The course is made up of different sections. The first is the “Core”. This will give you a baseline understanding of the industry. It covers a range of areas, giving you a vital underpinning knowledge and understanding of concepts and the skills that you’ll need in this sector.
“Specialism” is the second section and this covers content which aligns with industry specific skills or directly relevant content for your chosen occupation. The third section of the course is an “Industry Placement” which gives you valuable work experience and also has a work related project attached to it. In addition, there are a host of other elements such as preparation for work, T-level specific tutoring and careers advice and guidance to make a relevant and substantial study programme.
The Core elements of Digital will cover a host of themes including the following:
The Specialist elements of Digital will cover through developing your programming skills:-
In addition the employer set project will test you on a host of skills including:
During the course you will learn in a variety of ways. Some sessions will involve content delivered by the unit teacher. During lessons you will experience a variety of group and individual work making links between the ideas and concepts you have learnt about.
The course has specialist content covering occupational or industry specific skills, and then an industry placement with an employer which will last for a minimum of 45 working days.
Specialist experts from the industry will be invited to present to studetns on the latest in their areas of expertise.
We, students and staff together,, will also take part in attending Digital and IT conferences, seminars, exhbitions, and summits to keep abreast with the latest skills in your area of specialism, and to network with the industry.
We are planning to work closely with a wide vaiety of employers and will visit various projects to highlight different aspects of the course.
Grade 4 in English and Maths.