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Do you enjoy working with computers? Are you interested in communication tools, how they work and what could be possible in the future? Do you like to pay attention to detail and have the ability to communicate about IT to people who may not understand? Is being called a computer ‘geek’ a compliment to you?
All businesses require employees with excellent computer knowledge and IT qualifications. Without trained people, nothing in business will run smoothly. You may want to become a helpdesk advisor; network engineer or software engineer in the future and all of these careers require specific qualifications with a basic grounding in IT. Network Managers can earn up to £50k per year.
100% success rate in Level 3 BTEC National Diploma in IT
IT as an industry is constantly changing so businesses require expert help and guidance when choosing hardware and software to get the job done. Perhaps becoming a software tester, interface developer or consultant appeals to you? You may want to be more creative and get involved with web development or games design and testing. As you can probably tell, there are lots of different careers in IT, locally, nationally and even internationally. At City College we can give you the grounding you need in order to progress in a satisfying and well
Software engineer, database designer, network manager, IT helpdesk assistant, systems analyst, games designer, computer programmer, IT trainer, e-commerce developer, web developer
ICT students have access to plenty of IT equipment and resources to help with day-to-day work and assignments.
How Will I Be Assessed?
Assignments are through a combination of tasks, portfolio development and assignments.
Course information for parents
Level 3 (A level equivalent)
We have a range of level 3 programmes which are equivalent to 3 A levels (360 UCAS points). These information sheets are user friendly for parents. It gives you the main detail of the equivalence of the qualification along with an outline of course content, learning strategies, progression routes and a case study of a previous learner. This will help in forming what questions to ask at either one of our open evenings or when you come to a college interview with your son or daughter. Please click on the course link below:
Depending on your GCSE grades, you may be able to study an A Level alongside L3 via our Vocational Plus programme click to find out more
British Computer Society