Course Details

This qualification is suitable for learners who are using IT within their job or plan to pursue a career in a job requiring IT skills. Units can be taken at a variety of levels which give flexibility to enable qualifications to match job roles. The qualification will allow learners to apply knowledge, understanding and skills to a level recognised by employers, thus proving competency in their job role. This qualification is suitable for learners using IT systems in a wide range of job roles.

Entry Requirements

Learners will have completed a Level 2 Computing or IT Qualification prior to undertaking this course. Mature Learners will be considered according to their Industry Experience. A successful Interview and aptitude test with the Study Programme Leader will also be required.

Career options

Successful completion of the Level 3 will allow progression to Employment and/or an Apprenticeship in the related area.

Computing - NCFE Diploma in IT User Skills (ITQ) Level 3

Five highlights

  • 1 The course is clearly structured to all students of all abilities & ages
  • 2 The supportiveness of peers are encouraged and led by example.
  • 3 A positive attitude displayed and encouraged by students and staff.
  • 4 Students are always stretched and challenged throughout the course.
  • 5 The course is designed around the students making it interesting.

Key Points

  • Chichester Campus
  • 07.09.2020
  • IT User Skills (ITQ) NCFE Diploma in Level 3

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Course code Location Course length Start date
CIT628CF1A Chichester Campus 1 Year 07.09.2020

What you need to know

What will I study?

If you are a full time student aged 16-18 you will follow a study programme which will consist of your main course, enterprise and enrichment activities, English and maths as well as work experience.

How will I be taught?

Each unit requires an assignment brief within the course. These will be given out to you after you have completed all the necessary tasks in lessons. The structure of each unit assignment is that you are given in class tasks/activity to complete. If these are not completed within the time frame then this becomes out of class/homework. Towards the end of the unit you will be given the assignment brief and yourself and your tutor will then collate the work and submit.

How will I be assessed?

The assessment of the course is ongoing in every lesson by all staff to every student on the course. The individual units in ICT may assessed through an assignment, which are marked, graded and discussed with each student.

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