Completing the Advanced Diploma of Information Technology (Network Security) will prepare you to meet the many challenges of securing and managing computer systems and networks. This
qualification provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to plan and implement the security
requirements of information technology infrastructure which has become such an important
part of every organisation, whether large or small. Information Technology Infrastructure includes all the associated systems and services such as computers, cabling, network hardware, operating
systems, application software, as well as the management and utilisation procedures. Protecting this infrastructure from external threats has now become a high priority for every organisation and the course aims to provide students with the necessary skills and knowledge to identify security risks and to implement counter measures against these threats.
Full time – VTAC or direct to Chisholm
Part time – direct to Chisholm
Part time day classes only are offered and are subject to class vacancies.
Year 12 (VCE), the equivalent or Mature Age Entry Students should complete the Diploma of
Information Technology (Networking) or equivalent before commencing the Advanced Diploma.
• Website Security
• E-business Strategies
• Systems Security
• Advances Server Operations
• Network Infrastructure
• Security Management
Internal Computer Audit Specialist, IT Security Administrator, IT Security Analyst / Engineer, IT
Security Specialist, Network and Systems Manager, Network Engineer, Network Security Analyst,
Network Security Specialist, Security Administrator, Security Engineer, Systems Security Analyst, Web Security Administrator Network Security Specialist, Security Administrator, Security Engineer, Systems Security Analyst.
Further Study Opportunities
University degree courses in information technology.
Red Hat has made its Linux training more accessible to Victoria by offering tailored programs to Chisholm Institute through the Red Hat Academy. Red Hat is leading Linux and open source solutions into the mainstream by making high quality, low cost technology accessible by providing operating system software along with middleware, applications and management solutions.
Educational institutions are offered a web-delivered, performance-based academic curriculum for
teaching Linux and open source technology.
Peter Durie, Services Manager for Red Hat Australia/New Zealand said, “Academic institutions
are a natural channel to introduce Linux knowledge and skills. And because the Red Hat Academy
curriculum is based upon the Red Hat Certified Engineer program, the training is practical, handson
and performance-focused, as well as being industry recognised.”
Where is the course offered?
Berwick and Frankston
Full time: 6 months