This Diploma in Information Technology provides an overview of networking, security, programming, web design, database management, project management, systems analysis and more. The broad objective of this course is to ready the students for a wide variety of jobs in information technology. Students may also select from a range of electives or elect to do 100 hours work experience.
Online education is cost-effective and time effective. Through distance education you can:
Core Modules include:
and one elective from:
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Careerline Courses and Education Pty Ltd (CLC) operates a refund policy as a measure of goodwill.
Course Delivery Information
Course material delivery times vary depending on the delivery method.
Instalment Plans Policy
If you are paying via an instalment plan, on enrolment you are deemed as being liable for the whole amount of the course cost under that plan. It is acknowledged that default in payment of an amount due to Careerline Courses and Education Pty Ltd will result in a $30 dishonour fee per default. Repeated failure will result in the referral of any resultant debt, (inclusive of any interest or other fees incurred in accordance with these conditions of enrolment), for collection by a mercantile agent plus any additional collection costs.It is your responsibility to inform Careerline Courses and Education Pty Ltd in writing of any corrections or changes to your personal details including name, address and phone numbers, payment options and banking details.
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