Programming Courses

Hundreds, if not thousands of hours go into the development of every computer program. The majority of these hours are dedicated to programming. Programming is a general term referring to the process of writing and developing computer programs, from analysing requirements through to coding, testing and debugging the end product. Programming courses prepare students for careers in digital, multimedia, games or system programming. So whether you want to design video games, develop apps or just generally work behind the scenes in IT, a career in programming could be your calling.  

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Australian Institute of ICT

The Certificate IV in Information Technology (Systems Administration Support) (ICT40120) from AIICT provides a solid base of knowledge and highly regarded skills to equip you for a range of ICT roles. With technology at the heart of every modern organisation, broad technical skills including critical thinking, project support, systems administration support, maintenance, fault finding and troubleshooting are more important than ever. And they are in demand.

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Certificate IV in Information Technology (Systems Administration Support)

The Certificate IV in Information Technology (Systems Administration Support) (ICT40120) from AIICT provides a solid base of knowledge and highly regarded skills to equip you for a range of ICT roles. With technology at the heart of every modern organisation, broad technical skills including critical thinking, project support, systems administration support, maintenance, fault finding and troubleshooting are more important than ever. And they are in demand.

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