The Certificate I in Information, Digital Media, and Technology (ICT10115) is an entry level qualification for students needing basic computing and digital literacy skills. Students will learn how to operate a personal computer (PC) and create documents in popular word processing packages like Microsoft Word. Additionally the course covers the basic aspects of online security so students know how to communicate, browse and search safely on the internet.
The Certificate I in Information, Digital Media, and Technology (ICT10115) is a nationally recognised training qualification and part of the official Information and Communications Technology Training Package.
This course is ideal for people who have the following knowledge, skills or abilities:
You will be required to complete a number of units of competencey for this qualifiation. Example units have been provided below but may vary for each provider.
The Australian government provides funding to help students who are completing the ICT10115 Certificate I in Information, Digital Media and Technology. The type of funding you receive depends on the state that you live in.
There are eligibility requirements for each type of funding. Enquire with a course provider to check your eligibility.
Interest free payment plan
Most course providers offer flexible payment options for the ICT10115 Certificate I in Information, Digital Media and Technology such as weekly, bi-monthly, or monthly interest-free payments for those who do not wish (or are unable) to pay their tuition fees outright. There is usually a discount for those who pay their tuition fees upfront. Enquire with a course provider to find out more.
This is a nationally recognised course delivered by Registered Training Organisations (RTOs). RTOs are strictly regulated by the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA). This guarantees you will be studying a quality-assured and nationally recognised qualification.
Recognition of Prior Learning
RTOs are also able to offer Recognition of Prior Learning for work experience or formal qualifications you may have undertaken to shorten the time you have to study. Ask a course provider for more details during the enrolment process.