So you're interested in the ICT30120 - Certificate III Information Technology (Release 3) qualification - but you've got a special interest in Web Development too? Then this is the perfect place for you because we've put together a specifically selected set of units for this course - designed for anyone looking to get more focus in Web Development.
Our ICT30120 - Certificate III in Information Technology - Focus on Web Development is a qualification that can provide you with the training across the ICT fundamentals and to explore some electives in web development. If you decide to go on to further study, this qualification can be a stepping stone to careers like Web Developer or Web Designer.
Studying this course can be beneficial if you have an interest in website development but also want to learn about topics and concepts that can be generally applied to the ICT industry. This means you'll receive training that can help boost your transferable skills in teamwork and critical thinking, as well as learn core areas on websites like building web pages and producing digital images for the internet. You’ll explore both the technicalities of building websites from scratch and its supporting technologies.
What you'll learn
This qualification comprises units that can equip you with the skills and knowledge needed to undertake an entry-level role in the IT field. You'll also study some website development electives, which can be beneficial if you plan on pursuing roles with websites as a focus.
In this course, you'll learn to:
- Build simple web pages
- Produce digital images for the web
- Evaluate characteristics of cloud computing solutions and services
- Identify and report online security threats
Other personal skills you may learn along the way include:
- Team collaboration
- Critical thinking
- Problem-solving skills
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Work in a simulated workplace
In order to feel "work-ready" in the ICT industry, Upskilled ensures that you're working on real world scenarios.
By offering a simulated workplace, you'll get the chance to work on tasks that are commonly done in an ICT work environment. You'll have access to the simulated workplace via our customised learning platform, MyUpskilled. The aim of working in the simulated workplace is to set a context to the assessment tasks you would be required to complete.
By choosing Upskilled, you'll gain access to supplementary resources that can help with your studies. These inclusions aim to enhance your online learning experience, making it interactive and engaging. These include:
- Access to Upskilled's customised learning platform, MyUpskilled
- Student Support Team
- Specialist trainers
- Online tutorials
Video content access to:
- LinkedIn Learning
Recognition of Prior Learning / Credit Transfer
You may be eligible for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) or Credit Transfer (CT) provided that you have supporting evidence of any prior education and work experience. This can either reduce your study load or shorten the duration of your course. Prior to enrolment, please speak with your Education Consultant for further details.
Following enrolment, you can request further information from Student Support. A trainer will then be assigned to assess your eligibility for RPL and/or CT.
This course will have you undertake summative and formative assessments, write reports and/or create a portfolio, and participate in role-playing scenarios. You'll also be working on a variety of projects that require your own research as well as answering various written/oral questions that apply the theory you learn into practice.
Markup Languages and Applications
The ICT30120 - Certificate III in Information Technology - Focus on Web Development will have you explore integral markup languages that can provide you with the skills and knowledge to pursue career opportunities as a developer.
There are plenty of benefits that come with learning specific markup languages if you intend on having a long-term career in web development. These include:
- Preparedness for career success: Knowing specific languages can put you ahead of the career game as you'll have the opportunity to be able to solve problems quickly the more languages you know. Developers who have a broad knowledge of different languages are ahead of the game because the results are different for each one, so it helps to know several when problem-solving.
- Increased salary potential: Employers are willing to pay more if you know any of the trending markup languages. As a developer, you're expected to keep yourself updated with the latest trends so possessing knowledge of several languages or being willing to learn more can work to your advantage. Employers are willing to pay for your expertise, especially if you know languages that are valuable to the company.
- Having a versatile skill set: Knowing multiple languages means you'll be able to work on interesting projects, which can give you variety across your job responsibilities. By only knowing one language, you risk yourself of doing the same thing over and over, which can lead to boredom. Having knowledge of a variety of languages means you'll better adapt to the changes of the industry and have a versatile skill set, making you sought-after by employers.
The markup languages you will learn in this course include:
Hear from our students about their experience studying with Upskilled:
- HTML: This markup language is used for structuring a web page and its content. HTML is known for its easy integration in other programming languages.
- CSS: This language is used for describing the presentation of web pages, including colours, layout and fonts. By using CSS, developers have control over the look and feel of a website.