Want to get paid to play video games? We thought so. As with many jobs in the tech sector, employers are more likely to be impressed by a great game demo than anything written on paper. If you’re short on skills, a Certificate IV or Diploma in Digital and Interactive Games can teach you everything you need to become a player in the industry, from multimedia design to animation, programming, coding and testing.
Find out more about the Certificate IV in Digital and Interactive Games – and estimate your course fee – here.
The ICT industry is undergoing a jobs boom, with plenty of opportunity for skilled and experienced workers to land jobs with a six-figure salary. Computer network professionals monitor and maintain the network, database, software and systems for a range of businesses, and provide technical and operational support.
Find out more about a Diploma of Information Technology Networking – and estimate your course fee – here.
If nature and the environment are your passion, this job will see you study, develop, implement and advise on policies and plans for managing and protecting the environment and our natural resources. The occupation can span various industries, including agriculture, forestry, mining, the public sector and more.
Find out more about a Diploma of Conservation and Land Management – and estimate your course fee – here.
Much like an architect, a building designer is responsible for sketching building plans, preparing documentation and examining relevant codes. It’s lucrative work in Australia, with the average building designer bringing home an average of $90,500 per year, with experienced workers earning around $127,000. The best part? No university degree required.
Find out more about the Diploma of Building Design – and estimate your course fee – here.
If you love fixing things and knowing how they work – machines and computers in particular – engineering may be an ideal job pathway. From cars, boats and airplanes, to buildings, biomedical devices and jewellery, the skills learnt in a Certificate IV in Engineering can be applied across numerous industries.
Find out more about the Certificate IV in Engineering – and estimate your course fee – here.
Not only does nursing allow you to wear comfy, pyjama-like clothes to work, you’ll also make a big difference in people’s lives, providing vital care and assistance. Nursing is not just one job either, with many specialisations available, from pediatric nursing to dental and aged-care nursing, to name a few. It also has some of the best job opportunities around, with 129,600 new job openings expected in nursing and midwifery by 2024, according to new NCVER research.
Find out more about the Diploma of Nursing – and estimate your course fee – here.
Unlike SEEK or Linked In, a career counsellor does more than simply match a person to a job, they also provide specialised knowledge, support and guidance, helping others to locate, secure and maintain employment, and reach their full potential.
Find out more about a Certificate IV in Employment Services – and estimate your course fee – here.
Are you a social media addict? While you may use Snapchat, Instagram and Facebook on a daily basis, creating compelling content that converts followers into customers requires sophisticated marketing skills. Specialised social media courses, such as a Diploma of Social Media Marketing, will bring you up to speed with new and emerging platforms as well as provide insightful training on strategy, brand promotion and campaign management.
Find out more about the Diploma of Social Media Marketing – and estimate your course fee – here.
With opportunities set to increase in the future, human resources is a diverse and interesting job path that can see you positively influence the lives of individuals and the culture of businesses and corporate organisations.
Find out more about a Diploma of Human Resources Management – and estimate your course fee – here.
This exciting behind-the- scenes role will have you creating your own TV show, from pitching ideas, to reading scripts, hiring talent and managing post production. Most television producers start as a production assistant or broadcast operator and work their way up.
Start your job in TV with a Certificate III in Broadcast Technology – and estimate your course fee – here.