Get certified on-the-job training
Opportunities to develop cyber skills as part of on-the-job training are growing and there’s a number of ways to validate and certify your skills. Here’s where you’ll find out how.
Get certified with ISACA
Right now, a large part of the cyber workforce in South Australia has had their on-the-job skills certified by ISACA (previously known as the Information Systems Audit and Control Association), which serves 165,000 IT governance professionals worldwide. Skills are certified through an examination and application process. You can find more information on the process, or start your application below.
Get certified with CompTIA
CompTIA Security+ offers global certification for the basic skills and core knowledge needed for a career in cybersecurity. If you are keen to start a career in defence cybersecurity, this certification is for you. It's popular among defence organisations who use it to validate security skills of current and future employees. The certification is earned through an exam process.
Get recognition for skills with IBM
A program, free to schools in South Australia, and available for people from 13 up to the age of 20, means you can gain cyber skills in specific areas, while getting industry-recognised badges. Skills gained through this program could contribute towards vocational education and training or degree qualifications.
Train with the Australian Cyber Collaboration Centre
The Australian Cyber Collaboration Centre (A3C) offers training to update cyber skills in specific areas of demand. The organisation has an office at Lot Fourteen and is a central connection point for business looking to improve their cyber resilience.
Start from scratch with 42 Adelaide
Coding is an important skill to help anyone seeking to fast-track a career in cyber. So if you’re not sure where to start, this free Adelaide-based coding school, 42 Adelaide, part of a network of 30 campuses globally, could be it. Even if you’ve never written a line of code in your life, you don’t need to worry. The only criteria to apply to 42 Adelaide is to be at least 16 years old. Besides that, regardless of what you have achieved to date, if you want to code your future, 42 is open for you.