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Digital Applications for IT Users - Diploma at Queensbury School

Course description

DiDA qualifications prepare students for the real world of work or further education. They are designed to stimulate students’ creativity and develop real-world, practical skills that will motivate learning across a wide range of subjects.

Course content

The DiDA suite contains four units:Using ICTMultimediaGraphicsICT in EnterpriseTo achieve the Award in Digital Applications (AiDA) requires successful completion of Unit 1: Using ICT.To achieve the Certificate in Digital Applications (CiDA) requires successful completion of Unit 1: Using ICT and one of the other three units.To achieve the Diploma in Digital Applications (DiDA) requires successful completion of all four units.

Future opportunities

Skills in digital applications provide a wide range of career options, as well as a route into further and higher education. You could develop a career on the creative side of new media.  Or you might follow a path that leads you into even more technical areas.You might be more interested in managing the whole process.  Or you might use your knowledge of new media to take you into sales and promotion.  Or you might prefer to write about what you know.Whatever path you take, the Diploma in Digital Applications could be your first step.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Queensbury School directly.

Last updated date: 21 October 2014
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Key information

  • Start date: Next September
  • Duration: 1 year

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