IT User & IT Professional Level 3 Apprenticeship at Richard Huish College
The ICT systems and Principles for IT Practitioner Professionals is a modular qualification giving theoretical background knowledge. It is an introduction to the technical side of computing and includes the following modules.
Management and Prioritisation of Own Schedule
This unit will enable the candidate to plan and manage their own workload, understand how to identify opportunities for professional development and understand the implications of legislation and regulations on their tasks.
You need to choose two out of the following three optional units to make up the certificate.
Maintaining Equipment and IT Systems
This unit covers routine preventative and remedial maintenance procedures for equipment components and sub-assemblies. On completion the learner will have an understanding of health and safety procedures when carrying out routine and remedial maintenance and be able to diagnose, locate and repair component faults for identified tasks.
Principles of ICT Systems and Data Security
This unit develops an understanding of the types of threat to ICT systems and data and methods of protecting against them. It also covers an understanding of the applications of cryptography to ICT systems and data.
This unit provides the skills and understanding required to design, install and maintain networked systems. It covers topologies, the OSI model and TCP/IP.
All Apprentices are required to complete the components listed below in addition to the NVQ Diploma and Technical Certificate:
- Functional Skills: Maths Level 2, English Level 2 & ICT Level 2.
The NVQ Diploma will be carried out in your workplace. All other Apprenticeship requirements will be completed at Huish Business School through day release.
The duration is approximately 24 months.
You can contact the business team on 01823 320863 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Richard Huish College directly.