Course: Level 2 Fast-Track Diploma in IT Systems & Principles
Location: Highbury Campus, Tudor Crescent, PO6 2SA
Mode: Full-time, 15 weeks
Tuition Fee: FREE
This exciting, full-time, hands-on IT course is delivered over 15 weeks. The course is FREE to anyone over the age of 16-years-old. It has been designed to gives students the skills, knowledge and confidence to progress into an IT career, or onto a Level 3 IT apprenticeship programme. Students will learn work skills as well as a range of fundamental IT technical skills so they are ready to progress into a workplace environment.
The course covers the following content areas: IT helpdesk support, networking support, web development, software development, customer service and employability skills.
There are no formal entry requirements, however you will need to have a strong, demonstrable interest in Information Technology (IT).
This course has been designed to give students a broad and relatively detailed insight into the IT & business world.
Drawing & Planning
Installing & Configuring ICT Equipment
Introduction to event-driven programming
Please note, some assignments are optional, based on the students’ career aspirations. Students are able to choose a Software Development, Wed Development or Desktop Support path.
Students will also undertake two weeks of relevant work experience which help develop new skills and enable students to apply knowledge that they have gained from the programme.
Daily attendance is required at college during term-time. Students will be in college five days a week from 9am-4.30pm.
Students will be taught by fully qualified, experienced tutors in the classroom, using a range of resources and methods, including text books, demonstrations, practical tasks, projects and e-learning. Students are encouraged to take ownership of their own education and develop skills of independent and autonomous learning and self-discovery, with the support and guidance of the tutors. Students will have access to the college’s Virtual Learning Environment, and will be expected to complete independent study for at least fifteen hours per week.
Assessment takes many forms enabling learners to develop a broad range of transferable skills including report writing, presentations, project completion and case studies.
Upon successful achievement of this study programme students will be awarded a City & Guilds Level 2 Diploma in ICT Systems Support.
Students achieving this qualification can progress to a Level 3 Apprenticeship, Level 3 study programme or full-time employment.