Learn how to use a computer for work

Basic computer literacy is needed in many workplaces. TAFE SA digital literacy courses prepare you for the workforce or future study. You’ll learn about different kinds of computer hardware and software and how to use them. Main topics include computer skills such as using email, finding information on the internet and creating a variety of business documents. Course also cover social media, troubleshooting and online safety.

Video: Digital Literacy

Tracey is a systems network technician. After being a stay-at-home mum for 12 years, she took a Certificate II in Information Technology at TAFE SA to learn word processing, but found that she had a broader interest in IT as her studies progressed. She now works at a school and helps looks after a student network of over 700 laptops. Listen to Tracey as she explains the benefits of studying IT at TAFE SA.

Certificate II in Information Technology

Digital Literacy Courses

Award Courses Help… National Code
Certificate I in Information, Digital Media and TechnologyICT10115
Certificate II in Information, Digital Media and TechnologyICT20115
Certificate II Program in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways (Information Technology)
Skill Sets Help… National Code
Computing and Application Fundamentals Skill SetICTSS00044
Computing Fundamentals Skill SetICTSS00045
Digital Literacy - eCitizen Skill SetICTSS00046
Digital Literacy Skill SetICTSS00047
Apprenticeships and Traineeships Help… National Code
Certificate II in Information, Digital Media and TechnologyICT20115
Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islanders Help… National Code
Certificate I in Information, Digital Media and TechnologyICT10115
* Eligibility criteria applies. See course details to check if you meet the requirements for funding.