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ICT50115 Diploma of Information Technology

CRICOS Course Code: 086599G

This qualification provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to administer and manage Information and communications technology (ICT) support in small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs) using a wide range of general ICT technologies.

Persons working at this level provide a broader rather than specialized ICT support function, applying a wide range of higher level technical skills in ICT areas such as networking, IT support, database development, programming and web development.

Levels 9-10, 140 Elizabeth St, Sydney NSW 2000

Orientation is on the Friday before Course Commencement on the following Monday. For exact dates please refer to the Academic Calendar.

52 weeks full time (includes 12 weeks holiday)

1200 hours

Possible job titles include: information systems office manager, office systems administrator, IT office manager, IT systems administrator, systems manager.

18 years of age or more when commencing the course

IELTS 5.5 (or equivalent) and at minimum Year 12 Certificate (or equivalent)

Applicants who cannot provide both a minimum of a Year 12 Certificate (or equivalent) and a certified English score, or an AQF Certificate IV (or higher) to the level specified for the course will be required to undertake LLN testing prior to receiving an offer.

Applicants who will undertake LLN testing must achieve at minimum:

Learning 2; Reading 3; Writing 3;
Oral Communication 3; Numeracy 2

Upon successful completion of this course you will receive a nationally recognized ICT50115  Diploma of Information Technology. Students who do not complete all units may be eligible for a Statement of Attainment in partial completion of a ICT50115 Diploma of Information Technology.

To gain ICT50115 Diploma of Information Technology  you must successfully complete all the following:

BSBSUS501  Develop workplace policy and procedures for sustainabilityCORE
BSBWHS501  Ensure a safe workplace


ICTICT509  Gather data to identify business requirements


ICTICT511  Match ICT needs with the strategic direction of the enterprise


ICTPMG501  Manage ICT projectsELECTIVE
ICTWEB411  Produce basic client- side script for dynamic web pagesELECTIVE
ICTWEB502  Create dynamic web pagesELECTIVE
ICTWEB501  Build a dynamic websiteELECTIVE
ICTWEB506  Develop complex cascading style sheetsELECTIVE
ICTWEB510  Analyse information and assign meta tagsELECTIVE
ICTICT501  Research and review hardware technology options for organisationsELECTIVE
ICTSAS502  Establish and maintain client user liaisonELECTIVE
ICTSAS513  Develop detailed test plansELECTIVE
ICTSAS503  Perform systems testsELECTIVE
ICTSAS504  Develop and conduct client acceptance testELECTIVE
ICTPRG527  Apply intermediate object- oriented language skillsELECTIVE
ICTPRG501  Apply advanced object- oriented language skillsELECTIVE
ICTPRG523  Apply advanced programming skills in another languageELECTIVE
ICTPRG524  Develop high-level object- oriented class specificationsELECTIVE
ICTPRG525  Build Java appletsELECTIVE

Total Cost for the course: $9,600/- AUD

This program is delivered entirely off-the-job at the college campus. It contains face-to-face training led by theory classes and practical sessions involving small groups and individual activities led by qualified and experienced trainers. For each unit candidates are provided with training manuals, which includes materials used in the training sessions, assessment material and reference materials.

The delivery of the course is classroom based. Classroom based face-to-face training includes:

  • - Establishing a training environment using a range of equipment to simulate a business environment. Within the assessments of the modules, learners are required to participate in simulated activities that closely reflect workplace processes and unexpected or contingency related activities.
  • - Practice exercises that reinforce the required interpersonal skills for individual and group work.
  • - Simulated training activities in the classroom based involving individuals, pairs and small group activities.
  • - Learner activity workbooks to support training independent reading and research projects.

In addition to scheduled classroom based assessment, learners may be required to complete assessment activities in their personal time and bring it to their next class for discussion, oral presentation, etc. These assessment activities include:

  • - Knowledge quizzes
  • - Research exercises where learners learn and are assessed through project-based exercises
  • - Oral presentations

Includes workbook, Role Plays and Simulations, Case Study Project or Scenario, Portfolio Work, Questionnaire, internet based work and other appropriate assessment methods depending on the study unit.

Course Credit Transfer: Australian Qualifications and Statements of Attainment that have been issued by any other Registered Training Organization (RTO) will be recognized by Cambridge College International and students will not be required to complete these units again. To apply for Credit Transfer students must be able to present their original Qualification or Statement of Attainment or certified copies, with national codes and titles that match the current course in which a student is enrolled. Students may also apply for Credit Transfer for other units undertaken elsewhere and have these units count towards the qualification, where these units are applicable.

National Recognition: Cambridge College International recognizes relevant qualifications issued by other RTOs. There is no fee for National Recognition. Where the qualification was gained more than 3 years ago we reserve the right to check that competence is current. This may involve the applicant in undergoing a challenge test.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is an assessment process that enables an applicant to gain recognition of skills and knowledge regardless of how they were achieved. This may include formal or informal learning, work experience or general life experience. In order to grant RPL Cambridge College International assessor must be confident that the applicant is currently competent against the units of competence in the qualification. The evidence to demonstrate this may include certificate, references from past employers, testimonials from clients and work samples. Where RPL is granted you do not have to participate in further training and assessment for skills and knowledge that you already possess. There is a fee for RPL assessment. Further information regarding RPL is available on request.


On completing this qualification students can choose various pathways. They can either opt to study ICT60115 Advanced Diploma of Information Technology OR join a University to pursue their Bachelors (University terms and conditions apply)

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