What is it like to study this course and how will I be assessed?
This course will cover knowledge and practical study of various aspects of IT, including creative, technical and programming elements. The course will involve one day attendance at college a week and independent self-study delivered and supported through the college’s Virtual Learning Environment. The course is studied through individual units and assessment is through written and practical course work.
Students will be able to complete all units, therefore gaining the diploma qualification or if they wish can select and complete individual units to study particular topic but do not complete the whole qualification.
During your time of the course you will be given the opportunity to:
- Put theory into practice in a dedicated computing lab, for example creating a Windows domain and multi-PC network, or designing computer games
- Study subjects including computer systems, Spreadsheet modelling, network management, human computer interaction, and website production
- Have individual support from staff with industry experience
- Gain an established qualification which is respected by employers and HE institutions or progress to the colleges HND in Computing and Systems Development
This course is eligible for an Advanced Learner Loan. Level 3 and 4 courses for those aged 19 and over (on the date you start a course) no longer receive Government funding so the learner is responsible for the full cost of the course. CLICK HERE to find out more or contact 01392 400343 to find out more.