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95 An Information Session may be required. Check the Course Information Leaflet, contact the college or visit our website wsi.tafensw.edu.au. There are no fee exemptions or concessions available for TAFE PLUS courses. For more information, visit wsi.tafensw.edu.au/courses/tafeplus.aspx Key: Application required TAFE PLUS fee applies International Student Code Provides the skills and knowledge in introductory ICT 'technical' functions. It is designed to support information activities in the workplace and to achieve a degree of self-su ciency as an advanced ICT 'user'. It will give you a degree of confidence in the workplace as it has a strong suite of six common ICT units building on the prerequisite from Certificate II in Information Technology. Entry requirements: NSW School Certificate or equivalent. Career opportunity: Call Centre Support O cer, Client Support O cer, Computer Operator, Customer Service Representative, Help Desk O cer/ Technician, ICT Operations/User Support, Maintenance Technician, PC Support, Sales Support Technician, Technical Support. International students under CRICOS Code 058110D. Certificate IV in (NRT) Information Technology (Networking) Course No 19009 Training Pkg Information and Communication Technology National Code ICA40405 Duration Up to 1 year full-time, up to 2 years part-time, flexible Location Blacktown, Mount Druitt, Richmond Provides you with the skills and knowledge to install and manage simple networks and to e ectively network management as an independent ICT specialist or as part of a team. Entry requirements: NSW School Certificate or equivalent. Career opportunities: Network Administrator/Manager, Network Operations Analyst/Engineer/Technician, Network Technician. International students under CRICOS Code 058112B Diploma of (NRT) Information Technology (Networking) Course No 19016 Training Pkg Information and Communication Technology National Code ICA50405 Duration Up to 2 years full-time, up to 4 years part-time Location Blacktown, Mount Druitt Prepares you for working as a network engineer in high level network management and engineering. You would be expected to take a major role in managing the implementation of computer networks, ranging from procurement, to human resources, communication, quality and risk management. Entry requirements: NSW HSC or equivalent, or Certificate IV in Information Technology (Networking) or a Certificate IV in Information Technology (Websites). Career opportunities: Depending on the stream selected, you could work in basic personal computer support, basic network/system administration or in first level help desk roles. International students CRICOS Code 058604D. Advanced Diploma of (NRT) Information Technology (Network Security) Course No 19022 Training Pkg Information and Communication Technology National Code ICA60205 Duration 1 year part-time Location Blacktown Prepares you for working as a network administrator or engineer with a bias towards security and risk analysis. You would be expected to take a major role in analysing current and proposed security plans, controls and implementing security and system infrastructures. You need to be able to direct members in a project team and communicate between technical and non-technical sta , and implement a change management process ensuring user acceptance of the new method of working. Entry requirements: Diploma of Information Technology (Networking) or a Vendor Certification training in Networking (eg CCNA, CCNP, MCSE etc). Career opportunities: Network Security Analyst, Senior Network Administrator, Network Engineers, Web Security Specialist/Administrator, Database Security Expert, E-security Specialist, IT security Analyst/Engineer. Certificate IV in (NRT) Information Technology (Programming) Course No 19010 Training Pkg Information and Communication Technology National Code ICA40505 Duration 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time, flexible Location Blue Mountains, Mount Druitt Provides basic programming skills in languages used in commercial systems. This course has a strong base of ICT units with the potential for inclusion of ICA05 or other training package units to suit particular needs. Entry requirements: NSW School Certificate or equivalent. Career opportunity: Analyst/ Programmer, Applications Analyst/ Programmer, Computer Engineer, Developer/Programmer, Programmer. International students CRICOS Code 059104E.