ATMC news and updates

Free AWS Certification training for all ATMC and Baxter Institute students
14 August, 2020

AWS Cloud Foundation (ACF) is intended for ATMC Students of any stream to understand the Cloud concepts and real-world scenarios involving Cloud Computing. ACF course prepares ATMC students for the “AWS Cloud Practitioner” certification. This course is free for ATMC and Baxter Institute students.


From Mumbai to Sydney – Kunjan Barot’s student journey
13 August, 2020 | By James Smith

It is not often people literally see the building blocks falling into place for the next chapter of their lives, but this was exactly the case for ATMC IT student and part-time model Kunjan Barot.


Sandeep Singh’s excellent adventures
5 August, 2020 | By James Smith

Sandeep Singh loves to hit the road. For this ATMC Master of Accounting graduate, life is all about the journey, rather than the final destination.


ATMC now an approved provider of Western Sydney University Pathway Programs 
31 July 2020

The Australian Technical Management College (ATMC) is pleased to announce that ATMC is now an approved provider of tertiary education pathway programs for Western Sydney University (WSU). From today, students who successfully complete a diploma qualification with ATMC will receive guaranteed entry to selected WSU undergraduate degrees. Eligible WSU programs include Bachelor of Business, Bachelor of Arts (Pathway to Teaching), Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology and Bachelor of Information Systems.

Faculty Feature: Dr Elizabeth Nain

14 July 2020 | By James Smith
Meet Dr Elizabeth Nain, ATMC faculty member and lecturer who shares some important lessons from her own educational journey.


ATMC Work Integrated Learning Students develop a remote learning solution for African-Australian communities
8 July 2020 | By James Smith

There are important university assessment tasks, and there are those that carry the weight of not just a final grade, but an entire community. Vallerie Cabico and her assessment team-mates Narendra Goli, Vivek Thakur and Sandeep Singh recently finished work on a project which allows students within an African-Australian homework group to communicate remotely with fellow students, as well as their teachers and volunteers.–aameys

Trushit Shah graduates first in FedUni’s Master of Information Technology program
26 June 2020 | By James Smith

Meet Trushit Shah who undertook his studies through ATMC and recently graduated as FedUni’s top student in the Masters of Information Technology Program. Trushit also received a “Dean’s List” award for outstanding academic performance.