Thinking about studying one of our BTEC Level 3 courses in Computing and IT? Kevin gives you all the information you need here.Interested in the BTEC First Extended Certificate in IT?
|Computing Skills for Digital Sector- Cyber Security, Wed Development & Computing [Adult] (DG)||Undefined||View course|
|Cyber Security Bootcamp (SWAPS)||Undefined||View course|
|Level 2 IT and Digital Skills for Adults for the Workplace||Undefined||View course|
|Level 3 Cyber Security Bootcamp (SWAPS)||Undefined||View course|
|HND Computing||5||View course|
|Advanced Apprenticeship Infrastructure Technician||3||View course|
|Computer Science A Level||3||View course|
|Level 3 (BTEC) Computing with Software Engineering (Extended Diploma)||3||View course|
|Level 3 (BTEC) Computing with Web, App and Data Technology (Extended Diploma)||3||View course|
|Level 3 Computing with Web, App and Data, Management (1 Year course for Adults)||3||View course|
|Level 3 National Diploma in IT, Computing and Networking (QCF)||3||View course|
|Computing Skills for Digital Sector- Cyber Security, Wed Development & Computing [Adult] (DG)||2||View course|
|Introduction to Computer Programming at Level 2 for Adults||2||View course|
|IT Professionals - Level 2 Award in IT Systems and Principles||2||View course|
|Level 2 Award in Website Design and Development for Adults||2||View course|
|Level 2 BTEC IT, Computing and Digital Applications 1 Year||2||View course|
|Level 2 Foundation in Digital, IT and Computing (2 Year Course) for 16-18 and 19-24||2||View course|
|Level 2 IT and Digital Skills for Adults for the Workplace||2||View course|
|Level 2 Technical Diploma in Networking, Infrastructure and Cyber Security||2||View course|
|Level 1 OCNLR Certificate in IT User Skills (ITQ)||1||View course|
|Digital upskilling - How to help you and your children with search engines and online research||Entry level||View course|
|Digital Upskilling, How to access websites and use internet facilities||Entry level||View course|
Information technology is central to the global economy, with businesses relying on IT and valuing those who work in the industry. There are around 1.2 million people working in IT In the UK and 87,000 in the West Midlands. It is expected that employment in the IT sector will grow nearly five times faster than the UK average over the next ten years, and this will provide more jobs in the West Midlands too.
This map gives you an overview of progression opportunities that our courses in Computing, Digital and IT can lead on to.
Why study Computing, Digital and IT with us?
Your future in Computing, Digital and IT
There are lots of different career options within the industry; such as computer programming, web development, data processing, internet servicing provision, computer networking and more. Our students have gone on to work as:
Why not join them? Take a look at our range of courses.