Engineers Skills Summary

ITIC selects only our best Students to undertake external work.

Most of ITIC engineers are preselected and possess the following characteristics:

Punctuality, reliability, initiative, a positive attitude towards the job, ability to get along well with others, flexibility, motivated, organized, ability to perform assigned duties, willingness to learn new concepts and expand their expertise, and an enthusiasm about becoming a certified IT Professional.

The following table contains a summary of the Employability Skills of ITIC Engineers:


  • liaising with clients to determine requirements and ensuring that requirements are met
  • Ability to communicate effectively and establish positive working relationships with clients, management and colleagues
  • writing reports and documents
  • consulting with end users to determine requirement signoff
  • consulting with the work team to review proposed changes against current and future business requirements
  • establishing and improving work teams in an IT environment
  • determining the uses and audience of a simple mark-up language document
  • troubleshooting and running diagnostic tests and providing solutions to hardware/software faults
  • debugging and writing scripts to solve problems
Initiative and enterprise
  • assessing and recording information from various sources
  • identifying and applying skills and knowledge to a wide variety of contexts
  • investigating and documenting solutions to client problems
  • developing new criteria and procedures for performing current practices
  • identifying, analysing and evaluating information from a variety of sources
Planning and organising
  • creating project plans to guide the development of systems methodologies
  • developing installation plans
  • preparing feasibility reports taking into account the scope, time, cost, quality, communications and risk management
  • prioritising and taking responsibility for their own outputs in working and learning
  • implementing safe and sustainable work practices
  • taking responsibility for their own output in relation to specified quality standards
  • incorporating into the working environment suitable ethics regarding security, legal, moral and ethical issues
  • adopting and transferring skills and knowledge to new environments
  • keeping up to date with current industry accepted hardware and software products and services
  • reviewing client feedback and identifying areas for improvement
  • gathering and organising feedback on draft documentation and client satisfaction
  • maintaining knowledge of tools and software applications that may be useful and the goods and services provided
  • selecting, installing and using computer software and hardware
  • configuring, optimising and testing system software, in a small home office or a small to medium business network
  • selecting, sourcing and using appropriate software and tools based on analysis of technical needs