7 Great reasons to study at ICT

1. Australian national accredited and internationally recognised qualifications
Ironwood is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO Number: 40287) and registered on Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS Number: 03039E). This means we meet administrative, delivery, staffing, facility, marketing, financial, quality assurance and assessment standards agreed to by the Federal, State and Territory Governments in Australia.

2. Great training facilities
The campus is in the heart of Adelaide City Centre, which offers an excellent blend of history, culture, modern lifestyle and a friendly learning environment. The site delivers not only a state of-the-art learning and information hub but also provides all student support services and is well connected by public transport (bus, tram and train). The ICT campus also features flexible teaching rooms designed for online collaboration and computer workstations available for learning.

3. Industry trained academic staff
We understand that skilled and competent teachers equals successful course outcomes for our students.   Our trainers and assessors are qualified in their specialised areas with hands on practical skills, current industry experience and knowledge which they are expert at transferring to their students. The small class sizes ensures you can have more time with your trainer to enable you make the most of your course.

4. Employment focused courses
Come to study at ICT and experience the focused career assistance which the College offers to its students. In addition to the industry-relevant academic curriculum, ICT aims to equip students with important practical skills and knowledge to gain employment. The College also works with each student to assist them in gaining relevant part-time work while undertaking their studies. This helps students gain social skills, strengthen language ability and settle into the local community.

5. Individual learning approach
ICT gives each student an individual learning plan to match their skill level to study needs. This can include academic and report writing, English language support, computer literacy and time management skills. The aim of the plan is to support students in achieving successful course outcomes as well as preparing students for further study.

6. Strong student support
The College has professional and friendly staff qualified to assist students in a broad range of areas, including accommodation arrangements, meeting other students, job search and career advice, and counselling. This service is free and confidential.

7. Pathways to University
ICT offers a range of pathways between qualifications and education providers. This means we offer the ideal platform for you to get to where you want to go, whether that’s gaining employment, becoming an expert in your field or beginning your University pathway.