Certificate III

Description

The level 3 Certificate in Computing is designed to build up the skills and knowledge for people to perform a wide range of activities with the application of specific skills and knowledge required in the information and technology working environment. Participants will also be able to coach others in job skills, adapt and transfer skills and knowledge to new environment.

Entry Requirement

  • Complete year 13 (general education)
  • or has achieved level 2 certificate
  • or at least 3 years work experience in a related ICT area
  • Minimum 17 years of age

Outcome

Having complete this course the learner will be able to:

Certificate III in Computing (Hardware)

  • Operate a medium-sized mainframe computer
  • Follow prescribed standards and procedures, both oral and written operations concepts and procedures.
  • Perform computer building operations
  • Install and administer computer hardware
  • Work effectively with others; knowledge of computer

Certificate III in Computing (Support)

  • Determine software and hardware requirements to provide solutions to problems
  • Answer queries on software and hardware problems
  • Download and install appropriate software
  • Ensure efficient use of applications and equipment

Certificate III in computing (Network)

  • Operate external and internal network
  • Perform computer network cabling
  • Troubleshoot Network errors
  • Perform network internal management
  • Contribute to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.

Certification

All E.I.T courses are accredited by Vanuatu Qualification Authority and are recognisable throughout the Pacific region. To Successfully complete this course you must complete all units with an average score of 60% or higher in each unit assessed. Upon successful completion of this course, you will be awarded a Certificate III in Computing (Either Hardware, Support, or Networking).

Having a certified E.I.T document is a great way to celebrate and share your success in Information Communication Technology. Additionally it is:

  • Ideal to include in your Curriculum Vitae for job applications
  • Provide you with a pathway to further learning opportunities in the Pacific region

UNITS

Core Generic Units

  • ITCD0111 – Create user documentation
  • ITIO0211 – Install and optimize operating system hardware
  • ITDT0311 – Run standard diagnostic tests

Specialized Units

  • ITSI0412 – Use, communicate and search securely on the internet
  • ITPS0111 – Apply problem solving techniques to routine malfunctions
  • ITIC0712 – Interact with ICT clients
  • ITUA0111 – Use advanced features of computer applications
  • ITIT0212 – Identify and use basic current industry specific technologies
  • ITCA0111 – Provide IT advice to clients
  • ITME0411 – Maintain equipment and software
  • ITSS0611 – Support system software
  • ITPS0711 – Provide first level remote help desk support
  • ITBD0111 – Complete database backup and restore
  • ITTS0415 – Configure and troubleshoot operating system and software
  • ITOS1215 – Support different operating systems
  • ITTE0215 – Locate and troubleshoot IT equipment, system and software faults
  • ITHT0212 – Use hand and power tools

Elective Units

  • GSTE0612 – Contribute to team effectiveness
  • GSIR0312 – Identify, clarify and resolve problems
  • GSCJ0312 – Organize and Complete Daily Job Activities
  • GSOW0312- Organize Workplace Information

Core Generic Units

  • ITCD0111 – Create user documentation
  • ITIO0211 – Install and optimize operating system hardware
  • ITDT0311 – Run standard diagnostic tests

Specialized Units

    • ITNA0211 – Provide network systems administration
    • ITCH0311 – Connect internal hardware components
    • ITME0411 – Maintain equipment and software
    • ITCC0811 – Care for computer hardware
    • ITNT0911 – Migrate to new technology
    • ITIM0111 – Install and manage network protocols
    • ITCH0115 – Connect, maintain and configure hardware components
    • ITSH0515 – Select and employ software and hardware testing tools
    • ITPS0111 – Apply problem solving techniques to routine malfunctions
    • ITIC0712 – Interact with ICT clients
    • ITWE0212 – Work and communicate effectively in an IT environment
    • ITSI0412 – Use, communicate and search securely on the internet

Core Generic Units

  • ITCD0111 – Create user documentation
  • ITIO0211 – Install and optimize operating system hardware
  • ITDT0311 – Run standard diagnostic tests
  • ITIS0315 – Install and manage a server
  • ITWN0515 – Build a small wireless local area network

Specialized Units

  • ITSA011 – Provide basic systems administration
  • ITNA0211 – Provide network systems administration
  • ITDS0511 – Deploy software to networked computers
  • TCH0311 – Connect internal hardware components
  • ITME0411 – Maintain equipment and software
  • ITCC0811 – Care for computer hardware
  • ITNT0911 – Migrate to new technology
  • ITIM0111 – Install and manage network protocols
  • ITDA0211 – Identify and resolve network problems
  • ITCA0311 – Configure and administer a network operating system
  • ITAN0411 – Administer network peripherals