Interested in completing a certificate in Information, Digital Media and Technology but don’t know whether to complete a Certificate III or Certificate II? How do these two courses differ? Keep on reading to find out!
This is an entry-level qualification which provides students with the foundation skills and knowledge of information and communications technology (ICT), valuable in any industry. Graduates can find work as a data entry operator, office assistant, records assistant and junior office support. The course covers topics like using computer operating systems and hardware, working and communicating effectively in an ICT environment, operating application software packages, etc.
This qualification provides students with the skills and knowledge to be competent in a wide range of general information and communications technology (ICT) technical functions and be a confident ICT user for any industry. Individuals who complete this course and working at this level will support information technology practises in the workplace across a wide range of ICT areas, including technical support, network administration, software applications and digital media technologies. Graduates can find work as a help desk officer, help desk assistant, ICT operations support, ICT user support, website maintenance and technical support.
A Certificate II in Information, Digital Media and Technology will provide you with the basic entry-level skills and knowledge you need to work in an information and communications technology (ICT) role. However, a Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology will give you a more in-depthunderstanding and knowledge of ICT operations and will usually grant you access to better career opportunities, with more ICT responsibilities.
If you’re interested in completing either one of these courses, please contact KAL Training at 1800-244-438 or email@example.com for more information.