The Advanced Diploma of Computer Systems Technology is a course focused on high-end networking and programming skills, enabling students to seek work as a network engineer, networks administrator or systems developer.
After completion of this course, students will be expected to be able to install, configure and administer advanced secure routing and switching networks, setup secure wireless networks, configure Voice over IP and administer Linux networks. Students will learn advanced object oriented programing, develop mobile apps, server scripting and network programming. They will also develop skills in project management.
The course covers Cisco CCNA 3 and 4, CCNP Switch, Voice over IP, Linux administration, network and wireless security, advanced object-orientated programming, mobile apps, network programming, server scripting and project management.
Units of study
Configure, verify and troubleshoot WAN links and IP services in a medium enterprise network (ICTNWK506)
Install, operate and troubleshoot medium enterprise routers (ICTNWK507)
Install, operate and troubleshoot medium enterprise switches (ICTNWK508)
Design and implement a security perimeter for ICT networks (ICTNWK509)
Install and manage complex ICT networks (ICTNWK529)
Plan, configure and test advanced server based security (ICTNWK602)
Design and implement wireless network security (ICTNWK607)
Manage ICT project systems implementation (ICTPMG608)
Plan and direct complex ICT projects (ICTPMG609)
Apply intermediate object-oriented language skills (ICTPRG527)
Build a dynamic website (ICTWEB501)
Create dynamic web pages (ICTWEB502)
Design and implement a security system (ICTNWK601)
Design and implement an enterprise voice over internet protocol and a unified communications network (ICTTEN512)
Design and implement an integrated server solution (ICTNWK504)
Design, build and test a network server (ICTNWK505)
Design and configure secure integrated wireless systems (ICTNWK605)
Plan and configure advanced internetwork switching solutions (ICTNWK604)