Prepare well before you go overseas to study IT degree or diploma in United States of America, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia or New Zealand
The IT foundation course is for students and professionals who are planning to pursue an IT program in New Zealand or other countries. Our IT foundation course helps students and professionals from non IT background gain knowledge of basic concepts, definitions and terms. The course helps the student be confident in answering questions about the IT course in their visa interview and also grasp content with ease when they start attending the IT program in institutions overseas.
Here are 5 reasons for you to study our online and virtual classroom IT foundation course.
1. Student Visa Interview Questions
The visa decline rate is high for students and professionals who are not able to answer questions from the Immigration Officer such as
How does the selected course match with your current qualification and experience?
What are the subjects in your course?
What do you find interesting in this course?
Why do you want to take this course?
What are your plans after the course?
2. Visa decline due to lack of IT knowledge
Students and professionals find it difficult to answer these questions in the visa interview if they do not have previous IT qualification or experience. Student visas may get declined if they are not aware of the basics of the IT course they have applied for.
3. Difficulty in understanding course content while studying IT overseas
If the visa is approved for some students and professionals, they find it difficult to understand content discussed in lectures and assignments due to the lack of basic knowledge and struggle to pass the course every year. It is important to pass the course so you can renew your visa next year.
4. Risk of your investment and efforts
With all the investment and efforts you and your family have put into you going overseas, you can go well prepared with our IT basic foundation course. If you are unable to pass your course, you may have to change to an easier course which costs money in tuition fees and visa.
5. Students from other streams
Some students are from other streams like commerce, arts, mechanical or civil engineering but are working in the IT sector in India and want to migrate overseas choosing a study pathway such as Bachelor of IT, Diploma in IT or Post Grad Dip in IT to gain overseas qualification and work post study to qualify for points towards Residence visa. These students find it very difficult as they do not have the basic IT knowledge before starting the course in the institute of their selection or their agent’s selection in United States of America, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia or New Zealand.
1. Communications for IT
Describe effective ways to influence and improve communication in a business setting and demonstrate knowledge of the principles of communication methodologies and influences
Undertake a range of business communication techniques and practices
Apply effective communication strategies through co-operative work in a group, leadership, negotiation techniques and conflict management
Demonstrate an understanding of workplace ethics, law, cultural awareness
Verbally present information in a professional manner
2. Systems Analysis and Design
Evaluate a range of models, as well as contemporary techniques and procedures, used in the Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC)
Assess various approaches for systems analysis and design for an object-oriented SDLC
Produce appropriate analysis and design documentation for a given business problem
Analyse and design different components of a system to support contemporary systems architecture
Describe the current trends in systems development
3. Project Management
Define, select, and explain current theories and practices from the current Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) knowledge areas
Apply knowledge from the PMBOK knowledge areas and demonstrate this using appropriate practices and software
Explain and explore techniques to deal with significant human resources issues relevant to IT project management
4. Fundamentals of Data Science
Describe and explain data using a variety of visualisation techniques and software tools
Analyse the data requirements of simple systems and model those requirements using conceptual and logical data modelling techniques
Create a simple database that includes tables, columns, primary keys, foreign keys and simple queries
5. Information Security
Explain information security fundamentals
Analyse personal security
Identify threats to computer security
Examine mobile security
Identify risks to Internet privacy
Course Duration: 4 weeks Price: contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
To book your slot for the next intake, you can make the payment using the UPI code (dgabhane-1@okhdfcbank). Once the payment has been received, we will send you access to our system and invite you for web sessions. The web sessions are aimed to clarify doubts you may have related to definitions and concepts.
Recommended Books: (Click to purchase)
If you do not wish to enroll in the course at the moment, we recommend that you review and purchase from the selection of books below. This will help you enhance your knowledge while you plan to study your IT study or work overseas.