ICT50315 Diploma of Information Technology Systems Administration
Sydney, Melbourne Brisbane, Online Learning
Get technically savvy with the Diploma of Information Technology Systems Administration at Martin. We'll teach you how to develop effective network systems, provide troubleshooting and support for those systems and your clients, and to master system security. Our course gives you real world practical experience, and will gear you as a problem-solver, ready to tackle work in an IT role, maintaining, modifying and managing computer systems.
This qualification provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to be competent in administering a variety of networked computer systems. The qualification has a strong information technology base of core units and will also focus on learners being able to develop their practical skills in such areas as:
- Managing ICT projects using new network technologies
- Managing enterprise networks using Windows Server
- Implementing virtual solutions using VMware ESXi and Microsoft Hyper-V
- Securing enterprise systems and networks
- Designing and implementing help-desk solutions
- Designing and implementing server solutions for digital communications.
Course at a glance
On-campus full-time: 36 weeks of tuition + 2 weeks holiday (3x 12 week semesters with a one week break between each) – a maximum of 4 days per week study
On-campus part-time: Not Available
Online full-time: 36 weeks of tuition + 2 weeks holiday (3x 12 week semesters with a one week break between each) – equal to 4 days per week study
Online part-time: 72 weeks of tuition + 5 weeks holiday (6x 12 week semesters with a one week break between each) – equal to 4 days per week study
International Students may only study on-campus full-time, for the duration stated above
On Campus: This training is delivered using a combination of on-campus learning at the Martin training centres, and online education. You will need to attend one of our campuses 3 days per week if you choose to study using blended delivery.
Online Learning: This learning and training is completely through online arrangements.
Entry requirements vary per course; please contact one of our Student Enrolment Advisers for more information on 1300 762 129.
Entry requirements >
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
RPL is an opportunity for you to receive recognition of your previous skills and knowledge you have acquired from work experiences, life experiences, and/or through recent formal studies. Through the RPL assessment process you may be able to gain recognition in Units of competency within this course or the entire course. For further information on RPL,
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As within any study, students are required to complete a
variety of assessments. In this course assessments may
include case studies, research projects, demonstration of
skills, video submissions, role-plays and written
Martin College has a range of support services available if
the need arises, including:
- Learning Skill support
- Language Literacy and Numeracy support
- Disability Services
- Counselling Services
- Career Advise
- IT Help
Upon successful completion of this course Martin will issue your nationally recognised qualification ICT50315 Diploma of Information Technology Systems Administration
Payment Options & Fees
Martin offers a number of flexible payment options to ensure that financial capacity does not get in the way of achieving your goals.
You can choose from one of three options; pay your course fees in full upfront, or opt for a convenient weekly, fortnightly or monthly payment plan.
To find out more, contact one of our Student Enrolment Advisers on 1300 762 129.
Additional costs are separate from the tuition costs and these may include costs such as textbooks, uniforms and resource kits. For further information regarding this course's additional costs, contact one of our Student Enrolment Advisers on 1300 762 129.
Units of Competency to be Delivered
To achieve this qualification, a total of 19 units of competency must successfully attained. These include 10 core units and 9 elective units chosen by martin and they are as listed below:
- BSBSUS501 Develop workplace policy and procedures for sustainability Core
- ICTICT418 Contribute to copyright, ethics and privacy in an IT environment Core
- ICTICT509 Gather data to identify business requirements Core
- ICTNWK513 Manage system security Core
- ICTSAS406 Implement and hand over system components Core
- ICTSAS502 Establish and maintain client user liaison Core
- ICTSAS505 Review and update disaster recovery and contingency plans Core
- ICTSAS512 Review and manage delivery of maintenance services Core
- ICTSAS515 Manage the testing process Core
- ICTTEN516 Produce technical solutions from business specifications Core
- ICTICT511 Match IT needs with the strategic direction of the enterprise Elective
- ICTICT514 Identify and manage implementation of current industry specific technologies Elective
- ICTNWK501 Plan, implement and test enterprise communication solutions Elective
- ICTNWK504 Design and implement an integrated server solution Elective
- ICTNWK505 Design, build and test a network server Elective
- ICTPMG501 Manage ICT projects Elective
- ICTSAS517 Use network tools Elective
- ICTSUS501 Implement server virtualisation for a sustainable ICT system Elective
- ICTNWK511 Manage network security Elective