CTIA announced yesterday that it would be bringing advanced cyber security technology training directly from Israel. The program launch, beginning in February 2022, will provide courses on cyber security analysis, full-stack development, malware analysis, cyber forensics, incident response and other relevant skillsets required by many businesses in today’s online world. With over 1 million cyber-attacks happening every day across the globe, it’s no surprise that demand for trained professionals is outpacing supply.
Cyber security jobs are some of the highest paying in IT, earning on average more than $140,000 AUD per year. As cyber security becomes more important—and careers become more lucrative—the need for qualified workers will only increase. To meet demand, CTIA’s new training programs in cyber security are here to help Australians develop these highly desirable skillsets.
When it comes to cyber technology, Israel is one of its leading markets. Through a combination of defensive strategy and aggressive investment in innovation, Israel has become a major player in both cyber warfare and cyber protection, which are two areas that are growing rapidly. As someone with an interest in either security or technology, you’ve likely heard about how Israel is revolutionising these fields. That is why CTIA has strategically partnered with leading Israeli tech training knowhow, Wawiwa Tech Training, to bring world-class tech skills to Australia.
Wawiwa is a tech education provider from Israel, the Startup Nation, which establishes local tech training centers with partners around the world.
CTIA powered by Wawiwa, is a leading provider in tech education and career transformation, focusing on today’s most in-demand skills.
CTIA’s programs specialise in taking professionals with no experience in tech, but with the right mindset and disposition, and reskilling, upskilling or cross-skilling them for success in the tech industry.
CTIA care about graduates’ job readiness and employability, therefore, 70% of training programs are dedicated to actual hands-on practice of the materials and skills taught – performed both independently and in small groups. Projects are reviewed by trainers and industry mentors and feedback is provided – on both knowledge and skills – so students can learn, improve, and grow.