ICT60115 Advanced Diploma of Information Technology
Vocational Education and Training (VET) courses focus on equipping students with practical skills that prepare them to enter the workplace. Most commonly provided through Tertiary and Further Education (TAFE) institutions, this type of qualification blends theory-based learning with high levels of hands-on learning. In most VET/TAFE courses, you’ll be venturing outside the classroom environment to gain practical industry experience. VET/TAFE courses range from pre-vocational training through to apprenticeships, traineeships and skills development for specific occupations. And as well as getting you job-ready, these types of courses often offer pathway programs, allowing you to work your way up to the highest qualification in your industry. So whatever your aspirations might be, there’s sure to be a VET/TAFE option to help you achieve your goals and begin your dream career.
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