Information Technology Courses

Information Technology courses offered

Accredited courses On-campus
ICT50315 Diploma of Information Technology Systems Administration Brisbane; Melbourne; Sydney

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  • Andrew

    Diploma of Information Technology (Systems Admin)

    I chose to study the Diploma of IT (Systems Admin) at Martin because I knew that after successfully completing the course I had options available. I could seek either employment or further education. I started looking for work within the IT industry when I graduated, but actually had an opportunity arise within IT Recruitment. My IT recruitment career blossomed as I had all of the technical knowledge from my studies at Martin...I now have been working in the IT Recruitment industry for 5 years, and am currently employed with EDS Australia (an International IT outsourcing company) working within the recruitment team sourcing potential IT candidates.

  • Mia

    Diploma of Information Technology (Systems Admin)

    I wanted to develop my interest in IT and a career in something I enjoyed doing, so I chose to complete a Diploma of IT (Systems Admin) at Martin. Every subject I studied at Martin is somehow incorporated into something that I do at work. I am currently working for Ericsson Australia Pty Ltd. My position is 'Provisioning Support Engineer'. We look after all 3G numbers in which we assist in any problems our customers may have with any of their services, SIM cards and handsets. We also monitor and implement fixes for the network. I couldn't have asked for a better employer.

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Career Starter Program

Martin's Career Starter Program offers you personal guidance so you can progress with real confidence to get started in the career you want. We want to ensure that you’re best positioned, while you study, to launch your career.

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Martin's campuses play home to purpose-built facilities, equipped with the latest in interactive classroom technologies, as well as sophisticated Mac labs, libraries, and 24/7 WiFi access. Even if you're considering online studies, you're always welcome to come in for support, study materials or just a comfortable space to study and socialise.

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Study information technologies at Martin College

The IT sector spans a diverse range of areas from computer hardware and software, networking and communications to web, telecommunications, multimedia and more.... Learn more

Information Technology courses and computer courses can lead you to exciting careers working with organisations to design, develop and implement IT solutions, which improve business efficiency and productivity.

Fundamentally, IT refers to both the hardware (e.g. personal computer) and software used to add, save, store, retrieve, and manipulate digital information. At the most basic level, you have a personal computer on to which is installed an operating system and then the software applications needed for such varied tasks as, for example, word processing, recording and sorting data, creative animation, website development, and graphic design. At Martin, our computer courses cover everything from IT basics to sophisticated network technologies, giving you the perfect platform from which to launch your career.

IT is a technical subject but this is only part of the skill set for today’s IT professional. Workplace skills are required such as teamwork, listening, telephone techniques and communication. These are essential, particularly when communicating solutions to non-technical business staff.