Commissioner's Information Bulletin 713

Information Technology and Telecommunications - Apprenticeships and Traineeships

Date of effect: 20 August 2021

In this new Commissioner's Information Bulletin: one apprenticeship vocation is repealed; sixteen traineeship vocations are established, one traineeship vocation is repealed and one traineeship vocation is varied as follows:

The following apprenticeship vocation is repealed and the associated qualification pathway deleted:

  • Telecommunications - Digital Reception Technology
    • ICT30215 Certificate III in Telecommunications Digital Reception Technology

The following traineeship sixteen vocations are designated and the associated qualification pathways established:

  • Information Technology – (Front End Web Development)
  • Information Technology – (Game Art and Design)
  • Information Technology – (Gaming Development)
  • Information Technology – (Game Programming)

The following traineeship vocation is repealed and the associated qualification pathways deleted:

  • Information Technology - Information, Digital Media and Technology
    • ICT20115 Certificate II in Information, Digital Media and Technology

The following traineeship vocation is varied and associated qualification pathways updated:

Additionally, all industrial instruments have been updated in alignment with the review of modern awards.

All other VTOs remain unchanged.

Superseded Bulletin

This Commissioner's Information Bulletin supersedes 696.

Qualifications, structure and packaging

Transition arrangements

Industrial arrangements

Competency based completion

School based apprenticeships and traineeships

Registered training organisations

Funding arrangements

Inspecting Vocational Training Orders

Enquiries

To sign up an apprentice or trainee call 1300 363 831. To find a job in an apprenticeship or traineeship search here.

For implementation of new pathways in relation to this Training Package profile, please contact Max Wilson, Communications, Finance Industries and Property Services Ltd (ACFIPS) NSW ITAB on mobile 0407 070 840.

David Collins
The Commissioner for Vocational Training


Job descriptions

Apprenticeships

Telecommunications - Network Build and Operate ICT30419 Certificate III level apprentice's will use this qualification as a pathway for specialised work across the occupation and technology streams as outlined below, on the National Broadband Network (NBN). This qualification may be undertaken as part of an apprenticeship. It provides individuals with skills and knowledge in a range of specialised NBN broadband industry occupations specifically for the national rollout of the high speed broadband infrastructure.
Apprentices will need to comply with safe working practices and specialise in one of the following four streams to be able to operate equipment and install systems on customer networks to enable efficient access and interconnection to the NBN broadband services. The specialised areas are:

  • Copper Cable Jointer - apprentices will be able to apply connection and jointing of copper cable, diagnosing and rectifying copper cable system faults, and migration, remediation and augmentation of copper services to maximise benefits of the high speed broadband connection.
  • Technician Fibre - apprentices will be able to diagnose and rectifying fibre system faults, work with active equipment, and performing integration and commissioning activities to maximise benefits of the high speed broadband connection.
  • Fibre Splicer - apprentices will operate and apply optical fibre handling skills to splicing, testing and fault finding on live fibre cable in the fibre distribution network for NBN broadband networks.
  • Technician Hybrid fibre coaxial (HFC) - apprentices will be able to apply connection and termination of HFC cabling, diagnosing and rectifying complex HFC system faults, and performing commissioning activities to maximise benefits of the high speed broadband connection.

Telecommunications - Technology ICT30519 Certificate III level apprentices will be assessing installation requirements, planning and performing installations, testing installed equipment and fault finding. It involves a degree of autonomy and may include some supervision of others. Work is performed according to known routines and procedures and there is some accountability for the quality of outcomes. The following specialisations can be achieved through selection of specific units of competency:

  • Optical Networks
  • Wireless Networks
  • Cabling Networks
  • Telecommunications Networking
  • Radio Communications

Traineeships

Information Technology – Applied Technologies ICT20120 Certificate II level trainees learn the foundation skills and knowledge to use information and communications technology (ICT) in any industry.

Information Technology - ICT30120 Certificate III level trainees will gain the skills and knowledge to competently work in a wide range of general information and communications technology (ICT) technical functions and achieve a degree of self-sufficiency as an advanced ICT user. Trainees at this level will support information technology activities in the workplace across a wide range of ICT areas, including technical support, network administration, web technologies, software applications and digital media technologies.

Information Technology ICT30120 Certificate III level trainees will gain the skills and knowledge to competently work in a wide range of general information and communications technology (ICT) technical functions and achieve a degree of self-sufficiency as an advanced ICT user. Trainees at this level will support information technology activities in the workplace across a wide range of ICT areas, including animation, cloud computing, cyber security awareness, technical support, network administration, web technologies, software applications and digital media technologies.

Information Technology (General) – ICT40120 Certificate IV level trainees learn the skills and knowledge to competently work in a wide range of general information and communications technologies (ICT) and to support a small to medium enterprise that require broader rather than more specialised ICT support.
Information Technology (General) – ICT50220 Diploma level trainees provide the skills and knowledge for an individual to manage, as an independent ICT specialist or as part of a team, the installation of a range of networks, including internetworking, security and e-business integration.

ICT40120 Certificate IV in Information Technology Specialisations

Information Technology (Database Development) – ICT40120 Certificate IV level trainees learn the skills and knowledge to design, build and effectively implement databases to meet client requirements. This includes design, develop data ware houses and test relational databases to meet client specifications. You will learn how to model a database for functionality and monitor database performance, backup and restore databases.

Information Technology (Database Maintenance) – ICT40120 Certificate IV level trainees learn the skills and knowledge to design, build and effectively implement databases to meet client requirements. This includes design, develop and test relational databases to meet client specifications and meets the legal obligations of data ethics legislation. You will learn to perform data analytics related to cleaning and verifying data obtained from a variety of sources.

Information Technology (Gaming Development) – ICT40120 Certificate IV level trainees learn the skills and knowledge to use 2D and 3D modelling software for animation to produce interactive games. In doing so you will need to identify and apply gaming design and playing principles, write scripts and narratives and story lines and build graphical user interfaces such as icons links and menus that operate on a range of platforms.

Information Technology (Networking) – ICT40120 Certificate IV level trainees learn the skills and knowledge to install, configure test hardware and software to specifications. Provide both on-site and remote technical support to clients. Install, configure and maintain managed IT Services including virtual machines and cloud technologies servers, desktops and laptops. This may include Cyber Security threat assess, risk management and mitigation

Information Technology (Programming) – ICT40120 Certificate IV level trainees learn the skills and knowledge to retrieve and manipulate information stored in information systems using a query language. You may be required to undertake introductory programming tasks using an object-oriented programming language and plan, design and build highly interactive and automated software applications using scripting language and undertake. This will include documentation debugging and necessary security and testing 

Information Technology (Systems administration support) - ICT40120 Certificate IV level trainees learn the skills and knowledge to connect, configure and reconfigure devices and hardware components and apply security measures to ensure information assets are protected and secured from cyber security threats and resolving errors on a live system. It will also include optimizing ICT systems performance, risk assessment recording and reporting procedures and updating and communicating client policy and support procedures. All while working under supervision in a frontline technical support capacity.

Information Technology (Web Development) – ICT40120 Certificate IV level trainees learn the skills and knowledge to scope web page requirements and create and implement designs according to internal and external client needs using web authoring tools. You will create interactive and responsive website layouts using appropriate client and scripts, protocols and standards. You will learn to maintain website content management systems; performance, security and perform operational acceptance testing. You will learn to secure and analyse technical data to ensure, operation of dynamic commercial websites.

ICT50220 Diploma of Information Technology Specialisations

Information Technology (Advanced Networking) – Diploma level trainees learn the skills and knowledge to design, build, test and install complex ICT networks. The job includes leading and facilitating teams, matching ICT needs with organisations strategic plans, regulatory, policy and ethical requirements. In doing so you will install operate and troubleshoot routers and switches in a network support technician role. You will be working in senior ICT networking role to design high security failure resistant ICT systems. You will be required to create, deploy, back up and manage virtualisation technologies and document the plans and outcomes.

Information Technology (Advanced Programming) – Diploma level trainees learn the skills and knowledge to use software and applications to design, develop, test, maintain and document program code in accordance with user requirements, and system and technical specifications. In such a role you will implement an Object Relational Mapping (ORM) framework and research, consult, analyse and evaluate system program needs according client specifications. You will identify technology limitations and deficiencies testing, debugging, diagnosing and correcting errors and faults in programming language within established testing protocols, guidelines and quality standards to ensure programs and applications perform to specification. You will provide high level advice, guidance and expertise in developing proposals and strategies for software design activities

Information Technology (Back End Web Development) – Diploma level trainees learn the skills and knowledge to work as software developers who are required to create, develop, test, implement and maintain new and existing websites and software applicable to a range of hardware platforms including  mobile phones. In doing so you will work and possibly lead a team of ICT software and game designers and testers in developing systems to specification using software management tools within budgetary constraints

Information Technology (Business Analysis) – Diploma level trainees learn the skills and knowledge to gather and process data to model, define and implement quality assurance processes and procedures in order to model data processes within an organisation. This will include developing and documenting complex technical requirements and risk minimisation strategies and solutions for the business and technology to ensure it is fit for purpose with regard to integrity, robustness and cyber security.

Information Technology (Cloud Architect) – Diploma level trainees learn the skills and knowledge to design and implement cloud-based infrastructure that is fault tolerant and scalable. In doing so you will use cloud management consoles, and web scaling technologies to design the networking architecture and micro service architecture. You will also develop test and finalise disaster recovery solution for cloud based ICT technologies.

Information (Cloud Engineering) – Diploma level trainees learn the skills and knowledge to use coding to implement cloud infrastructure, virtual networks and configure, deploy, update and monitor a range of technology resources of core cloud computing service. You will be required to manage cloud inventory and resources and audit, monitor and document mechanisms to automate tasks as required and finalise user documentation

Information Technology (Cyber Security) – Diploma level trainees learn the skills and knowledge to lead and facilitate teams that gather, analyse and interpret threat data, protect critical infrastructure and utilise design methodologies for security architecture. You will learn to develop, implement and evaluate critical incident response plans and review and update disaster recovery and contingency plans applying ethical, privacy and IP policies and regulations as part of the role.

Information Technology (Front End Web Development) – Diploma level trainees learn the skills and knowledge to lead and manage a team and apply your technical skills and knowledge to design user experience solutions, create and build complex and dynamic pages, sites and applications. You will be required to identify content and user needs, plan the web structure and navigation systems  In doing so, you will learn to determine develop, test, verify and validate complex cascading style sheets requirements and web pages.  

Information Technology (Game Art and Design) – Diploma level trainees learn the skills and knowledge to lead and manage a team and apply your technical skills and knowledge to create and implement designs for 3-D games environments including animated 3-D characters and sequences that perform smoothly and seamlessly. You will be applying your concept artistic, game designer and programmer and storytelling skills such as animated lighted, in managing the technical art and rigging in 3-D animations including rendering and finalising sequences.

Information Technology (Game Programming) – Diploma level trainees learn the skills and knowledge to lead and manage a team in researching, developing and implementing artificial intelligence (AI) solutions in complex 3-D games. You will use original and innovative ideas and industry-standard production techniques, to create functional games according to specific design briefs. You will apply the skills and knowledge required to build, test and debug graphical user interfaces to specification using 3-D games software for multiple platforms, applications and delivery modes.

Telecommunications - Engineering Technology ICT41219 Certificate IV level trainee will be advanced technicians (technical officers), team leaders or supervisors with a wide range of telecommunications skills who can install and maintain:

  • enterprise networks in emerging and converging technologies
  • optical and wireless equipment for high speed broadband network infrastructure
  • internet protocol (IP) based network telecommunications equipment
  • IP based networks in home networks and small and medium enterprises
  • telecommunications, data cabling and cabling products in line with the specifications of the access network owner
  • telecommunications access network cabling and infrastructure, systems and customer equipment

Trainees will be able to assess installation requirements of converging voice, video and data IP networks, plan and perform installations and test installed equipment and fault find. It may also involve a degree of autonomy and may include limited supervision of others. The following specialisations can be achieved through selection of specific units of competency:

  • Network Engineering
  • Optical Networks
  • Radio Communications.

Telecommunications - Network Build and Operate ICT20219 Certificate II level trainees will gain a pathway entry into work on the National Broadband Network (NBN) and obtain skills and knowledge in a range of NBN industry occupations, specifically for the national rollout of high speed broadband network infrastructure.

For employment as Telecommunications Linesworker trainees must comply with safe working practices and obtain occupational skills in one of three specialist technology streams including Fibre OR Copper OR Hybrid Fibre Coaxial (HFC).

Linesworker are operators who:

  • perform cable and infrastructure work underground, involving safe civil and construction work in site preparation, building of enclosures, installing mounting brackets and hauling of underground cables
  • perform work safely aboveground to install fibre or metallic aerial cable and infrastructure, including installation of aerial lead-in cables to customer premises and providing traffic management.

Telecommunications - Technology ICT20319 Certificate II level trainees a new entrant into the telecommunications industry who can apply a range of competencies within a varied work context from installation to operation of telecommunications equipment and products. Trainees can obtain generic skills or specialise in one of the following areas:

  • Cabling - trainees will be able to install telecommunications equipment, data cabling and cabling products on customer premises.
  • Networking - trainees will obtain specialised skills to operate limited range digital reception equipment for either a customer or an enterprise and they will perform limited fault finding on a range of digital reception equipment for both cable TV and free to air TV reception.
  • Radio Communications - trainees will obtain entry to the industry in a general area of installation of telecommunication radio communications equipment and connection of wireless base stations.
  • Rigging - trainees will obtain entry to the industry in a specialised area of installation of telecommunication equipment on high structures including radio towers or for installation and connection of wireless base stations.

Apprenticeships

Telecommunications - Network Build and Operate - Apprenticeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 29 February 2016
Updated 25 October 2019
Qualification
Terms of apprenticeship

Full-time:

  • 36 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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Probationary period 3 months

Telecommunications - Technology - Apprenticeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 29 February 2016
Updated 25 October 2019
Qualification
Terms of apprenticeship

Full-time:

  • ICT30519 Certificate III in Telecommunications Technology
    • 36 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
    • 30 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved where the trainee holds ICT20319 Certificate II in Telecommunications Technology

Part-time:

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Probationary period

Where the nominal term is:

  • up to and including 24 months - 2 months
  • greater than 24 months - 3 months

Traineeships

Information Technology - Applied Digital Technologies - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect

20 August 2021

Qualifications

Terms of traineeships

 

  • ICT20120 Certificate II in Applied Digital Technologies
    • 12 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

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School based

ICT20120 Certificate II in Applied Digital Technologies

The term for a school based traineeship will be calculated in months from the date of commencement to 31 December of the HSC year. During this period the school-based trainee must undertake a minimum of 100 days of on-the-job training.

Probationary period

2 months

Information Technology - (Back End Web Development) - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect

20 August 2021

Qualifications

Terms of traineeships

  • ICT50220 Diploma of Information Technology (Back End Web Development)
    • 30 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
    • 18 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved where the trainee holds ICT40120 Certificate IV in Information Technology

Part-time:

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Probationary period

Where the nominal term is:

  • up to and including 24 months - 2 months
  • greater than 24 months - 3 months

Information Technology - (Business Analysis) - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect

20 August 2021

Qualifications

Terms of traineeships

  • ICT50220 Diploma of Information Technology (Business analysis)
    • 30 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
    • 18 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved where the trainee holds ICT40120 Certificate IV in Information Technology

Part-time:

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Probationary period

Where the nominal term is:

  • up to and including 24 months - 2 months
  • greater than 24 months - 3 months

Information Technology - (Cloud Architect) - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect

20 August 2021

Qualifications

Terms of traineeships

 

  • ICT50220 Diploma of Information Technology (Cloud Architect)
    • 30 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
    • 18 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved where the trainee holds ICT40120 Certificate IV in Information Technology

Part-time:

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Probationary period

Where the nominal term is:

  • up to and including 24 months - 2 months
  • greater than 24 months - 3 months

Information Technology – (Cloud Engineering) - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect

20 August 2021

Qualifications

Terms of traineeships

  • ICT50220 Diploma of Information Technology (Cloud Engineering)
    • 30 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
    • 18 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved where the trainee holds ICT40120 Certificate IV in Information Technology

Part-time:

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Probationary period

Where the nominal term is:

  • up to and including 24 months - 2 months
  • greater than 24 months - 3 months

Information Technology - Cyber Security

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 17 August 2017
Updated 11 September 2020
Qualifications
Terms of traineeships Full-time:
  • 22334VIC Certificate IV in Cyber Security
    • 36 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved where the trainee holds ICT30115 Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology
    • 18 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved where the trainee holds ICT40120 Certificate IV in Information Technology

Part-time:

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Probationary period

Where the nominal term is:

  • up to and including 24 months - 2 months
  • greater than 24 months - 3 months

Information Technology – (Cyber Security) - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect

20 August 2021

Qualifications

Terms of traineeships

  • ICT50220 Diploma of Information Technology (Cyber Security)
    • 30 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
    • 18 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved where the trainee holds ICT40120 Certificate IV in Information Technology

Part-time:

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Probationary period

Where the nominal term is:

  • up to and including 24 months - 2 months
  • greater than 24 months - 3 months

Information Technology – (Database and Data) - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect

20 August 2021

Qualifications

Terms of traineeships

  • ICT40120 Certificate IV in Information Technology (Database Maintenance)
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
    • 18 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved where the trainee holds ICT30120 Certificate III in Information Technology
  • ICT50220 Diploma of Information Technology (Database and Data Management)
    • 30 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
    • 18 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved where the trainee holds ICT40120 Certificate IV in Information Technology

Part-time:

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Probationary period

Where the nominal term is:

  • up to and including 24 months - 2 months
  • greater than 24 months - 3 months

Information Technology – (Database Development) - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect

20 August 2021

Qualifications

Terms of traineeships

  • ICT40120 Certificate IV in Information Technology (Database Development)
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
    • 18 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved where the trainee holds ICT30120 Certificate III in Information Technology

Part-time:

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Probationary period

2 months

Information Technology - (Front End Web Development) - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect

20 August 2021

Qualifications

Terms of traineeships

  • ICT50220 Diploma of Information Technology (Front End Web Development)
    • 30 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
    • 18 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved where the trainee holds ICT40120 Certificate IV in Information Technology

Part-time:

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Probationary period

Where the nominal term is:

  • up to and including 24 months - 2 months
  • greater than 24 months - 3 months

Information Technology - (Game Art and Design) - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect

20 August 2021

Qualifications

Terms of traineeships

  • ICT50220 Diploma of Information Technology (Game Art and Design)
    • 30 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
    • 18 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved where the trainee holds ICT40120 Certificate IV in Information Technology

Part-time:

See part-time apprenticeships and traineeships

Probationary period

Where the nominal term is:

  • up to and including 24 months - 2 months
  • greater than 24 months - 3 months

Information Technology - (Gaming Development) - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect

20 August 2021

Qualifications

Terms of traineeships

  • ICT40120 Certificate IV in Information Technology (Gaming Development)
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
    • 18 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved where the trainee holds ICT30120 Certificate III in Information Technology

Part-time:

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Probationary period

2 months

Information Technology - (Game Programming) - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect

20 August 2021

Qualifications

Terms of traineeships

  • ICT50220 Diploma of Information Technology (Game Programming)
    • 30 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
    • 18 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved where the trainee holds ICT40120 Certificate IV in Information Technology

Part-time:

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Probationary period

Where the nominal term is:

  • up to and including 24 months - 2 months
  • greater than 24 months - 3 months

Information Technology - General - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 3 April 2015
Updated 20 August 2021
Qualifications
Terms of traineeships

Full-time:

  • ICT30120 Certificate III in Information Technology
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
  • ICT40120 Certificate IV in Information Technology (General)
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
    • 18 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved where the trainee holds ICT30120 Certificate III in Information Technology
  • ICT50220 Diploma of Information Technology (General)
    • 30 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
    • 18 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved where the trainee holds ICT40120 Certificate IV in Information Technology (General)

Part-time:

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School based

The term for a school based traineeship will be calculated in months from the date of commencement to 31 December of the HSC year. During this period the school-based trainee must undertake a minimum of 100 days of on-the-job training.

Probationary period

Where the nominal term is:

  • up to and including 24 months - 2 months
  • greater than 24 months - 3 months

Information Technology - (Networking) - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect

20 August 2021

Qualifications

Terms of traineeships

  • ICT40120 Certificate IV in Information Technology (Networking)
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
    • 18 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved where the trainee holds ICT30120 Certificate III in Information Technology
  • ICT50220 Diploma of Information Technology (Advanced Networking)
    • 30 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
    • 18 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved where the trainee holds ICT40120 Certificate IV in Information Technology

Part-time:

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Probationary period

Where the nominal term is:

  • up to and including 24 months - 2 months
  • greater than 24 months - 3 months

Information Technology - (Telecommunications Network Engineering) - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect

20 August 2021

Qualifications

Terms of traineeships

  • Diploma of Information Technology (Telecommunications Network Engineering)
    • 30 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
    • 18 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved where the trainee holds ICT40120 Certificate IV in Information Technology

Part-time:

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Probationary period

Where the nominal term is:

  • up to and including 24 months - 2 months
  • greater than 24 months - 3 months

Information Technology - (Programming) - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect

20 August 2021

Qualifications

Terms of traineeships

  • ICT40120 Certificate IV in Information Technology (Programming)
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
    • 18 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved where the trainee holds ICT30120 Certificate III in Information Technology
  • ICT50220 Diploma of Information Technology (Advanced Programming)
    • 30 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
    • 18 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved where the trainee holds ICT40120 Certificate IV in Information Technology

Part-time:

See part-time apprenticeships and traineeships

Probationary period

Where the nominal term is:

  • up to and including 24 months - 2 months
  • greater than 24 months - 3 months

Information Technology - (Web Development) - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect

20 August 2021

Qualifications

Terms of traineeships

  • ICT40120 Certificate IV in Information Technology (Web Development)
    • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved
    • 18 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved where the trainee holds ICT30120 Certificate III in Information Technology

Part-time:

See part-time apprenticeships and traineeships

Probationary period

2 months

Telecommunications - Engineering Technology - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 29 February 2016
Updated 25 October 2019
Qualification
Terms of traineeship

Full-time:

  • 24 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

See part-time apprenticeships and traineeships

Probationary period

2 months

Telecommunications - Network Build and Operate - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 29 February 2016
Updated 25 October 2019
Qualification
Terms of traineeship

Full-time:

  • 18 months or until the relevant competencies are achieve

Part-time:

See part-time apprenticeships and traineeships
Probationary period 2 months

Telecommunications - Technology - Traineeship

Vocational Training Order

Date of effect 29 February 2016
Updated 25 October 2019
Qualification
Terms of traineeship

Full-time:

  • 18 months or until the relevant competencies are achieved

Part-time:

See part-time apprenticeships and traineeships
School based

ICT20319 Certificate II in Telecommunications Technology

The term for a school based traineeship will be calculated in months from the date of commencement to 31 December of the HSC year. During this period the school-based trainee must undertake a minimum of 100 days of on-the-job training.

Probationary period 2 months
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