

In this course you will embrace new technologies and develop skills in virtual reality, augmented reality, games development, mobile applications and advanced apps, Internet of Things (IoT) and robotics using Python, C# and Unity.

You will use current industry standards and emerging technology as you conduct LiveWorks projects with industry partners.

You'll be able to utilise project management techniques and develop advanced soft skills such as communication with clients through teamwork to align the end product with business needs. Independent thinking and problem-solving skills developed within your studies at Certificate IV level are further enhanced with real life client projects.

This course is suited to Certificate IV programming graduates, and computer programming professionals.

There is also an option to to gain a dual qualification to give you greater opportunities to advance your career and enhance your skill set. You can choose to enrol in an additional unit, in the second semester of your course to graduate with the Diploma of Information Technology (Games and Intelligent Systems) plus the Diploma of Information Technology (Advanced Programming).


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