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Information Technology Courses

Technology and computer skills are necessary for almost all employees today. Even if the career you desire does not revolve around computers, your daily activities will likely require access to Information and Communications tools to accomplish tasks and process the information needs for your job.

Some exciting careers within the Information, Communication and Technology field include Software Development, Mobile App Development and Design, Systems Analysis, Project Management, Web Development and more.

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ICT FACULTY SUBSCRIPTIONS

Get started with an information technology qualification.

Information Technology is an exciting industry, and the Australis College Faculty of IT offers an innovative approach to accessing IT learning for the new millennium.

 

Graduates from our IT Faculty will gain broad skills, aiding them to launch into the industry as an IT Consultant, a member of an IT firm or agency, or within an IT department at a large organisation. Alternatively, graduates may start their own business.

IT Hiring and Career trends:

App development is one of the hottest growth categories in the U.S. labour market, with real income growth to match.

  • 627,000: Number of U.S. jobs created by the iOS App Store to date – Source www.apple.com
  • 110: Percentage job growth for Android developers between 2012 and 2014 – Source www.apple.com
  • 54: Percentage job growth for iOS developers between 2012 and 2014 – Source mashable.com
  • 43: Percentage of enterprise app developers who currently earn at least $120,000 per year – Source www.developereconomics.com

Meet the Head of our Information Technology Faculty

Rebecca England has over 15 years’ experience teaching in the Higher Education and TAFE sectors and has worked as a freelance web developer.

Rebecca is an experienced program leader, course developer and learning facilitator, having taught multiple programming languages, mobile app development, and web design and development.

With a degree in Computer Science and a Masters by Research in Information Technology, Rebecca has long been an advocate of introducing coding to schools and encouraging young females to consider ICT. Rebecca remains fascinated with writing code and education.