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CYBER SECURITY TRAINEESHIPS

FOR EMPLOYERS

The Certificate IV in Cyber Security is a technician-level qualification providing graduates with the knowledge and technical skills that enables them to:

The Federal Government offers incentives to businesses taking on Certificate IV Cyber Security Trainees directly. Some of these benefits may include:

(*Subject to change — for current eligibility criteria see Australian Apprenticeships financial programs)

The NSW Government provides:

Employers benefit from taking on a trainee immediately by:

If you are employer interested in taking on a Cyber Security trainee, please contact: Sarah Hibbert at Apprenticeship Support Australia - 1300 363 831 or email: Sarah.Hibbert@australianbusiness.com.au

If you need more detail on the course and location for training visit the TAFE NSW website Use search term Cyber Security.

For other enquires regarding training opportunities in your industry area contact ACFIPS Industry Training Advisory Board via the website.

FOR STUDENTS

Cyber security is an area where you can build a strong career through vocational education and training. The sector is currently facing a skills shortage. In recent years there has been a strong movement to improve industry standards, promote ongoing training and upskilling of the workforce. The cyber security industry provides a diverse range of exciting careers. Cyber security is not just the realm of the IT Department. Workers with diverse skills are required.

The Certificate IV in Cyber Security is specifically designed to develop the skills and knowledge required for a career in cyber security at the para-professional level.

Students will gain practical knowledge and skills in:

There are NO formal entry requirements.

The Certificate IV in Cyber Security contains the following units of competency:

Unit Name

Unit Code

Communicate Information

RIICOM301D

Contribute to copyright, ethics and privacy in an ICT environment

ICTICT418

Implement and monitor WHS policies, procedures and programs to meet legislative requirements

BSBWHS401

Analyse and present research information

BSBRES401

Secure a networked personal computer

VU21993

Utilise basic network concepts and protocols required in cyber security

VU21988

Recognise the need for cyber security in an organisation

VU21990

Implement network security infrastructure for an organisation

VU21991

Manage the security infrastructure for the organisation

VU21995

Perform basic cyber security data analysis

VU21994

Automate Processes

ICTPRG405

Evaluate and test an incident response plan for an enterprise

VU21996

Write script for software applications

ICTPRG407

Test concepts and procedures for cyber security

VU21989

Expose website security vulnerabilities

VU21997

Develop a cyber security industry project

VU21992

 

Study options include:

If you are interested in a cyber security traineeship, contact Sarah Hibbert at Apprenticeship Support Australia, phone 1300 363 831

If you’re interested in more information about the Certificate IV in Cyber Security go to the TAFE NSW website (search term = cyber security).