Course name: ICT80515 - Graduate Diploma of Telecommunications and Strategic Management 


Campus: Sydney

Description of the Qualification

This qualification provides the skills and knowledge for individuals to undertake strategic commercial and technical roles in the telecommunications industry. Individuals in this capacity collaborate with business leaders to set the telecommunications agenda, creating and deploying innovative and collaborative technologies that connect people and communities, enable superior levels of personal and collective productivity, and viably grow the telecommunications industry and enterprise profitability.

The individual is an authority and trusted business advisor in strategy development, identifying, designing, developing and deploying tomorrow's solutions. The individual leads and applies research; and analyses, designs, develops and deploys technical and commercially viable integrated solutions for businesses and organisations. The individual is regularly called upon to solve highly complex business and technical problems in geographically dispersed, dynamic and challenging environments.

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Graduate Diploma of Telecommunications and Strategic Management

Course Briefing
NTIS Code:  ICT80515 In Class Training
Name of Qualification Graduate Diploma of Telecommunications and Strategic Management
Delivery Mode This course is delivered as a combination of classroom workshops and online training for 20 hours a week at SIIT premises. Attendance is monitored every week and satisfactory course progress must be maintained throughout the entire course.
Duration 52 weeks
Tuition Fees $15200
Administration Fee (non-refundable) 300
Material Fees (non-refundable) 500
If Diploma/Advanced Diploma, is year 12 (or equivalent) required for entry? YES
Total curriculum hours (including practicum) required to complete the course: 400
Is the course delivered full-time? YES
Training Arrangements 2 days per week, 7 hrs per day with 3 hrs online self study every week
Packaging Rules
A Total number of 8 units (including 2 core units plus 6 elective units must be completed for the award of this qualification. The elective units have been chosen based on the industry-supported vocational outcomes and local industry requirements.
Unit Code Unit Name Core/ Elective
BSBINN801 Lead innovative thinking and practice C (100 hours)
ICTICT808 Direct the development of a knowledge management strategy for a business E (100 hours)
ICTICT801 Lead research into identifying new marketplace opportunities E (100 hours)
ICTICT803 Endorse business plan components for a new initiative E (100 hours)
ICTICT809 Facilitate business analysis C (100 hours)
ICTTEN809 Analyse business specifications to produce technical solutions E (100 hours)
ICTTEN811 Evaluate and apply network security E (100 hours)
ICTSUS806 Lead applied research in ICT sustainability E (100 hours)
Entry Requirements

Entry to this qualification is limited to those who:

Have completed a Bachelor degree in related fields of study and 2 years equivalent full-time relevant workplace experience at a significant level of project or program leadership and management responsibility and/or complexity in an enterprise. Or

Have completed a Diploma or Advanced Diploma qualification in related fields of study and 3 years equivalent full-time relevant workplace experience at a significant level of project or program leadership and management responsibility and/or complexity in an enterprise. Or

Five years equivalent full-time relevant workplace experience at a significant level of leadership and management responsibility and/or complexity in an enterprise.

Assessment Methods

Learning is undertaken via a range of means, such as reading written learning materials, participating in classroom activities and online learning tools such as discussion groups (forums), through contact with the Trainer/Assessor. This flexible approach allows learning to occur through a variety of means, thereby catering to a variety of learning styles.

The table below shows the delivery sequence as well as the training delivery and assessment hours. Hours relate only to face-to-face delivery and hours for each individual unit may vary due to holistic delivery and assessment. In addition, students are encouraged to set aside a minimum of 8-10 hours in self-paced study for each unit.

Notes to Future Students
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