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IT Foundations

A broad understanding of the fundamentals of information technology is essential no matter what areas you may later specialise in. You will acquire the base knowledge and skills to set up, use and maintain computers, computer networks, databases and websites for personal and business use. 

Areas examined include the hardware components of a computer, the fundamental principles of computer operation, classifications of computer software, the organisation, analysis and storage of data, the fundamentals of computer networking and the basics of web development.

What you will learn
  • How different areas of information technology all work together.
  • How computer hardware and software work together to run programs.
  • What is required to develop a computer program.
  • How IT devices are able to communicate with each other.
Only 70 hours of self-paced, online learning!

Networking Concepts

Networks form the platform for communication between devices located both in isolated systems and around the globe. You will learn of the models and protocols used in setting up a secure modern network, and how to configure and troubleshoot networking devices. You will develop skills in network design and use them to assist in the implementation of your own networks.

What you will learn
  • Foundational networking concepts that will enable you to understand network functionality and internetwork communication.
  • Purpose, structure, functionalities and protocols of the well-known models, Open System Interconnection (OSI) and TCP/IP.
  • Structure of an IPv4, IPv6 address, different IPv4 classes and how to optimise the address allocation using IP subnetting methods like FLSM and VLSM.
  • How IT devices are able to communicate with each other.
Only 70 hours of self-paced, online learning!

Project Management

Project management skills are invaluable to an enormous range of job roles, not just for those interested in a career in project management. After exploring the types of projects across industries and roles, the course focuses on developing the essential skills required to scope, plan, develop and execute a project within an allocated budget and timeline. This includes managing stakeholders, resources and reporting requirements. Traditional and Agile project methodologies are introduced, as well as the range of tools that can be used to manage the project’s life cycle.
What you will learn
  • How to lead and manage a project from inception to completion.
  • A range of project methodologies and frameworks, and how to choose an approach that suits your business and/or project.
  • Project software and tools available to manage the project life cycle.
  • The range of skills required by successful project managers.
  • How to communicate effectively with project stakeholders.
  • How to identify project risks and strategies that can be put into place to mitigate these risks.
Only 70 hours of self-paced, online learning!