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Information Technology [Level 3 / A Levels]

1700,00 £

Description

Businesses need IT to be competitive and provide the finest products and services to their customers. As more businesses figure out how to use technology to their advantage, there is a growing demand for knowledgeable, experienced IT professionals. Do you want to work in information technology? To be eligible for the information technology level 3 foundation diploma, a candidate must have 60 credits, or one A level. The course’s objective is to equip students with the knowledge and skills they need to seek higher education or careers in the IT sector.

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About our Course

IT is essential for businesses to stay competitive and offer their clients the best goods and services. With more companies finding ways to leverage technology for their advantage, there is an increasing need for specialist, skilled IT workers. Would you like to pursue an IT career? The information technology level 3 foundation diploma requires 60 credits, or one A level, to qualify. The course’s goal is to give students the information and abilities they need to pursue further education or employment in the IT industry.

In order to guarantee that every learner has the chance to improve industry knowledge and acquire up-to-date skills and practices in computer systems, networks, coding, website development, mobile communications, cyber security, and social media for business, this qualification is made.

There are six written assignments and six modules in the level 3 course. Every module has forty hours of guided learning content, with an additional thirty to fifty hours of optional content that includes readings, self-testing tasks, suggested exercises, and online resources.

This course is eligible for ELCAS funding.

Qualification

Qualification Numbers: OTHM Level 3 Foundation Diploma in Information Technology- 603/7029/4

Course Content

There are six written assignments and six modules in the level 3 course. Every module has forty hours of guided learning content, plus an additional thirty to fifty hours of optional content that includes readings, exercises, online resources, and self-testing activities.

Computer Systems

  • Understand the purpose of computer systems.
  • Understand the purpose of computer system components.
  • Be able to configure computer systems

Coding and Website Development

  • Understand the purpose and types of coding.
  • Understand web architecture and components.
  • Be able to create interactive websites.

Networks

  • Understand networking principles.
  • Understand how network hardware and software components are connected.
  • Understand the usage and security concerns related to networking.

Mobile communications

  • Understand the uses and features of mobile communication devices.
  • Understand the communication technologies used in mobile devices.
  • Understand the implications of mobile communications technology.

Cyber security

  • Understand cyber security.
  • Understand core terminology and key aspects of cyber security.
  • Understand cyber threat intelligence.

Social media for business

  • Understand the importance of using social media in a business environment.
  • Understand the need for social media content planning and publishing in a business environment.

Assignments

There are six written tasks for the IT level 3 foundation diploma. Each assignment is between two and three thousand words long. Students can access the ‘Tutor’ part of the learning portal to receive assistance with the courses and assignments.

The assignment unit titles that students need to complete for the level 3 course are

  1. Computer systems
  2.  Coding and website development
  3.  Networks
  4.  Mobile communication
  5.  Cyber security
  6. Social media for business

University Progression

After completing this course, students will be able to apply to a number of UK universities for admission to a full BA degree program. Alternatively, students can choose to enrol in one of our IT programs at levels 4 or 5, after which they can go on to a number of UK universities to finish a top-up BA.

Middlesex University

Business Information Systems BSc

Coventry University

BSc Honours Information Technology Management -£9250

BSc Honours Computer Science – £9250

What is included in the cost of our course?

  • All course material, including online modules and written assignments
  • Personal tutor support with 1-2-1 Zoom sessions
  • committed student assistance
  • Having access to a social learning forum online
  • Assignment evaluation and comments
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