The ICT50615 Diploma of Website Development course will give you the skills to design, build and maintain websites for customers using the latest web technologies. You will learn how to create beautiful responsive sites for clients, working to industry standards using cutting edge web technologies. The skills learned will enable you to work either independently or as part of a web team.
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Websites are a critical component of modern business and with the explosive growth in e-business worldwide will become more so. Because of this, the industry’s need for skilled web developers remains high and will continue to increase.
The web is also a field that encourages and rewards creative expression, with web development an avenue for both your technical and creative abilities because it includes visual and interaction design alongside technical development. This means web developers are like artists, providing for both the functionality and attractiveness of a website, drawing the online customer in and helping to maintain their loyalty – all important elements within e-business.
While completing the ICT50615 Diploma of Website Development, you will work through all stages of a web development project.
Use the knowledge you gain to build your website, or you can work independently or as part of a web team to build sites for clients.
Australis College has partnered with Charles Darwin University (CDU) to create an articulation agreement for the ICT50615 Diploma of Website Development. Completion of this course may result in credit into the Bachelor of Information Technology (BIT) (80cp). *80cp = 35% of a full 3 year course (full 3 year course = 240cp). You can confirm your eligibility by using the CDU credit calculator.
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This website development qualification consists of 20 nationally accredited units of competency spread over three stages. These units of competency reflect industry best practice in website development and are by the Training Packaging Rules of this qualification.
|Unit of Competency||Unit of Competency Code|
|Develop website information architecture||ICTWEB508|
|Develop complex cascading style sheets||ICTWEB506|
|Develop complex web page layouts||ICTWEB505|
|Verify client business requirements||ICTICT515|
|Build a dynamic website||ICTWEB501|
|Ensure a safe workplace||BSBWHS501|
|Manage ICT projects||ICTPMG501|
|Contribute to copyright, ethics and privacy in an ICT environment||ICTICT418|
|Apply intermediate programming skills in another language||ICTPRG418|
|Apply introductory object-oriented language skills||ICTPRG406|
|Use structured query language||ICTPRG425|
|Design a database||ICTDBS502|
|Build a database||ICTDBS412|
|Use a library or pre-existing components||ICTPRG413|
|Research and apply emerging web technology trends||ICTWEB516|
|Use site server tools for transaction management||ICTWEB509|
|Implement security for applications||ICTPRG507|
|Create dynamic web pages||ICTWEB502|
|Create web-based programs||ICTWEB503|
|Integrate database with a website||ICTDBS504|
To obtain this qualification via the Assessment Only method, you will be required to complete 11 Subjects, which cover the 20 Units of Competency within the ICT50615 Diploma of Website Development. The table below outlines the fees associated for each subject and the Units of Competency that the Subject covers.
Recent changes to the ICT Training Package has seen the ICT50615 Diploma of Website Development superseded by an equivalent qualification, ICT50618 Diploma of Website Development.
Whilst ICT50615 Diploma of Website Development has been added to the College’s scope of registration, enrolments are yet to commence. As such, students are permitted to continue enrolling into the 2015 version ICT50615 Diploma of Website Development). Students must be aware that they will be transitioned to the 2018 version (ICT50615 Diploma of Website Development) before 29/01/2020* unless they complete/cancel the course before that date. The effect of this change to their studies will be minimal, and the resulting qualification will meet all requirements for accredited training so the same level of qualification will be achieved. If you have any questions regarding this topic, please contact our Course Consultants for further information.
* Please note that this date is the last day in which certification can be issued. As such, an earlier date to complete may be issued by the Faculty.