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Information Technology is now a vital element in most industries and occupations. At TAFE SA you will receive practical, hands-on IT training in small groups. Your qualifications in this area can lead to employment as an IT manager, network technician, software designer, applications and analyst programmer, web designer, or multimedia professional. TAFE SA IT courses contain accredited training that can lead to an industry certification, as well as enabling further educational pathways at university.

Study with us in 2020. Applications are now open.

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New state-of-the-art cyber security training facility has launched

 A new state-of-the-art Training Security Operations Centre (TSOC) has launched at TAFE SA. The facility provides hands-on simulated training for highly sought-after cyber security professionals to help stem the worldwide growth of malicious cyber activity.

TSOC is the first of its kind in the state’s VET sector, with a red ‘attack’ room and a blue ‘defence’ room, that mirrors real-life scenarios, simulations, testing opportunities and interaction with other TSOC’s across the country. It also features the latest hardware and software from a variety of industry partners including CISCO, Microsoft, Fortinet, Splunk, IBM, HP Aruba, VMWare and Palo Alto.

View our Networking and Security courses, including the Certificate IV in Cyber Security (22334VIC). 

Applications are now open for 2020.

Apply now for Cyber Security

Malicious cyber activity is growing year on year and the Australian cyber security industry is tipped to triple in size over the next decade. TAFE SA is pleased to offer the Certificate IV in Cyber Security (22334VIC).

Developed in conjunction with the Australian Cyber Security Growth Network, this accredited course will enable you to walk away with a foundation knowledge and technical skill set to seek employment as a cyber security professional or begin a path to further study at university.

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Learn it at TAFE SA, then prepare for work with DXC Technology

Whether you’re just getting started or taking the next career step, you’ll benefit from a hands-on industry placement offered within the Certificate IV Program in Information Technology (Industry Placement Pathway) (ICT40115).

Provided in partnership with DXC Technology, this nationally accredited qualification simultaneously delivers face-to-face training on campus and hands-on experience at DXC Technology at Felixstow.

Your pathway to a career in IT support is just a click away.

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Information Technology courses for school students

TAFE SA can offer you vocational education and training (VET) for Schools as part of our nationally recognised training package. Courses are available to students from Years 10 to 12 as part of the normal school curriculum.

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South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE)

VET study also counts towards the South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE). It’s the perfect pathway into further IT study at TAFE SA, or it can prepare you for employment, an apprenticeship or traineeship. Our short courses provide a taste of the information technology industry, providing a good understanding of the scope and career options the industry can offer you.

Our teaching practices include workshops, tutorials, and demonstrations, online spaces, forums, electronic portfolios, online classes and face-to-face delivery. All of our courses are taught by highly qualified industry professionals, supported by hands-on practical activities and linkages to vendor certifications.

We encourage and welcome you to view our training facilities and meet with our trainers.

Studying Information Technology

Mark is a software engineer. He took at course in Information Technology at TAFE SA after suddenly being made redundant from his job in the wine industry. The course provided him with a pathway into University of SA and ultimately helped him win a job with IBM. Listen to Mark as he explains the benefits of undertaking practical information technology training at TAFE SA.