This qualification is for learners who want to develop and extend their digital skills to prepare for employment for different roles in the digital and creative industries, such as software and programming, network support and digital design. The qualification includes a mandatory unit along with optional units that relate directly to the skills, knowledge and behaviours expected by employers and covers a wide range and use of different digital technologies, systems, and software.
To achieve this qualification, you must complete 3 credits from Group M (Mandatory) and a further 42 credits from the optional unit groups.
You will study the units:
Website Design and Development Social Media Marketing Cybersecurity Networking IT Support Fundamentals Database Design & Development Desktop Publishing Software Presentation Software Word Processing Software
A minimum of 30 credits must be at the level of the qualification.
On successful of completion, you will have achieved a 45 credit qualification. No exams take place.
There is no requirement for learners to have achieved prior qualifications or units prior to undertaking this/these qualifications.
4 GCSE’s Grade 3 or above including English Language and maths
What you will Learn
The method of assessment for the qualifications is through a portfolio of evidence.
Qualification Grading Type: Pass or Fail
No exams take place.
BTEC Leve 3l IT (Cloud Computing)
What skills, knowledge, or understanding does this qualification develop?
You will develop knowledge and understanding of the core areas of Digital and an introduction to the skills required in the Digital sector.
The qualification is also designed for job roles in other industries where specific digital skills are required, such as finance, marketing and machining and manufacturing.
1. Digital Skills Career Progression
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