This qualification provides the skills and knowledge for individuals to safely perform foundation digital literacy tasks using a personal computer and a range of software applications and digital devices.
|How to Apply||Please Enquire|
|AQF Level||Level 1: Certificate I|
There are no entry requirements, however basic literacy skills are essential for this program. Basic typing skills are helpful but not essential.
Student Outcomes, Career Opportunities and Occupations
This qualification provides foundation digital literacy skills to support a wide range of varying industry occupations.
Standard Course Structure
To successfully complete this course, students must complete 6 units, consisting of:
4 core units and 2 elective units.
|ICTICT101||Operate a personal computer|
|ICTICT102||Operate word-processing applications|
|ICTICT103||Use, communicate and search securely on the internet|
|ICTICT104||Use digital devices|
|ICTICT106||Operate presentation packages|
|ICTICT107||Use personal productivity tools|
Students commencing the course in February, May or August enrol into ICTICT101 first. Students commencing the course in April, July or October enrol into ICTICT103 first. Remaining units will be discussed with teaching team prior to enrolment.
Continuing students will need to discuss their next units with teaching staff prior to enrolment.
Course Assessment Information
There are seven course intakes for 2018, available in February, April, May, July, August, October and November.
Duration and dates
12 months part-time
|Course code||Course name||Short Course|
|ICT20115||Certificate II in Information, Digital Media and Technology||No|
|ICT30115||Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology||No|
What else might I find useful?
Financial assistance with fees may be available through concessions or via ‘Time to Pay’ payment plan. This and other information such as student support, study and library assistance can be found at www.cqu.edu.au/current-student
To apply, or to find out more about this course, contact the Student Advice Team on 13 27 86.
Is what I already know taken into account?
Yes. Your history of study, skills and experience does matter. Consideration is given to your prior life and work experiences as well as formal and informal training. This may be applied using the national standard for Mutual Recognition or through Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). Documentary evidence will be requested.