Our range of information technology courses will provide you with extensive, theoretical and hands-on practice of knowledge in networking, information technology, programming, and business analysis. Australian Information Technology programs are very practical and promote rapid skills development. You will be able to participate in professional practical workshops, seminars and activities, which teach you to deal with real-life IT problem-solving.
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Certificate IV, Diploma, Advanced Diploma of Information Technology
Learn the skills and knowledge to be competent in a wide range of general information and communications technology (ICT) and apply a wide range of knowledge and skills in basic networking, ICT support, database development, programming and web development support.
Certificate IV, Diploma of Information Technology Networking
Learn the practical skills and knowledge to work as an ICT specialist and manage and install simple computer networks. You'll learn a large variety of core skills including internet infrastructure, managing servers, installing network hardware, desktop configuration, network security and how to operate system software.
Certificate IV in Programming
You will learn the fundamentals of programming languages, mobile applications, database creation, and more. The course is provided over a 12 month period with a blend of vendor specific, vendor neutral, and trainer developed materials that pave the way for a career in software development.
Certificate IV in Cyber Security
You will learn a range of technical skills including how to implement network security infrastructure and detect breaches in network security, as well as stakeholder management. This course will provide you with a range of foundation knowledge and skills in website security, IT network testing, and ICT security.
Diploma of Software Development
Throughout this course you will become skilled in writing and maintaining program code, debugging and monitoring applications, and configuring applications in a production environment.
Advanced Diploma of Network Security
In this course you will develop a comprehensive understanding of critical network security issues and their importance in the business, industrial and social environments of intranet, extranet and internet connectivity.
Diploma, Advanced Diploma of Applied Blockchain
The course provides candidates with a range of knowledge, skills and, generic and specific competencies to support them in gaining employment in applying blockchain technologies within an existing or new organisation.
Bachelor of Business – Information Systems
This information systems degree provides, major studies in information systems including business IT development, information systems strategy and governance, business databases, e-business systems, and business analysis and design.
Bachelor, Master of Information Systems
This major equips future graduates with the key technical skills and knowledge related to processes, data, services, and tools required to analyse, design, and manage IT projects to digitally transform industries.
Authoring Specialist – Business Analyst – ICT Project Manager
Network Specialist – Software Developer – Systems Analyst
Typical Subjects that you will study in your Early Childhood Education and Care course include:
- Develop contracts and manage contracted performance
- Lead and manage team effectiveness
- Manage ICT project quality
- Manage and control ICT project risks
- Implement change management processes
- Plan and direct complex ICT projects
- Integrate sustainability in ICT planning and design projects
- Manage copyright, ethics and privacy in an ICT environment
- Interact with clients on a business level
- Evaluate vendor products and equipment
- Develop technical requirements for business solutions
- Manage the use of appropriate development methodologies
- Manage the development of technical solutions from business specifications
- Implement quality assurance processes for business solutions
Bachelor of Information Technology
Bachelor of Information Systems
Bachelor of Information and Communication Technology
Bachelor of Science – Cyber Security
Bachelor of Data Science
Bachelor of Software Engineering
Bachelor of Computer Science
Bachelor of Advanced Computing
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Steps towards an Australian Skilled Visa
As the occupation of ICT Business Analyst is currently on the Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL), once qualified and with the necessary professional experience, it may be possible obtain a skilled or employer-sponsored visa that will allow you to continue to live and work in Australia once you have completed your Australian studies.
- Step 1 - Finish Your Eligible Course
- Step 2- Graduate Visa
- Step 3 - Finalise Your Skills Assessment
- 4 - Apply for a Skilled Visa
Complete your 2-year course
You will need to study a course or package of courses with a duration of at least 2 years, that will provide you with at least a Diploma level qualification. Your Study Gurus Counselor will help you enrol in a course that will meet the duration and qualification levels to become eligible to apply for a graduate visa.
Apply for your 485 Graduate Visa
After you have studied for 2 years and completed your vocational placement during your studies (most education providers will arrange this for you), you may be eligible to apply for and receive the Temporary Graduate Visa. You will need to obtain a provisional skills assessment and demonstrate your English proficiency. The graduate visa will allow you to live and work in Australia for up to 18 months so you can gain professional experience. Our team of migration agents will work with you through the graduate visa process.
Apply for a formal Skills Assessment
Before you can submit your 485 Graduate Visa Application your skills will need to be assessed by a relevant assessing authority as suitable for the nominated occupation. You must provide evidence that you have applied for a skills assessment when you lodge your application.
If your skills are assessed on the basis of a qualification you got in Australia when you held a student visa, the qualification must be from studying a course registered on CRICOS.
Each assessing authority has its own assessment procedures, timeframes and charges. Some assessing authorities only provide assessments that are valid for a set period.
Apply for a Skilled or Employer-Sponsored Visa
Upon receipt of your positive skills assessment, you may be eligible to apply for a General Skilled Migration Visa or for the employer sponsorship. Common visas available to a ICT Business Analyst include:
- 189 – Skilled Independent (subclass 189) – Points-Tested
- 190 – Skilled Nominated
- 482 – Temporary Skill Shortage – Medium Term Stream
- 494 – Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional (provisional) – Employer sponsored stream
- 491 – Skilled Work Regional (provisional) visa
*Applicants must meet the applicable visa eligibility criteria including qualifications, professional work experience, English proficiency, character
Job Outlook for ICT Business Analysts
Median Weekly Pay
$2,274 is the median earnings for a full-time ICT Business Analyst
Full Time Share
90% of the profession hold full time employment