Certificate II in Information, Digital Media & Technology

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Course Outline

Core Units: 
BSBOHS201AParticipate in OHS processes
BSBSUS201AParticipate in environmentally sustainable work practices
ICAICT201AUse computer operating systems and hardware
ICAICT202AWork and communicate effectively in an IT environment
ICAICT203AOperate application software packages
ICAICT204AOperate a digital media package
ICAWEB201AUse social media tools for collaboration and engagement
Elective Units: 
ICAICT205ADesign basic organisational documents using computing packages
ICAICT206AInstall software applications
ICAICT207AIntegrate commercial computing packages
ICAICT210AOperate database applications
ICAICT211AIdentify and use basic current industry-specific technologies
ICASAS203AConnect hardware peripherals
ICASAS206ADetect and protect from spam and destructive software
ICAICT104AUse Digital Devices

This course runs 1 day a week for 20 weeks (excluding school holidays). Course days and times TBC.


Who is this course for?: 

This course is designed for those whom have had minor experience with using or operating a computer, or for those whom have successfully completed Certificate I in Information, Digital Media & Technology, and would like to further their knowledge of how to use a computer. The Certificate II in Information, Digital Media & Technology will help those students gain the skills and experience they want and need. People this course is designed for:

  • Older or mature aged people with little to no previous computer experience wanting to learn.
  • Anyone with a very limited knowledge of computers.
  • Students whom have completed ICA10111.
  • People from non-English speaking backgrounds (see enterance requirements).
  • Those with basic computer skills that do not know how to Install software, protect their computer agains spam and viruses, use social media, and use digital media.
  • Anyone who has been out of work for a while and wants to brush up on their computer knowledge to enhance their employment chances.
  • Those looking to change careers and need computer skills for their dream job.
Possible Job Titles: 

This qualification provides for basic computer skills in the workplace and supplements exisiting roles in other industries where basic computer skills have become necessary.

Job Roles: 

This qualification can equip an individual to undertake roles such as:

  • Office Assistant
  • Record Management at a junior level

However its usefulness is most likely to be found in supplementing functions in roles prevalent in other industries.

The course is designed for: 

ICA20111 - Certificate II in Information, Digital Media & Technology is made up of 15 units - 7 Core and 8 electives - chosen by Meadow Heights Education Centre to provide students with a broad range of skills to be able to operate a computer and relevant applications for personal and professional needs.

Entrance Requirements: 

All applicants must be permanent residents of Australia and currently reside in Victoria.Prior qualifications are not requires to enrol in this course, though students are expected to have language and literacy skills equivalent to Level 3 and numeracy skills equivelent to Level 2 of the Certificate in General Educations for Adults to enable them to complete this course.All applicants must sit a short entrance test before their enrolment in this course.

Career Opportunities: 

With the ever growing world of information and digital technology becoming more important, most jobs now require a basic knowledge of how to use a computer and run certain programs/applications. Our course will provide you with the skills you need to find and settle into one of the many roles available in the job market that involve computers.

Fees & Charges

Course Charges: 

All charges are fully inclusive and include enrolment fees, course and amenities charges and materials if required.To be eligible for a funded position, applicants must not hold a qualification equal to or higher than this level, either completed or recognised in Australia.

Concession (Current Concession Card Holders)$145
Non Funded$1,000
Making Payments: 

Payments can be made via:

  • Cash
  • Cheque (payable to Meadow Heights Learning Shop Inc.)
  • EFTPOS (available at reception between 9am and 4pm)
  • B-Pay if required or Net Bank Transfer
  • Direct Debit
    -Students pay via Net Bank or
    -Students visit their bank and arrange to have a fortnightly/weekly/monthly amount to be deposited into the MHLS Account

Payment plans are available upon request, Conditions apply.

Course charges 2016

All course charges are fully inclusive and include enrolment fees, course and amenities charges and materials if required.

Enrolment Procedures: 

To enrol in this course you will need to come in to our office at the Visy Cares Learning Centre, 3-13 Hudson Circuit, Meadow Heights between the hours of 9:00am and 4:00pm Monday to Friday.  You will be asked to complete and enrolment form. Upon enrolment, you will be asked for

  1. proof of ID (a current drivers license /key pass /proof of age card, A current Australian or New Zealand Passport
  2. a current green Medicare card /Australian Birth Certificate//Proof of Permanent residency etc.). 
  • If you are a concession card holder, bring your current Health Care Card.
  • Please bring any prior education certificates you may hold as you may be eligible for Credit Transfers
  • Your USI (Unique Student Identification) number if you have one.

If you require further information or what forms of ID we accept please

Further Information


All participants will need to supply;

  • a notebook and pen
  • an A4 ring binder (or equivalent for holding handouts etc)
  • A USB stick

Tea and Coffee will be provided. Please feel free to bring snacks to class

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