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Diploma of Information Technology Networking


Are you preparing for your first job, looking to upskill or planning a career change?
With no upfront fees, a Computer Power Diploma could be the right place to start.
Course Description

Course Duration

The Diploma of Information Technology Networking covers design,


installation and management of computer networks including virtualised,
wireless and cloud-based systems. You will also learn how to troubleshoot,
support and secure networks.

Average completion time is 16 months.

This qualification is suitable for individuals wanting to enter the IT


industry with the intention of establishing a career as a Network Services
Administrator, Network Security Coordinator or an IT Administrator.

Prerequisites

Computer Power in partnership with Holmesglen offer IT Diplomas that


provide the knowledge to achieve your International Vendor Certifications

Learning Outcomes
Design, installation and management of computer networks using
Windows Server 2012 R2
Installation and configuration of client desktops using Windows 8.1
Securing a network
Troubleshooting network problems
Configuring virtual and wireless networks
Professional development

Study schedules can be tailored to meet your


needs.

Successfully pass our entry assessment

Career Paths
Network Administrator
IT Administrator
IT Operations Administrator
Network Services Administrator
Network Support Coordinator
Network Operations Analyst
Network Security Coordinator
Network e-business Coordinator

Understand cloud computing

Fees

Certifications
As you progress through the course, Computer Power will give you the
opportunity to gain the following industry certifications:
Configuring Windows 8.1

Installing and Configuring


Windows Server 2012

Administering Windows
Server 2012

Configuring Advanced Windows


Server 2012 Services

CompTIA Network+

CompTIA Security+

CompTIA Cloud Essentials

Cisco Certified Network Associate

Course fee: $20,000


Computer Power and Holmesglen have entered into
an alliance which will provide students with access
to VET FEE-HELP, in addition to the combined
teaching and learning and student support offered
by Computer Power and Holmesglen. Holmesglen
will be the listed accredited training provider of your
qualification.

CWNP Certified Wireless


Technology Specialist

Computer Power believe that education should be affordable, accessible and most importantly, lead to an employment outcome.

Units of Competency

Recognition of Prior Learning and Credit Transfer

ICANWK529A Install and manage complex ICT networks


ICANWK507A Install, operate and troubleshoot medium
enterprise routers
ICANWK508A Install, operate and troubleshoot medium
enterprise switches
ICTTEN6206A Produce an ICT network architecture design
ICAICT418A Contribute to copyright, ethics and privacy in an
IT environment
ICAICT511A Match IT needs with the strategic direction of the
enterprise
ICAICT509A Gather data to identify business requirements
ICTTEN5201A Install, configure and test a server
ICTSUS5187A Implement server virtualisation for a sustainable
ICT system
ICANWK505A Design, build and test a network server
ICANWK503A Install and maintain valid authentication processes
ICANWK509A Design and implement a security perimeter for ICT
networks
ICANWK518A Design an enterprise wireless local area network
ICASAD506A Produce a feasibility report
ICAPMG501A Manage IT projects
BSBSMB412A Introduce cloud computing into business
operations

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and Credit Transfer (CT)


enables students to complete their qualification earlier, reduce
their study load and/or take on additional courses leading to
a second qualification. To determine their eligibility Computer
Power will assess the skills and knowledge students have
gained through life experiences and work that relates to their
Diploma. Their experiences are compared to the qualification
and/or units of competency in the qualification to determine
what they already know.

Study Pathways
Diploma of Information Technology Networking

If there is a match RPL/CT will be granted. Computer Power


will discuss RPL/CT with you to confirm your eligibility.

Didasko People Solutions


Computer Power students have access to the wealth of
experience of Didasko People Solutions a dedicated
recruitment arm providing Job Placement Services to all
students. Job Placement Services are available during
your course study, subject to the completion of a number
of foundation units. Didasko People Solutions have a wide
network of connections to both companies and recruiters, so
students gain greater access to a wider range of employment
opportunities.
From your first discussions with us to post graduation, Didasko
People Solutions are there to ensure you achieve your career
goals and realise your full potential. They do this by gaining an
understanding of where your skills lie, delivering the education
to fill skill-gaps, and by providing Career Guidance and Job
Placement support.

e-Campus

Bachelor of Information Technology

e-Campus provides remote access to Computer Power


courseware enabling students to complete their Diplomas
from anywhere within Australia.
e-Campus students receive the same courseware, Vendor
Certifications and support as on-campus students. Our
qualified instructors are available to assist during our opening
hours. Out of hours, students have access to the courseware
and our forums, which offer peer-to-peer support.
As part of our flexible offering, students are able to study both
on campus and via our e-Campus.
e-Campus is the perfect solution for students who require
convenience and flexibility, cant access ICT education in their
community, or for those who have mobility concerns.

people solutions

computerpower.edu.au

CRICOS Provider Code: 00012G


RTO No: 0416

( 1300 720 648

info@computerpower.edu.au Level 6, 332 St Kilda Rd, Southbank VIC

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