Get a jump on Industry 4.0

Monday, 30 November, 2020

Get a jump on Industry 4.0

Training in coding, cybersecurity, social media and other digital skills is available for graduating Year 12 students across NSW looking get a jump on Industry 4.0 under the Summer Skills program.

An initiative of NSW JobTrainer, Summer Skills offers school leavers the opportunity to upskill, prepare and get ahead through fee-free training courses held at TAFE locations across the state.

Available digital skills training includes the following courses:

Statement of Attainment in Building Your Digital Literacy with Coding

Learn to apply introductory programming techniques used to build simple applications and games, and create and style basic markup language documents and cascading style sheets (CSS) that define the style and structure of a website.

Locations available: Coffs Harbour, Kingscliff, Lismore, Ourimbah, Port Macquarie, Hornsby, St George, St Leonards, Ultimo*

Statement of Attainment in Digital Security Basics

Learn to apply fundamental digital security skills, including recognising digital security threats, risks and vulnerabilities.

Locations available: Ballina, Coffs Harbour, Kingscliff, Port Macquarie, Wollongbar, Meadowbank, St George, St Leonards*

Statement of Attainment in Social Media Tools to Engage Customers

Learn to use social media tools for collaboration and engagement. You’ll gain skills and knowledge to establish a social networking presence and to review, compare and use different types of social networking applications for a small or large office environment.

Locations available: Grafton, Kingscliff, Murwillumbah, Newcastle, Scone, Singleton, Taree, Ultimo*

For more information, visit the Summer Skills website or phone 131 601.

*Note: Courses will only run in these locations if there is enough demand.

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