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Information technology is central to the global economy, with businesses relying on IT and the people who work in the IT industry are highly valued. In the UK there are about 1.2 million people working in IT 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.The college has a range of IT courses from entry level up to information technology university courses. We also have part time courses and evening courses including computer maintenance courses and basic computer courses.

The college has a range of IT courses from entry level up to information technology university courses. We also have part time courses and evening courses including computer maintenance courses and basic computer courses.

You will learn in fully stocked IT labs, learning from tutors who have worked in the industry, and learning all the up to date technology required to get ahead in the industry.On our computing courses, you will learn from experienced tutors who understand the industry and the up-to-date advances in the sector.

Your future in the IT sector

There are lots of different career options within the industry, from computer programming, web development, data processing, internet servicing provision, computer networking and more. You could work as a:

  • IT security coordinator
  • Network engineer
  • Systems analyst
  • Computer repair technician
  • Helpdesk professional
  • Technician
  • Web designer
  • Web developer

Why not join them? Take a look at our range of courses.

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