Computer Systems and Telecommunications
Telecommunications programs are based on the nationally accredited Telecommunications Training package. It is sequenced – meaning you are required to progress through the various levels to the highest qualification. Telecommunication cabling, data cabling and optical fibre installation are some of the main skills required for the upcoming National Broadband Network (NBN).
The Advanced Diploma of Computer Systems Engineering is based on the nationally-accredited electrotechnology training package and gives you a blend of practical experience with computer hardware and software applications as well as a strong theoretical foundation.
Associate Degrees are relatively new qualifications in Australia. The degrees are broad-based and allow you to develop employment-related skills relevant to your discipline. Graduates may move into a wide range of positions in network engineering and gain pathways into the computer and network engineering degree.
- Associate Degree in Engineering Technology - this program includes a Computer and Network Engineering stream
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