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IT Users Advanced Apprenticeship at Hull College Group

Course description

This Apprenticeship covers a wide range of general computing and IT skills that can be applied in many job roles and industries.

It is almost impossible to picture a world without computers: businesses would grind to a halt, information would be incredibly slow to find, and there would be loads of paper to file away.

Luckily, computers are here to stay, and each day their capabilities become more complex and powerful. That's why IT is one of the most important industries out there.

Course content

The framework consists of the following:

  • Level 3 Diploma for IT Users

Key Skills:

  • Level 2 in Application of Number
  • Level 2 in Communication

Entry requirements

None required however an interest and experience would be beneficial.

Future opportunities

Progression from the apprenticeship can be into a number of different career pathways and routes both staying in this area of work, into the wider lifelong learning workforce or into other career routes.

The Advanced Apprenticeship/Modern Apprenticeship can lead directly to Higher Education. Many employers expect staff to work towards the professional qualifications and status that comes with Foundation or honours degrees.

Examples of such Higher Education programmes are the professional degree and postgraduate qualifications in Information Studies and Librarianship available at several institutions and the post-graduate Archives qualifications.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Hull College Group directly.

Last updated date: 25 April 2016

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