The education system in New Zealand covers a wide range of qualifications from certificates to PhD.
|New Zealand Certificate|
The education system in New Zealand is divided into 10 levels. High levels imply more complex learning.
|Study area||Information Technology|
|English level requirement||IELTS 6.0|
Do you always seem to be the person who people ask to help them with their IT issues? Do you enjoy problem solving and understanding how things work? Why not turn your curiosity and know-now into a career in Information Technology?
Gain a qualification that will allow you to work in the IT industry. This six-month, full time programme is designed for people who already have a basic understanding of computers, but want to develop this further.
The skills you will learn in this programme will enable you to apply for entry-level IT support roles in Tier 1 – first line of support.
Communication for IT
Computer Systems Architecture
Design and Development Concepts
Introduction to Software Development
Applicants under 20 years of age:
- NCEA Level 3 (60 credits at Level 3 or higher and 20 credits at Level 2 or higher); and
- a minimum of 10 credits at Level 1or above in Numeracy, made up of achievement standards; or
- a qualification considered to be equivalent to the above
Applicants aged 20 years or above:
No academic qualifications are required. Evidence to support an applicant’s ability to successfully undertake the Programme with a
reasonable likelihood of success may be requested.