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IT Technicals BTEC Level 3 Sub Diploma/Diploma at Coopers School

Course description

Designed in collaboration with experts spanning the breadth of the sector, the Cambridge Technicals in IT focuses on the skills, knowledge and understanding that today’s universities and employers demand. It’s also about developing the behaviours and attributes needed to progress and succeed in the future.

Course content

The new course offers a wide range of centre assessed units with practical and wider projectbased assessment opportunities, as well as examined units on the Fundamentals of IT, Global Information, and Cyber Security to name a few. All this results in a focused qualifications which, dependent on the size chosen, either complement a Key Stage 5 study programme alongside other vocational qualifications, A Levels, or may constitute the bulk of a two-year study programme.

Entry requirements

ICT C or Double Pass

C in English Language

Future opportunities

IT is one of those great subjects that allows you to maximise on your own strengths. If you turn out to have a really technical interest in IT, you could work for a bank or corporation helping to design systems which transfer information from a database to a terminal. For the game minded students, this is a pathway into the game graphics, development and game production industry. For the business minded students this is a pathway into the practical business environment. However, if you are more interested in the user interface, you could work in advertising or for a handset manufacturer. Information is everywhere, so IT is a sound career move.

How to apply

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

Last updated date: 08 September 2016
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Key information

  • Start date: Next September
  • Duration: 2 years

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    • Post 16 students have their own specialist facilities. The Mary Anderson Centre, a beautiful Grade II listed building dating back to the 18th century, has a range of teaching classrooms with computers and laptops, private study rooms, an IAG centre and library. The additional double storey study centre with laptops and a common room ensures Post 16 students have the very best access to wireless computing, library resources, private study areas and a place to relax and socialise.