Today more than 1.5 million people are working within the digital sector, or in digital tech roles in the UK. The number of digital tech jobs across the UK has grown at more than twice the rate of non-digital tech sectors.
Our range of Level 3 diplomas are the best start to give you a comprehensive introduction to the IT sector and will guide you to understand what specialism best suits you, your interests and skills. Our Level 2 diploma can help you get started If you didn’t get high enough grades in GCSEs or you are completely new to the subject.
This two-year, full-time programme offers you the choice of a system support or web development specialisation. On completion you could continue your studies at degree-level or progress on to a higher apprenticeship.
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You would like a career within the digital sector, perhaps as a help desk technician, first or second liner support or IT infrastructure technician.
Four GCSEs at grade 4, including English and maths.
IT System Support pathway
This course will help you develop skills essential to becoming an IT technician or network engineer. You’ll learn how computers work, how to maintain and repair them. You will also gain insight into how networks work and learn how to set them up and monitor their performance. You will also get the chance to learn how to create websites, develop graphics and establish databases and spreadsheets.
IT Web Development pathway
The average salary for an IT business analyst is about £40,000 a year with forecasts
predicting 60,000 more jobs becoming available in the next 10 years.
That we are approved training providers for Cisco Networking and Microsoft.
University study such as our FdSc Computing, Networking & Software Development or our BSc (Hons) Computing Technologies. You could go on to a higher apprenticeship such as our Software Development Level 4 or employment within the industry.
Andrew Gasiorowski ICT Technician Brannel SchoolWhen he left school Andrew worked in hotels and bars, but felt that this was not a career he wanted to pursue and decided to start an IT apprenticeship, as this was something he had an interest in. Andrew then started working for Brannel School and has won apprentice of the year.
"I realised college could support me with my learning while the job would give me the valuable skills and confidence I needed to succeed. During my apprenticeship I worked 37 hours at the school, studied for exams, completed coursework and finished my apprenticeship early. I am now employed at Brannel School as a full-time ICT technician. I would recommend an apprenticeship to everyone. After your apprenticeship there is always the chance that you will be offered a full-time job by your employer, if not you still have your foot on the ladder of your chosen industry.”
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