Information Technology

IT Brochure

Information Technology emphasises problem solving and team work skills for a rapidly changing society. A knowledge of information technology is becoming more and more necessary for daily life at home, work and in education. Just one of the units will give you invaluable skills for the workplace, further study or personal use. A full course will give you good preparation for university study.

Within the IT course, there are a number of pathways available, catering for a wide range of student interests. Students may choose to follow a distinct pathway, or they may combine units from different pathways.

The full course gives you strong preparation for further study at university or CIT. Over the two years you may receive a Certificate 2 in Information Technology, a nationally accredited Vocational Qualification, and work towards a Certificate 3. This provides you with advanced standing or credit towards further studies.

The four streams available cater to student's interests and aspirations.

  • Applications - IT concepts, Publishing and Databases, Spreadsheets and Presentations;
  • 3D Animation - Digital Graphics and Animation using 3D studio max, Studio MX, and Premiere;Web Design - HTML, DHTML, Javascript, Dreamweaver; Fireworks, PHP and MYSQL;
  • Programming - Program Design using Java and Flash Actionscript.

Students may also undertake research and projects units.

Computer Operation (A/V)

This accredited course emphasises problem solving and is creatively oriented to provide the opportunity for students to develop computing skills which you will need in future employment or study.

Regardless of your package of study, you will need computer skills to assist in and deliver effective communication.

Units available are:

- Desktop publishing, spreadsheet presentations and databases

- Event Driven Programming

- Animation and Graphics

- Hardware and Network fundamentals

- Workplace learning (work placement)

Business Administration (A/V)

There is increasing pressure on students to be computer competent and in the near future, most jobs will require a high level of computer literacy. This nationally recognised vocational accredited course gives students the opportunity to gain these skills.

In addition to this, students will also gain many skills in office management which will improve their employment prospects. Successful students who complete the course will gain Certificate II, which will give them advance standing for courses at a TAFE or other recognised training organisation.


For further information contact the Executive Teacher of Information Technology or refer to the Information Technology section of the Student Directorypdfsmall (169 kb).