ALC’s 5-day Cyber Security Foundation+Practitioner® course is designed for anyone who wants a sound understanding of Information / Cyber Security and a solid base on which to build their career. There are no pre-requisites to attend.
The course is structured into two modules.
The Foundation module is designed to provide a good strong introduction to the key knowledge areas of Cyber Security. You don’t need to be an aspiring security professional to do this module, it is suitable for all levels. The course follows a robust syllabus that covers all the key areas you need to know. At the same time it provides maximum regional relevance by fully taking into account appropriate sections from the Australian Government Information Security Manual (ISM).
This module is all about applying the theory. It builds upon and reinforces the material learnt in the Foundation module. The course makes strong use of a case study, along with workshops and exercises. Participants will be provided with sample Word and Excel templates for use.
You may enrol in Foundation only, or in the 5-day Foundation/Practitioner combined, according to your needs.
The key objective of the Foundation module is for each participant to be able to leave the course with a good understanding and appreciation of the fundamentals of Cyber Security:
The key objective of the Practitioner module is for each participant to be able to apply the theory learnt from the Foundation course to a case study. During this module you will:
The Foundation course is designed for:
The Practitioner module is suitable for anyone who has previously taken the Foundation module. Because the content focuses on the practical side it would typically attract those who have a more serious career interest in security.
The 5-day combined course is ideal for those who have 2 years or fewer experience in security or those who are already in IT and now want to transition into security.
Cyber Security Foundation+Practitioner Combined (5 days)
The Cyber Security Foundation exam is held in the classroom at the end of Day 3. This exam is 90 minutes duration and comprises 60 multiple choice questions with a pass mark of 65%.
The Cyber Security Practitioner exam is held in the classroom at the end of Day 5. This exam is 90 minutes duration and comprises 50 multiple choice single answer questions plus 30 multiple choice multiple answer questions with a Pass mark of 65%.
A Foundation or Practitioner Certificate is issued to those who successfully pass the relevant exam.
One free exam re-sit is available for each module.