ICT60615 Advanced Diploma of Telecommunications Network Engineering
CRICOS CODE: 0100043
This qualification reflects the role a technical specialist with high level skills and knowledge in telecommunications and information technology networks using internet protocol (IP) systems who can:
- Forecast network growth for enterprise network planning
- Design and manage IP based network telecommunications equipment
- Implement convergence technologies in enterprise telecommunications networks
- design and manage optical and wireless network telecommunications architectures for high speed broadband capability.
Study Pathway and Career Opportunities
Once students have successfully completed ICT60615 Advanced Diploma of Telecommunications Network Engineering they can apply for jobs within the telecommunications industry which can include Optical Network Manager, Senior Specialist Technician (Telecommunications),Telecommunications Technical Officer, Senior Technical Officer (Telecommunications Engineering),Telecommunications Engineer, IP Convergence Integrator, Senior Technical Officer (Electronic Technology). The further study pathways available to students who undertake this qualification include:
Or any other Degree programs in related fields such as telecommunications, optical fiber, networking, etc
Total number of units = 10
4 core units’ plus
6 elective units, of which:
Elective units must be relevant to the work environment and the qualification, maintain the integrity of the AQF alignment and contribute to a valid, industry-supported vocational outcome
|ICTPMG610||Develop a project management plan||Core|
|ICTPMG611||Prepare a detailed design brief||Core|
|ICTSUS601||Integrate sustainability in ICT planning and design projects||Core|
|ICTTEN611||Produce an ICT network architecture design||Core|
|ICTNWK517||Determine best-fit topology for a wide area network||Elective|
|ICTNWK518||Design an enterprise wireless local area network||Elective|
|ICTOPN601||Manage optical ethernet transmission||Elective|
|ICTPMG609||Plan and direct ICT complex projects||Elective|
|BSBWHS501||Ensure a safe workplace||Elective|
|BSBWHS504||Manage WHS risks||Elective|
All the units are delivered as standalone units. Students will be provided with a Student Assessment Task Booklet for each unit of competency, which includes:
There are a variety of assessment methods used to assess competency in each unit of competency. Assessment methods may include from the following, but are not limited to:
There are no pre-requisites for any of the units of competency contained within this qualification. This course is available to all international students and Milcom Institute requires that students are able to provide evidence that they:
All the students commencing this course are required to complete an LLN test on the orientation day to assist Milcom Institute to identify student’s needs for additional support during their study with Milcom Institute.
The duration for this program is 104 weeks including:
Mode of Delivery
Classroom based Face to Face
Volume of Learning
Milcom Institute has structured this program to include 1600 hours of face-to-face delivery and assessment hours as well as 400 hours of homework (self-study).
Assessment sessions are scheduled after the delivery of unit of competency is completed and students are required to complete the assessment tasks in class. Trainers are required to allocate time for students to complete any outstanding activities, reading, role-plays, meetings, presentations or further tasks that require observation or submission to the trainer/assessor. The trainer/assessor should allow time to review any topics or activities undertaken by students to consolidate their learning. Students should use these assessment sessions to work on their assessment tasks, with support from the trainer/assessor where relevant. Reasonable adjustment should be made where appropriate. All units of competencies contained in this qualification will be delivered as standalone units. The total volume of learning is 2000 hours over 104 weeks period.
Self-study hours (Unsupervised)
Please Note: Self-Study hours are not to be considered as online or distance learning.
Students are allocated 40 hours of self-study for each Unit of Competency which will involve review of classroom session and/or activities, studying material given student guide and preparation of unit of competency etc. Self-Study hours are indicative only and may differ depending on each learner’s prior skills and knowledge. Therefore, the learning duration of the qualification may vary from the volume of learning recommended for the qualification. It should be noted that learners may require more or less time than the specified volume of learning, provided that delivery arrangements give students sufficient opportunity to achieve the learning outcomes for the qualification type, level and discipline. (https://www.aqf.edu.au/sites/aqf/files/volume-of-learning-explanation-v2-2014.pdf)
Work functions in the occupational areas where this unit may be used are subject to regulatory requirements.
Refer to the ICT Implementation Guide Companion Volume or the relevant regulator for details of licensing, legislative or certification requirements.
All units of competence may be assessed using a selection of tools as mentioned below:
Students can apply for course credit upon enrolment into the course. All students are provided with the opportunity to have their prior learning and experience assessed against current standards and gain recognition for this (Recognition of Prior Learning – RPL).
Students who have successfully completed whole units of competency included in this course can apply for Credit. Students who are granted RPL and/ or Credit will have their course delivery and assessment schedule altered and may also be eligible for reduced fees.
For further details, please refer to MILCOM Institute’s RPL and CT policy and procedure
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