Global ICT services giant CSC and Tasmanian vocational education and training provider TasTAFE have launched a new partnership, providing for the island state’s TAFE students to gain real world experience working at CSC Hobart’s Centre of Excellence (COE).
The Victorian Branch of the Australian Education Union has reacted angrily to the latest collapse of another private training company leaving thousands of students with huge debts and no qualifications.
Online vocational education institute Open Colleges has launched its Certificate 1V in IT which it says is aimed at equipping Australian workers interested in an IT career with the necessary skills to take advantage of the “new wave” of job opportunities in the ICT sector.
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Thanks David, and thanks iTWire for continuing to cover this.