The IT Management Training (MGT) program has seen a rapid expansion of its offerings in recent years, with an estimated 3,000 to 5,000 students in Australia.
This is an opportunity to train and develop a team of IT professionals in a unique training environment that can be accessed through a single website and mobile app.
Students can work remotely or in a shared work environment to achieve the same training and development outcomes.
The MGT program also includes a range of other relevant courses, such as the Business Skills (BUS) course.
Students can apply online at www.fifa.edu.au or call 1300 888 798.
The program is designed to help students gain a breadth of skills that can help them grow into a successful career in the IT sector.
FIFA is an Australian Government funded service provider.
Students have the opportunity to enrol in the MGT Program and work remotely at no cost to them.
Students pay nothing for their training and they can complete up to two months of MGT training on their own.
The program is available through FIFH and has a student waiting list of up to 25 students.
Students need to be aged 18 to attend.
Students will learn:What the FIFHP doesThe MGT is available to all students aged 18 and above.FIFH is the national provider of IT training and management education.
Students may enrol in any MGT course, but may not attend more than one course in a 12-month period.
FIFI students may attend multiple courses in a 24-month course period.
The program also provides the opportunity for students to work remotely in a virtual work environment, in a collaborative setting and at no additional cost to themselves.
Students must meet the eligibility criteria to attend the Mgt program.
Students are also required to complete a comprehensive training plan to become eligible for the program.
For more information about the MMGT program, visit www.nsw.gov.au/programs/mgt/program.htm.
The online courses are provided by FIFAH.
Students who complete all online courses will receive an electronic transcript for the MEGT program.
Students are required to attend a minimum of 12 weeks of training.
Students cannot work more than 12 weeks in a term and students who work more then 12 weeks are ineligible to continue.
Students can access the online MMGTs training and assessment tools for free through the website www.mmgttraining.com.au.
MMGT students can work online from home for a minimum period of time and they will receive a full-time or part-time certificate for each completed training session.
They can also choose to work from home, at a desk, in one-on-one sessions or in an online training environment.
Students may apply for a part-day training or a full day training online at the MGH website at www:mgh.govau.au .
They will receive training on a weekly basis.
Students enrolled in a MMGt course can complete a part or full-day MGT, depending on their availability, which can be in either of two ways.
Students who are working remotely or on the FifA website will receive up to 12 weeks (depending on availability) of training at no charge.
Students working remotely at the Fifea website will be eligible for a full or part day MGT at no extra cost.
Students will be able to work up to 6 hours a day.
If you need to work more days than you need, you may enrol and continue to work for up to 30 days from the day you begin working in the job.
For further information about FIFa’s IT Management Program, visit http://www.fifea.govaus/program-services/business-services-programs.html.
Students must register for an online course before they can begin training.
If you have questions about a course, please contact the online course provider.
For more information on MMGs and online training, visit https://www1.fifa.edu/mmg.htm FIFA is an independent, not-for-profit organisation.