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ICT: Computing BTEC Level 3 Diploma at Cowley International College

Course description

This course will give students the opportunity to develop a
range of skills and techniques, personal skills and attributes
that are essential for successful performance in working life. It
is a vocational qualification with course work that is based on
real-life work related scenarios.

Course content

If your ambition is to pursue a career in computing and
information communication technologies (ICT), then this
course will give you just the start you need.

Students are taught in our superb computer suites and have
the guidance of staff with a vast working knowledge of
computer technology in industry and commerce. The Apple
Mac and PC computers in our IT centre are equipped with
industry-relevant software, ensuring that students gain the
skills needed to enable them to progress into the workplace or
onto further study.

This is a practical course that teaches students a wide range of
transferable skills that will be useful in higher education,
apprenticeships or in future employment.

The areas covered as part of this course include: procedural
programming, computer systems, animation, graphics,
multimedia products, coding/CSS, website production, project
planning using IT and computer games design.

Entry requirements

At least a Merit at BTEC First in ICT or equivalent.

Future opportunities

After completing the course, students will have earned a
valuable qualification that can lead on to university courses
based around IT or computer studies. Alternatively, students
could move into employment within the IT industry.

The Diploma (dual award) course will provide students with
further IT skills and knowledge that will be valuable for both
Higher Education and employment within the IT sector.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Cowley International College directly.

Last updated date: 03 February 2017

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