Diploma of Information Technology (Web development)
The Diploma of Information Technology (Web development) course is designed to train you in a wide range of web development skills. These skills are required to build and maintain commercial websites and web applications. The course not only covers front-end web development technologies but also covers many back programming and technologies.
Government-subsidised fees are available to eligible candidates for this course through Jobs and Skills WA.
The Diploma of Information Technology (Web development) course is designed to train you in a wide range of web development skills. These skills are required to build and maintain commercial websites and web applications. The course not only covers front-end web development technologies but also covers many back-end programming and technologies.
In this course, you will participate in the full life cycle of developing websites and web applications that includes
- gathering and analysing business and project requirements;
- developing strategy and concepts;
- designing information architecture and user experience solutions;
- setting up the development environment;
- developing, coding and configuring the web applications;
- testing and reviewing the web applications;
- website and web application security
- deployment on the cloud and web hosting.
Further Education Pathways and Course Packages
After you graduate from the National Institute of Technology with ICT50220 – Diploma of Information Technology (Web Development) qualification, you will be able to undertake a range of advanced diploma qualifications or an undergraduate degree at tertiary education providers.
You will be able to enter straight into:
NIT’s Advanced Diploma of Information Technology (Telecommunications Network Engineering) or
Bachelor’s degree program at Murdoch University, Southern Cross University and Edith Cowan University.
Up to 120 credits points (equivalent to 1.0 year*) towards
- U67 Bachelor of Information Technology
- Y89 Bachelor of Science – Cyber Security
- U65 Bachelor of Computer Science
Up to 24 points (equivalent to 1.0 year*) credit towards
- Bachelor of Information Technology (B1390) in:
- Business Information Systems
- Computer Science
- Internetworking and Network Security
- Mobile and Web Development
Up to 8 units (equivalent to 1.0 year*) credit
- Bachelor of Information Technology:
- Credit granted: 8 units, of a total of 24 (33% of the course) – 2 unspecified elective units; 5 unspecified units, as determined by the course coordinator; 1 specified unit.
* The duration of the undergraduate (bachelor) degree program with the University/HE provider may vary based on the sequence of units offered at the University/HE provider or the intake (semester) in which you commence the course at the University/HE provider.
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