Certificate IV in Information Technology Networking (Pathways)


Course Code :: ICT40418

Course Description

Get a head start in the Certificate IV in Information Technology Networking while still at school and gain valuable employability skills.

How it works:

  • Enrol into the Business Employment Pathway Program (partial completion of Certificate IV in Information Technology Networking)
  • Attend classes once per fortnight
  • Credit towards VCE or VCAL for 190 curriculum hours
  • NO WORK-PLACEMENT REQUIRED
  • One set fee for the year (contact us for more details)
Course Information
Who Should Attend?

Year 12 Students who have completed Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology School Based Trainee-ship and looking to further advance their information technology skills.

Course Outcomes

Training will contribute to 190 curriculum hours for VCE or VCAL. Upon completion of Year 12 students will be moved to the full-time Certificate IV in Information Technology Networking class at a reduced cost.

Topics covered are:

  • Servers
  • Virtualisation technologies
  • Network scripting
  • IT documentation
  • Macros
  • Website hosting
  • Basic mentoring skills
  • Resume writing and interview techniques
Entry Requirements

Students must be completing Year 12 and have completed Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology School Based Trainee-ship.

Employability Skills

Students must be completing Year 12 and have completed Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology School Based Trainee-ship.

Assesment

Assessment is ongoing during the program and includes undertaking workplace specific activities and obtaining feedback from your trainer or workplace supervisor.

Assessment is conducted via a range of techniques:

  • Resentations
  • Oral questioning
  • Written tests
  • Simulation
  • Projects/ case studies
  • Trainer/ assessor observations

Integrity will offer alternative methods of assessment to learners with special needs, subject to discussion and mutual agreement on what is required, on an individual basis (this is identified during the pre-training review).

Core Units
  • ICTNWK402 – Install and configure virtual machines for sustainable ICT
  • ICTNWK401 – Install and manage a server
  • ICTNWK409 – Create scripts for networking
  • ICTTEN416 – Install, Configure and Test an Internet Protocol Network
Elective Units
Recognition of Prior Learning or Current Competencies (RPL/RCC)

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