The best and the most affordable advertising courses in Victoria can now be found on the NBN network, according to a new report from the NBN Co. The report shows that more than 60 per cent of the courses offered in Victoria are either in the top 10 or top 50 of the Australian Advertising Standards Authority’s (AAAS) best-value courses category.
More than 40 per cent are in the highest tier, and more than 40% are in category five.
The top 50 courses in Australia are available on the new NBN network for free, with the top 25 courses priced at more than $100.
The study also found that of the top 50 most expensive advertising courses, the top five were all available for free on the network.
These are the top-rated courses, ranked by their rating in the AAAAS top 25, for the past five years.
Of course, it’s worth noting that a significant proportion of the best advertising courses are not offered in Australia at all.
For example, only two of the 20 courses offered by the best-rated advertising courses company in Australia were actually offered in Tasmania.
Another two courses were not offered at all in New South Wales.
And a further seven courses were only offered in Queensland, while five courses were offered in South Australia.
The list of the Top 50 most affordable advertisement courses is a fairly comprehensive one, with more than 50 courses offering in-state tuition.
There are also some courses that are only available in one or two of Melbourne’s six regional universities.
But the report also revealed that the top advertising courses offered across the country are all from the same provider, and that most of them are offering in a very competitive and expensive market.
These courses are all on the Telstra network, which Telstra says is “one of the most widely available and flexible broadband networks in the world”.
However, the AAAS top rating courses list is a much smaller and more flexible selection, and so can be used by a wider range of advertising companies.
The AAAS report also found about one-third of the advertising courses it analysed were also offered by third-party providers.
For instance, some of the course titles offered by Telstra were offered by one of the following third-parties, with a total of 12 courses available on Telstra’s network: Direct Media, Kmart, ABC Television, ABC News, ABC, ABC Sports, ABC Media, ABC Digital, ABC Radio and ABC Radio Tasmania.
All of the above providers are listed on the ABC’s Advertising Standards Policy for advertising on the Internet.
The Telstra and Kmart courses were the top three on the AAAs top rated courses list.
These providers were also the top providers for the remaining nine courses.
Telstra was the most popular choice among advertisers, with over 75 per cent rating it as the most “profitable”.
In terms of cost, the telco course is the cheapest, with $3.99 for the first-year subscription.
But, with its price, it offers no real advantage over the other courses on the list.
Kmart’s course is more expensive, with an annual subscription of $25.99, but it offers a significant advantage in the form of free online testing.
ABC Television’s course costs $19.99 a year, but comes with free online tests.
ABC Media’s course comes with a $29.99 subscription, but has no online testing or other features.
ABC Digital’s course has a $49.99 annual subscription, with no online tests or other benefits.
ABC Radio’s course, ABC Entertainment, costs $59.99 and has no other online features.
There is no mention of whether the courses are also offered on other networks, such as on Telestream or Foxtel.
ABC News’ courses cost $39.99 in a one-year package, with tests and online testing, and $79.99 annually for two-years, but offers no online features or tests.
NBN’s courses are free for both the first and the second year, with test packages, but there is no online feature or tests available.
The ABC’s courses, however, offer a free online test for the third year.
The best-performing courses on Telco’s network are: ABC Digital (ABC Digital) ABC Radio (ABC Radio Tasmania) ABC News (ABC News Tasmania) Kmart (Kmart Tasmania) Telstra (Telstra Tasmania) Optus (Optus Tasmania) TPG (Telstar Tasmania) The ABC and ABC Digital were the only two ISPs offering the Telco courses.
However, this is the only major ISP that has not yet implemented the online test that would allow consumers to see if their ISP is offering the course to them.
The only other ISPs that are offering the online tests are NBN, Telstra, Optus, and TPG.