ICT professional association ISACA is offering a new certification which it says gives IT professionals the scope to boost their skillset in top emerging technologies and ensure their knowledge is up to date.
ICT professional association ISACA has launched a new certification - Information Technology Certified Associate (ITCA) - for students, recent graduates and those new to the IT profession.
Swinburne University of Technology has become the first university in Australia to achieve Adobe Creative Campus status as part of a global university initiative to ensure students have the digital literacy skills they require.
The massive telecommunications industry has been flunked badly by the Australian graduate community, with not one telco appearing among the top 75 graduate employers in a recent survey.
ICT services company NEC Australia has been ranked 27th among Australian companies which made the final list of the 2019 top graduate employers published by the Australian Association of Graduate Employers.
The Macquarie Telecom Group is partnering with the Dinner in the Sky by Vino Paradiso festival in Sydney which propels 22 people around a dinner table 50 metres into the sky.
More than 65 National Australia Bank and Telstra graduate employees aged 18-34 are taking part in a two-day challenge, creating their own technology solutions they think would help them make financially sound decisions.
Deakin University is claiming an Australian-first with its students and graduates to receive specialist video job interview training through a partnership between the university and global specialist video job interview training provider Montage Talent.
Students at the University of Canberra will be provided with key skills and opportunities needed to help them gain employment as part of the next generation of IT professionals entering the workforce in Australia, including in the public sector.
Less than half of Australia’s recent engineering graduates are working in their field, but most of them are likely to work in highly skilled and highly paid jobs, according to a newly published research report.
Getting a job and pursing a career path in different business or industry sectors may depend on the strength or weakness of a particular industry, and a newly released national report shows that 13 out of 18 industries have recorded growth in employment numbers over the last two years.
Nearly a third of Australian employers are looking to hire graduates from ‘preferred institutions’ – or universities - with a new report indicating they are becoming increasingly selective in a highly competitive graduate labour market.
The opportunity for 20 career-minded graduates to secure a permanent job at Vodafone is up for grabs with the telco today opening applications for its 2016 graduate program.
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is on the lookout for young people with IT skills to join its graduate program, with a guaranteed full-time job on successful completion of the program.
NEC is set to invest $25 million in Wollongong in the Illawarra region of New South Wales in a partnership with the University of Wollongong, creating around 100 new jobs and facilitating growth in the local ICT sector.
Many Australian employees are in fear of losing their jobs as technological advancements impact the workplace, while others see positive benefits from the impact of technology on business.
The Australian Computer Society continues to beat the drum on what it claims is the on-going abuse of the 457 Visa system by companies hiring immigrant workers ahead of local ICT graduates or to replace retrenched, older ICT workers.
More than 25% of Australian IT graduates from the 2012 academic year did not get jobs in their profession. What's more, those that do have a job are getting paid significantly less than graduates of engineering and other sciences.
Despite the supposed 'skills shortage,' IT graduates fare only slightly better than average in terms of employment, and a surprisingly large proportion find themselves in jobs where their degree isn't important.
TechnologyOne is in the midst of a transition to the cloud, so it's looking for graduates with the right skills to help it with the journey.
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