Diploma of Information Technology

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  • Objectives
    This course is for highly motivated people with an interest in professional development and a career in IT. It has been designed to suit the needs of people engaged in business employment seeking to extend an IT presence for their business, however it will also suit students seeking employment in specialist areas of Information Technology.
  • Entry requirements
    You will need advanced IT knowledge to apply for entry into this course, as well as VCE or mature age entry. Students who do not have advanced IT skills should enrol in Certificate II, III or IV in IT. Other Entry Requirements Students will be selected based on their previous academic results and/or employment experience.
  • Academic title
    Diploma of Information Technology
  • Course description
    Key Study Areas      

    This advanced course is for professionals looking to extend their IT skills. Topics include:

        * Database design
        * Website management
        * Server configuration
        * IT strategies
        * Database integration
        * Project management
        * Knowledge management

    Where     • Bendigo (City Campus)

    Duration Options

    The course is delivered full time, 4 days per week. There will be a heavy emphasis on self directed study with on-line teacher/student and student/student collaboration. The course will be delivered over approximately 720 student contact hours in one year.

    Selection Process     • Individual Interview

    Employment Opportunities     

    On successfully completing this diploma you will be eligible for employment in a variety of roles, including: high level ICT technical support, database administration, systems engineering, multimedia content authoring, online production, testing, web development/technical writing, product support, webmaster/assistant and website coordination.

    Further Study Options     

    Students may have the opportunity to continue their studies at university level.


    You will be assessed as part of this course.

    Typical Course Content     (exact details may be obtained from the teaching centre)
    BSBPM505A     Manage Project Quality
    ICAA5056A     Prepare Disaster Recovery And Contingency Plans
    ICAA5158A     Translate Business Needs Into Technical Requirements
    ICAB5180A     Integrate Database With A Website
    ICAP5039A     Match IT Needs With The Strategic Direction Of The Enterprise
    PSPPM502B     Manage Complex Projects
    ICAA5140A     Design a server
    ICAA5141A     Design dynamic websites to meet technical requirements
    ICAB4136A     Use Structured Query Language To Create Database Structures And Manipulate                               Data
    ICAB4222A     Apply Introductory Programming Skills In Another Language
    ICAB4229A     Apply Intermediate Programming Skills In Another Language
    ICAB5159A     Build a security shield for a network
    ICAB5165A     Create dynamic web pages
    ICAB5223A     Apply Intermediate Object-Oriented Language Skills
    ICAI5176A     Install and configure router
    ICAI5196A     Implement secure encryption technologies
    ICAS5123A     Manage network security
    ICAS5202A     Ensure Privacy For Users
    ICAT5079A     Perform Intergration Test
    ICAI5173A     Install and configure a single segment local area network switch
    ICAT4242B     Perform Unit Test For A Class

    Recognition of Prior Learning    

    Recognition of your current qualifications and prior learning: BRIT has processes to give you credit for relevant units from your prior study, and to assess your prior learning against units in a course.

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