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Computer Animation, Web Development and Computer Game Design Level 2 BTEC Diploma at Bath College

Course description

Have you got a particular interest in web design, developing computer games or animation techniques? Do you want to learn troubleshooting and customer service skills? We are offering you the exciting opportunity to develop these skills and gain valuable work-based experience providing IT solutions and support to local customers. There is also an opportunity to excel through the completion of real-life projects.

Course content

This course will help you develop your knowledge about how computers work and how they are used in industry. The wide range of topics will help you decide which path to choose in your IT career. The topics include:

 

  • Website development
  • Animation techniques
  • Developing computer games
  • IT support
  • Computer systems
  • Working in the IT industry

Entry requirements

You will need four full GCSEs at grade D or above, including English and maths, or a full relevant level 1 qualification at merit grade with English and maths at an appropriate level and a recommendation from your tutor.

Assessment

The course is assessed using a set of work-related, real-life assignments. There will be practical assessments throughout the course where appropriate. There are no exams but you must meet assignment deadlines.

Financial information

The IT equipment required for the course is provided by the College. However, it would be an advantage if you have a PC with compatible software at home for independent study and to help you meet the deadlines. You will be required to purchase a relevant text book for the course.

Future opportunities

This nationally recognised qualification provides opportunities for you to enter employment in the IT sector or to progress to more advanced vocational qualifications in IT or other courses.

How to apply

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

Last updated date: 02 February 2016

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