This qualification is internationally accredited by the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA).
The Diploma of Library and Information Services aims to produce graduates with the relevant skills and knowledge to be able to effectively support and meet customer demands in libraries and other centres that deal with a large volume of information. Through instruction and demonstration, students will learn skills associated with collection management, cataloguing, research, use of digital tools, developing and promoting activities and programmes, and customer service. Training elements throughout the course will emphasise the importance of understanding what your customers want, how to work with others to meet this needs and contribute in the workplace
Job roles and titles vary across different industry sectors. Possible job titles relevant to this qualification include but are not limited to:
|Full Time||1 year|
|Part Time||2 years|
To be admitted to this programme, a person shall have:
This programme has a total of 8 courses.
|Course Code||Course Title||Semester||Delivery Mode||Campus||Fees (FJD)|
|CEL51||Collection Management||1||Blended||All Campuses||$550|
|CEL52||Descriptive Cataloguing||1||Blended||All Campuses||$550|
|CEL53||Subject Cataloguing & Cataloguing Developments||2||Blended||Laucala||$550|
|CEL54||Reference Sources & Services||2||Blended||Laucala||$550|
|CEL55||Circulation & Inter-Library Loans||1||Blended||Laucala||$550|
|CEL56||Customer services & Integrated Library Systems (ILS)||2||Blended||Laucala||$550|
|CEL57||Marketing Library Services & Activities||1||Blended||Laucala||$550|
|CEL58||Placement in the LIS Industry (Practicum)||1 & 2||Blended||Laucala||$550|