Advanced Certificate in Information Technology

01 Year
MNQF Level 4


The Certificate IV in Information Technology course provide the learners with the skills necessary to be job ready and competent in a wide range of information and communications technology (ICT) roles and apply a broad range of skills in varied work contexts, using problem solving skills and effective communication with others.


Modules / Units

·        Apply advanced critical thinking to work processes

·        Contribute to cyber security risk management

·        Identify and evaluate emerging technologies and practices (ITE01)

·        Work collaboratively in the ICT industry (WCI01)

·        Apply introductory programming techniques (IPT01)

·        Identify and resolve client ICT problems (RCP01)

·        Install and configure virtual machines (CVM01)

·        Install, configure and test network security (CNS01)

·        Install and manage servers (IMS01)

·        Configure desktop environments (CDE01)

·        Build an enterprise wireless network (EWN01)

·        Create basic relational databases (BRD01)

·        Apply query language in relational databases (QLD01)

·        Create and style simple markup language documents (SML01)

·        Apply introductory object-oriented language skills (ALS02)

·        Analyze software requirements (ASR01)

·        Use extensible markup language (EML01)

·        Support small scale ICT projects (SSP01)

·        Evaluate ICT system status (ESS01)

·        Implement maintenance procedures (IMP01)

·        Support ICT system software (SSS01)

·        Complete database backup and restore (DBR01)

General Entry

·        Successful Completion of Lower Secondary Education OR

·        Attainment of a Level 3 qualification


Alternative Entry

·        18 years old and 1-year work experience AND ability to communicate in the language of instruction.

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