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Certificate in PowerPoint 2013 Essentials Online Short Course

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Want to study Computing Skills in Melbourne?

If you're looking to study a Computing Skills short course in Melbourne, then ShortCourseFinder is a great place to start. Whether you're a skills-seeker or a hobby-hoarder - we've got you covered!

Connect to others who are interested in Computing Skills in Melbourne

If you're focused on upskilling, starting out on a new career path or you're just keen to try a new hobby, taking a short course can help you to find others who are interested in Computing Skills in Melbourne.

Taking a short course could help you to find jobs in Melbourne

The unemployment rate in Melbourne is currently 6% and job seekers are on average 37 years old.

A total of 2,162,100 people are employed in Melbourne out of a population of 4,185,300 - and 31% of those people in Melbourne are working part-time.

Short courses can also lead to further study

Studying an online Computing Skills short course allows you to explore your interests without the long-term commitment, and it could be a stepping-stone to further qualifications and a new career!

The percentage of people employed in Melbourne without a post-school qualification is 33%.

Here's the breakdown of the number of people with qualifications currently working in Melbourne:

  • The percentage of people employed in Melbourne with a bachelor's degree or higher qualification is 37%
  • The percentage of people employed in Melbourne with a certificate III or higher VET qualification is 27%

Sources: Labour Market Information Portal, Australian Jobs 2014 Report and 2014 Employment Outlook to November 2018 Report.

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