Australia is well on its way to becoming a “global cybersecurity powerhouse” – according to research by AustCyber. Our national industry is set to spend nearly $1 billion in the next decade to boost its defences, and revenue from the field is projected to triple over this time. However – with global demand on an […]Read more
As digital technologies become ever more ingrained in our daily lives (over 88% of Australia’s population are now currently active internet users), Australia’s ICT industry continues to thrive as one of the nation’s leading industries. The field is currently worth over a whopping $120 billion, and sits as the fifth largest ICT market in the […]Read more
Cybersecurity is currently a national industry of high skills demand, as digital technologies continue to make up a significant portion of Australia’s GDP. With “more action between devices” and the rapid expansion of cloud computing, security has become a greater priority than ever. Both businesses and individual users are constantly warned of the growing sophistication […]Read more
Cybercrime continues to soar, costing Australia over $15 billion each year. Between 2018 to 2019 alone, companies recorded a cumulative amount of 9.2 million malware detections – with ransomware topping the five most prevalent threats alongside viruses, adware, phishing e-mails, and spyware. Investments in all types of high-grade, reliable software such as VPN services, firewall, […]Read more
It’s no surprise that eLearning’s on an uphill trend; with Australia’s edtech industry set to grow to $1.7 billion AUD by 2022. As the popularity of online learning continues to highlight its massive economic, educational and environmental benefits, students are turning to such platforms more than ever. Of course, with ICT among the nation’s leading […]Read more
With Australia’s ICT industry on a massive incline in recent years – on top of endless growth and innovation in the global technological landscape – the prominence of IT in education comes at no surprise. In fact, enrolments into IT have increased by over 50% since the late 2000s (according to Deloitte’s Digital Pulse 2019 […]Read more
With continuous, rapid growth in Australia’s IT industry, it’s no surprise the field has become a popular choice for formal study or further training. In fact, a 2018 Deloitte report recorded a total of 663,100 workers in the country’s ICT workforce in 2017 – up by 3.5% from the 640,800 in the previous year. This […]Read more
Through its innovative technologies and flexible delivery, remote learning (also known as distance education or eLearning) has gained well-deserved prominence in Australia’s education landscape. In just the last decade, the number of domestic students studying remotely has increased from 21 to 29%. Over 300,000 university students were recorded to be taking part in some form of online study in 2017 […]Read more
ICT, also known as the “Information and Communications Technology” industry, has grown into one of Australia’s largest and most profitable sectors over the years. Comprised of three areas: information technology, telecommunications, and digital media – ICT is now a critical staple in business and our everyday lives. With innovations and developments paving the way for […]Read more
With the rapid increase in technological developments and positive press, Australia’s eLearning industry has encountered expansive growth in recent years. On top of this, the workforce has placed greater importance onupskilling and lifelong learning – increasing demand for more accessible, flexible, and practical training. Online learning offers such education, with the industry proven to have […]Read more
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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.
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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.
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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)