Pathways are made up of courses focused on future careers or further education opportunities
Our courses will connect the theory of computer science to the practice and enable students to learn the skills needed to build a successful career.
Our work placements will demonstrate students' skills to local employers, supporting progression into employment in a range of roles from database design to app creation.
Alongside the Computing section, the Foundation Learning Team offer a Digital Media course at Level 2. This course is designed to enable students to gain the entry requirements needed for other Level 2 courses or to progress to a Level 3 course upon successful completion.
Example: Information technology and telecommunications directors
Across the UK the workforce is projected to expand by 37% over the period to 2027, adding 27,339 jobs. In the same period, 63% of the workforce is projected to retire, creating 45,914 job openings.
Job holders in this unit group plan, organise, direct and co-ordinate the work and resources necessary to provide and operate information technology and telecommunications services within an organisation.
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Once you apply, you will have an interview to discuss your chosen pathway
We will contact you with appropriate options for conducting your interview, either online or in person.
At your interview, we will discuss the entry requirements for each level and course. It is also your opportunity to make sure that the pathway meets your goals and ambitions.
If you know exactly which course and level you need to apply for, or want more information, please select from the options below: