ICT40120 Certificate IV in Information Technology

Certificate IV in
Information Technology

Looking to kickstart a career in IT? Our Certificate IV in Information Technology is a great place to start! You will be learning the fundamentals of Information Technology and will gain experience in all areas of IT in a professional setting.

Did you know?

Australia’s job ads are up 70% in the last year, with software engineers, network professionals and data admin being the jobs in highest demand.
(Accenture for the NSW Skills, 2022)

Course Code: ICT40120
CRICOS Code: 108187J
Delivery mode:  Blended Learning 
Course Duration: 1 Year
Location: Sydney Campus

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Did you know that the IT industry is one of the current highest growing in terms of careers and opportunities? 

By studying a Certificate IV in Information Technology, you could be well on your way to a career with extensive growth. With IT support technicians earning a weekly salary of $1,300, this can grow to up to $3,000 per week working as an ICT Manager (Jobs and Skills Aus Gov).

This qualification builds skills and knowledge in the fundamentals of modern IT environments, the basics of cybersecurity, as well as the design process of website building from start to finish. You will be equipped to develop dynamic and functional websites, integrate databases and interpret threat data.


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What Employable Skills You Can Expect To Learn

Web Design
Programming Foundations
Cybersecurity Essentials
Mastering Operating Systems
Software Development Lifecycles
Ethics and Compliance in ICT


$1.6 Trillion

Tech industry market is worth $1.6 trillion



Job postings in 2nd quarter of 2020



Jobs will be automated in the next three years

If you’re looking to launch your IT career and develop a wide understanding of ICT technologies, this qualification could be perfect for you.

The skills learned from this course prepares the individual to work as a:

  • Business Analyst
  • IT support
  • Programmer
  • Website Developer




Create basic relational databases


Apply query language in relational databases


Identify and evaluate emerging technologies and practices


Configure and troubleshoot operating system software


Install and operate small enterprise branch networks


Apply critical thinking to work practices


Determine and confirm client business requirements


Design website layouts


Create responsive website layouts


Create and style simple markup language documents


Build a user interface


Apply introductory programming techniques


Apply introductory object-oriented language skills


Test software developments


Identify and resolve client ICT problems


Provide first-level remote help desk support


 Comply with IP, ethics and privacy policies in ICT environment


Work collaboratively in the ICT industry


Contribute to cyber security risk management


Run vulnerability assessments for an organisation 

Every student will have an initial interview to assess their individual learning needs and their language, literacy and numeracy skills.

• Completed Australian Year 11 or equivalent
• IELTS 6.0 English language equivalence if a non-native English speaker
• Be aged over 17 for Domestic Students and over 18 for International Students.

Blended learning – 33% online and 67% face-to-face learning.

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