New courses Australia 2021 | Accredited programs and online studies
As specializations in industries change, information technology makes old ways of working obsolete. And as Australian industries evolve, new courses are becoming available for Australian students. This includes short courses such as undergraduate certificates, courses provided by a higher education provider such as a Bachelor of Laws degree, and pathway programs for students looking to qualify for specific courses. Regardless of your area of interest, if you have never finished high school and don’t have an ATAR or already have a diploma, there is a new course that could help you improve your skills. or to advance your career!
What new courses are available?
Courses are continually updated in several areas as requirements and specializations change. New courses are coming out all the time that can teach you practical skills through TAFE or other educational institutions.
Courses may be available in:
- Cybersecurity, Information Technology and Computing
- Public health services, including mental health
- Early childhood education and care
- Community services
- Social Sciences
- Data science
- Artificial intelligence and other opportunities for future development
- Human resources and human skills
How to study
One of the best things about studying a new course is the study options that may be available.
The online study is increasingly popular, especially in light of the recent COVID19 pandemic. It also means that, if you live in New South Wales but want to study a specific Graduate Certificate course taught in Victoria, you may be able to complete the course without having to leave your home. Online courses allow students to study their course from home, no matter where their home is! (Although international students should always check with CRICOS before attempting to register for a course, including New Zealand students)
Some courses may also offer domestic students the opportunity to study new courses on a part-time basis, allowing you to continue your previous commitments while continuing your studies. Full-time study remains a popular option for those looking to complete their new course as quickly as possible.
For more information, including ABNs, FAQs, and information on how coronavirus and other events may affect classes, inquire about a specific class listed above!