Australian Institute of ICT

At The Australian Institute of ICT you get to study your way; from anywhere, at any time. Their industry-recognised qualifications aim for you to hit the ground running as soon as you graduate.

The Australian Institute of ICT is Powered by DDLS, which means that you can study with confidence, knowing you have the backing of Australia’s leading provider of non-accredited IT training.

DDLS is the largest provider of vendor-certified ICT training in Australia, and launched AIICT in 2018 to provide those in the industry, or those looking to enter the ICT industry the most contemporary, relevant and future-focused skills for students to succeed in the ICT industry. As an operational division of DDLS, AIICT aims to provide quality, self-paced, and nationally-accredited ICT training, leveraging the experience, skills and knowledge DDLS has accumulated as leaders in this industry for more than 30 years.

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Certified Data Science Professional

(Study Method: Online)

The Certified Cybersecurity Professional course will teach you strategic ways to understand networking as a whole, and determine the security measures and defence needed to protect them. You will also discuss the common threats that organisations face including cyber attacks, hacking and the like.

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Certified Microsoft Full Stack Developer

(Study Method: Online)

The Certified Microsoft Full Stack Developer course is designed to give you the foundation-level learning path that will open you up to the fastest-growing industry of IT in Australia. In this course, you will learn the front and back-end skills required to build real-world applications with .NET. Among the development tools that you will learn to use include C#, SQL Server, ASP.NET MVC, Web API, Database Fundamentals, Microsoft Azure Fundamentals, Entity Framework Code First, Bootstrap, and Front-end.

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Certified Cybersecurity Professional

(Study Method: Online)

The Certified Cybersecurity Professional course will teach you strategic ways to understand networking as a whole, and determine the security measures and defence needed to protect them. You will also discuss the common threats that organisations face including cyber attacks, hacking and the like.

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