For as long as the cloud has been discussed as a business opportunity, discussion around how to secure it has not been too far behind. Cloud has served as the catalyst to an array of technology initiatives with ever-evolving security requirements like “bring your own device” (BYOD), remote working and the internet of things (IoT), […]Read more
DDLS, Australia’s largest provider of corporate ICT and cybersecurity training, today introduced a course in cybersecurity that will take students with no ICT background to three internationally recognised cybersecurity certifications in less than six months. The Certified Cybersecurity Professional course will be delivered by the Australian Institute of ICT (AIICT), a division of DDLS, and […]Read more
Gone is the pressure of grabbing that first university offer – these days, Australians (and students across Europe and most recently, America) are taking on the “gap year”: a year-long break in between studies to learn more about themselves, their goals, and the world around them. Studies show that one in four school-leavers now decide […]Read more
HSC is a daunting time for Australia’s high school students, with some labelling it as a “taxing experience” or even a “blood sport”. This year, 67,915 students are on track to completing their HSC exam – making it the most popular academic credential in the country for 2019. Unfortunately, this also means that thousands of […]Read more
Now that your HSC is done and dusted – what’s next in life after high school? Though there’s that strong sense of achievement (and relief!) of finally gaining your diploma, it’s often daunting taking that next big step. But with enough careful thought and research, it doesn’t have to be. Once your high school years […]Read more
The rising growth of technological innovations has forecasted strong growth for Australia’s IT industry in the coming years to 2023. Specifically, 758,700 workers are estimated to make up the field within the timeframe, as detailed by the 2018 Australia’s Digital Pulse Report. Program enrolments have also escalated in previous years, surging to a high of […]Read more
Few things are both as exciting and intimidating as stepping foot in a new industry (especially for first-time workers). However, a lack of experience in your field can prove a great employment barrier – a prominent struggle among many young Australians. In 2018, the Foundation for Young Australians released a report on this very issue. […]Read more
Australia’s Information and Communications industry continues to be one of the nation’s leading fields, expected to rake in $139 billion by 2020 (and comprising 7% of the country’s total GDP). Employment hit an all-time high in 2018, with a total of 247,600 ICT workers – projected to only further expand until 2023. To top it […]Read more
Whether you’re in data analytics, development, or engineering, Australia’s information technology industry has plenty of bright career prospects in store. According to the latest Hays Salary Guide, 53% of employers intend to increase the IT staff levels in the 2019-2020 financial year. With continuous innovations in the field, embracing these technological changes is necessary for […]Read more
Australia has made a name for itself in the world of online learning, pioneering world-renowned distance education programs since the early 1990s. The industry has since entered mainstream academia, with now over 1,000 online education providers. This mode of education currently rakes in $5 billion dollars in revenue with a continuous rise in popularity due […]Read more
A BALANCED APPROACH TO TRAINING WITH DDLS
DDLS is Australia’s largest provider of corporate IT and process training, with the widest portfolio of strategic partners and courses in Australia. For more than 25 years, DDLS has been an award-winning non-accredited training provider, spanning across Australia and into Asia.
DDLS partners with world-class companies to help organisations and individuals in the IT industry remain up-to-date with new processes, technology and platforms to reduce risk and enable efficient business practices.
GAIN A COMPETITIVE EDGE WITH THE MICROSOFT IMAGINE ACADEMY
To help meet the current global need for people highly skilled in Microsoft technologies, as well as assist you in reaching your academic and career potential, the Australian Institute of ICT has partnered with the world-class Microsoft Imagine Academy to offer you top-quality education programs.
Specifically designed around building your expertise in today’s most popular technologies, the Microsoft Imagine Academy is focused on helping you to gain Microsoft Certification, a globally recognised credential that will give you a distinctive edge in the competitive job market.
GLOBALLY RECOGNISED CERTIFICATIONS TO PUT YOU AHEAD OF THE COMPETITION
For our Certified Cybersecurity Professional course offering, AIICT has partnered with the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA). CompTIA is the leading provider of vendor-neutral IT certifications in the world. These certifications are accredited by International Organisation for Standardisation and the American National Standards Institute (ISO/ANSI)