The IT sector in Australia is growing rapidly. A recent IBIS report revealed that ICT as we know it – enhanced with high-speed broadband, will become Australia’s most important utility of this century. By 2050, it is expected to generate over $1 trillion in revenue.
Are you suited to a role in IT? Are you good at:
* Logical thinking
* Showing attention to detail
* Mathematics and
* Data manipulation (for programming)?
1. Good money
According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics people working in Information Media and Technologies earn on average per week $1672.
2. Constant change
Information Technology is constantly changing, programs are updated, systems changed and new technologies developed. If you don’t like routine IT is for you. Think about it, right now some of the big things in IT are mobile computing, cloud computing, and social networking, none of these things were major considerations ten years ago.
3. High demand
IT is one of the fastest growing industries in Australia. New technology is constantly and rapidly being developed to meet user requirements. This means that IT professionals are in high demand.
4. Valued skills
Having a Degree or IT computer diploma adds value. Performing tasks that others can’t, means you are appreciated by people throughout the business you work for. You assist people with support and help them by building solutions to their problems.
5. Varied roles and situations
Working in IT offers you great flexibility; you can work from varied locations and have flexibility of working hours. IT employees can often start earlier or finish later as the focus is about getting the job done. Problems don’t always occur between nine and five.
IT professionals may work as Systems Administrators, Networking, Website Developers, and Software Developers or in a specialized area.
To find out how to start your IT career visit www.computerpower.edu.au for IT courses. Computer Power believe that education should be affordable, accessible and most importantly, lead to an employment outcome.
Computer Power Institute (CPI) provides Australia’s most respected and affordable online diploma of it networking, Information Technology, Networking, Software Development, and diploma of Web Development.
Computer Power and Holmesglen have entered into an alliance which will provide students with access to VET FEE-HELP, in addition to the combined teaching and learning and student support offered by Computer Power and Holmesglen. Holmesglen will be the listed accredited training provider of your qualification.
VET FEE-HELP is an Australian Government loan scheme that helps eligible students pay their tuition fees for it courses in it undertaken at an approved provider (Computer Power Institute, through our partner Holmesglen TAFE, is approved by the Australian Government to offer VET FEE-HELP loans to eligible students).
Computer Power Institute (CPI) provides affordable, accessible IT Diplomas and Online IT Diploma with International Vendor Certifications that lead to an employment outcome. Computer Power provide IT courses in Networking, Software Development and Website Development designed for individuals with little or no vocational experience through to those currently holding senior roles in industry. Computer Power Diplomas are an alternate pathway into a University Degree.