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HORNSBY TAFE IT DEPARTMENT

WHAT DOES THE FUTURE IN IT HOLD FOR YOU?

Courses Offered at Hornsby Campus Information Technology

In case none of our courses suit your needs please let us know what you would like to study with us so we would be able include that in our future course planning.

Please email one of the head teachers to let them know.

Head teacher: 

Nirmal Chowdhury nirmal.Chowdhury@tafensw.edu.au

or contact one of the course co-ordinators.

10304 - Information, Digital Media and Technology (Applications)

Course Award: Certificate III

This course is for people who want be competent in a wide range of general information and communications technology (ICT) technical functions and to achieve a degree of self-sufficiency as an advanced ICT user.

Persons working at this level will support information technology activities in the workplace across a wide range of ICT areas. This course provides you with the opportunity to develop specific skills in the use of a range of software applications.

Course flyer

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The next intake is for July 2014

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10306 - Information, Digital Media and Technology (Support)

Course Award: Certificate III

In this course you will develop skills in PC Support. You will be competent in a wide range of general information and communications technology (ICT) technical functions and to achieve a degree of self-sufficiency as an advanced ICT user. Persons working at this level will support information technology activities in the workplace across a wide range of ICT areas.

Course Flyer

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The next intake is for July 2014

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10324 - Digital and interactive games programming

Course Award: Certificate IV

This course will train you to develop software for the games and entertainment industries. You'll learn to be an excellent programmer, using multiple languages, and working with sophisticated games engines, art resources and databases to develop computer games. An important aspect of the course is learning to work as a team member - this is heavily emphasised by the Games Industry - where it is common for teams of 50 or more people to be working on a games project.

This course is part of an agreed pathway into the BSc Games at UTS. Students who complete this course with a Credit grade average may be eligible to enter the BSc Games with advanced standing, with potentially only two years of study to complete their degree.

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The next intake is for January 2015

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10315 - Web-Based Technologies

Course Award: Certificate IV

The course is designed for people wishing to pursue a career producing effective sites on the World Wide Web.  The skills you will develop span several areas including:

  • Creating standards based web sites using HTML and Cascading Style Sheets
  • Client-side programming using JavaScript and jQuery
  • Server-side programming using PHP and databases using MySQL
  • Search engine optimisation
  • Design Fundamentals
  • Adobe programs - Dreamweaver and Photoshop
  • Project development management techniques

Course flyer

The next intake is for July 2014

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10317 - Programming

Course Award: Certificate IV

This course provides skills in the designing, development and testing of commercial computer software. A person with these skills could provide in-house programming support for a unit or branch within an organisation, or develop programs for a variety of customers.

TAFE will train you in rigorous methodologies – you will learn how to plan and manage your work and the work of others while complying with enterprise standards. TAFE graduates are renowned for having strong technical skills and for delivering quality results. The qualification you can achieve through this course is part of a suite of qualifications from the National IT Training Package – and as such, the qualification will be recognised Australia-wide.

Course flyer

The next intake is July 2014

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10322 - Digital Media Technologies Interactive media

Course Award: Certificate IV

This course is for people who want to acquire knowledge and skills to pursue employment and/or further training in animation, digital art, interactive media authoring, media asset production or web design.

This course will train you to specialise in developing interactive multimedia applications for use across a variety of industry sectors, such as online content provision, training, marketing, etc.

Course flyer

Next intake is in July 2014

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10335 - Web Development

Course Award: Diploma

This course covers the skills and knowledge needed to plan, design, implement, test and maintain web applications.

The skills and knowledge you will learn span several areas including:

  • ASP.NET with C#
  • SQL and database design
  • Creating user friendly and functional web applications
  • Web security testing
  • Advanced PHP and MySql

Course flyer

Next intake is in July 2014

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23381 - Introductory Java

Course Award: TAFE Plus Statement This program is for IT software development professionals wanting to learn programming skills in this popular language. Non-programmers are also welcome, but must be prepared to spend extra time in self-study and practice. Participants have access to on-line learning resources to complement their study outside of the classroom.

29th July 2014

14th October 2014

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27197 - Website Design for Small Business

Course Award: TAFE Plus Statement

Small business faces challenges to grow in local and global markets. To meet these challenges, technology with a global reach is required. Web is the solution. A web catalogue or online brochure can increase product awareness worldwide giving global accessibility. 

On course completion participants should be able to understand and develop their own website. Specifically they should be able to: 

- Understand content management systems 

- Apply search engine optimisation in websites 

- Apply online marketing in websites 

- Understand web hosting technology 

- Understand e-mail basics and online communications

29th July 2014

20th October 2014

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28637 - SQL - Intermediate

Course Award: TAFE Plus Statement

Learn to write and apply various SQL commands, stored procedures, and functions to manipulate data in a relational database. You will learn how to use various SQL operators, views, and triggers. The database software used can be MySQL or MS SQL Server. This course can be customised for company/enterprise environments and delivered in the workplace

25th August 2014

10th November 2014

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