Whether you are starting from scratch or wish to upgrade your existing skills, TAFE Western has an extensive range of Information Technology (IT) course options still available for 2016.
“I’d like to remind everyone across our entire footprint, which is half of NSW, that we are still accepting enrolments for a number of exciting IT courses,” TAFE Western IT Head Teacher Roxanne Streatfeild said.
“So if you are a beginner or want to upgrade your skills or expand into different areas, we have a number of courses perfect for people of all ages and skills.
“The best part about these courses is many of them are offered face-to-face at our major colleges, but many are also available via TAFE Western Connect (TWC), which is mobile learning and perfect for those in rural and remote locations.
“If interest is great enough at our smaller community colleges, we will also ensure face-to-face learning options.”
TAFE Western is still accepting enrolments in the following courses:
“TAFE Western will also shortly accept enrolments for a short course to create websites, perfect for small business owners, as well as Cisco NetAcad CCNA R&S 1 and Cisco NetAcad CCNA R&S 2 courses which would be good for people wishing to progress into the Certificate IV or Diploma Networking courses or as part of their Cisco CCNA Certification,” Ms Streatfeild said.
“Short courses will be fully subsidised for eligible people, meaning there’s never been a better time than now to consider an IT course with TAFE Western.”
Ms Streatfeild said a new email list was being created for those who would like to keep up-to-date with all new IT courses available at TAFE Western. If you would like to be added to the list, or would like more information about this year’s courses, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 6391 5718.