Digital Traineeship Program
The Digital Traineeship Program (DTP) is a new employer led model for educating and preparing course participants for practical undertakings in a digital workplace.

Training will take around 18 months to complete and is targeted at the specific skills required by the digital sector. It consists of two educational components, which are nationally accredited:

Certificate IV in Information Technology (Programming) (ICT40120)
(Pre-traineeship Program)

An on campus pre-traineeship program:

  • 4 days a week
  • Provides skills and knowledge to prepare you for your career in IT
Upon completing the Certificate IV in Information Technology (ICT40120), students will be eligible to be selected by one of our industry partners as an entry-level software developer to then undertake the Diploma of Information Technology (ICT50220) traineeship program.

Diploma of Information Technology (ICT50220)
(Digital Traineeship)

On-the-job traineeship paid program with an employer:

  • Full-time work with time release for students
Our employer-led curriculum design will leverage Work Integrated Learning (WIL) structures to provide you with industry relevant tools, technologies and practices with the support of Kangan Institute's student services, teaching and learning teams.

Is this program right for me?
The Digital Traineeship Program is suitable for anyone who is interested in a career in software development. Register your interest in the program below, and you will be invited to attend an information session.
Registration Form:
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Some or all of this training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding. © Bendigo Kangan Institute: RTO number 3077 | ABN 74 802 942 886 | CRICOS Provider Number 01218G
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