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Certificate II in Information Technology

Program Overview

This qualification provides the foundation Information Technology (IT) skills and knowledge required for an individual to become an effective IT user or employee. This includes fundamental IT knowledge and skills which are generally prerequisites for most other higher qualifications in ICA05. In addition to practical hardware and software skills, this qualification teaches students some essential soft skills such as workplace safety and communication.
AIT's Certificate II in Information Technology is under the Australian Quality Training Framework (AQTF) and is comprised of the following units of competency that AIT has chosen to deliver:

Workplace Skills

BSBCMN106A    Follow Workplace safety procedures
ICAD2012B    Design organisational documents using computer packages
ICAU1128B    Operate a personal computer
ICAU2005B    Operate computer hardware
ICAU2006B    Operate computing packages
ICAU2013B    Integrate commercial computing packages
ICAU2231B    Use computer operating system
ICAW2001B    Work effectively in an IT environment
ICAW2002B    Communicate in the workplace
ICPMM263B    Access and use the Internet

Client Support

ICAD3218B    Create user documentation
ICAS2009B    Interact with clients
ICAS2014B    Connect hardware peripherals
ICAS2016B    Record client support requirements
ICAW2011B    Work individually or as a team member to achieve organisational goals

Entry Requirements

A number of units of competency require the prerequisite:

ICAU1128A Operate a personal computer

However, this unit of competency is offered as part of this qualification and is delivered and assessed during the first week of the program.

As all lessons and assessments are conducted in English, an adequate level of English is strongly recommended. This includes suitable levels of competence in reading, writing, and comprehending the English language. International students must comply with DIMIA requirements and should have an IELTS or equivalent score of 5.5 or above.

Further Studies

AIT's Higher Education and Vocational Programs are highly regarded by the industry.  The quality of our courses and the teaching standards are recognised by leading universities across Australia.  This has allowed our students to obtain an advanced standing with affiliated universities providing them with the opportunity for further study should they wish to pursue a Bachelor or Masters Degree upon completion of AIT Courses.

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