Computing & ICT
We live in a digital age and you are the children of the digital generation, where technology is fundamental to the way we live our lives. Imagine being part of this on-going revolution. Imagine a career in this global industry sector.
The digital industry is enormous and so are the job opportunities. Whatever your interest, from social media marketing to creating code for the latest game or writing the perfect programme to analyse trends and statistics, technology is here to stay and is crucial to our future. This is your chance to become future proof with a recognised qualification(s).
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Prospectus & Course Guides for 2020/21
Why work in the Computing & IT Industry?
Employment in Information and Communication Technology roles are up 4% since 2018
Wide range of jobs in the Computing & IT Industry
A wide range of employers in the Computing & IT Industry
Information Technology and Telecommunications Directors
IT Specialist Managers
IT Project and Programme Managers
IT Business Analysts, Architects and Systems Designers
Considering a career in Computing & IT?
If you’re not sure what to study, then why not take some time to find out more information about possible careers?
Or, if you already have a career in mind, but you’re not sure what you need to study to pursue that career, we can help you get one step closer to that dream job.
Web Design and Development Professionals
Salary: £15,083 - £67,611
Predicted 5.3% increase in jobs by 2024
Information Technology and Telecommunications Professionals n.e.c.
Salary: £11,411 - £67,912
Predicted 0.7% increase in jobs by 2024
Qualifications & levels explained
Find the perfect career
Studying IT Level 3
Studying Level 3 Extended Diploma in IT
Studying IT Level 3
I chose this course to gain a better understanding of using advanced software and knowledge of what happens inside the machines. I enjoy the practical work, including breaking apart and fixing an old computer. In the future, I hope to take the skills that I’ve learnt at college to be successful in the IT industry.