Overview top

The term computing covers a broad spectrum of areas, and this course aims to give you an introduction into several of them. Whether designing a website, creating a mobile application or building a video game, you are sure to find an area that appeals to you.

The course covers 11 units within the field of computing. Each unit is designed to introduce you to a brand new area of computing.

The Level 1/ Level 2 Information and Creative Technology is a one year course which is equivalent to 3 GCSEs and provides an entry pathway to the BTEC Level 3 Computing course.

You will study a range of units and on successful completion achieve a BTEC Level 2 Information and Creative Technology.

 

Units

Unit 1: The online World

Unit 2: Technology Systems

Unit 3: Digital Portfolio

Unit 6: Creating Digital Graphics

Unit 8: Mobile App Development

Unit 10: Database Development

Unit 13: Website Development

Unit 17: Multimedia Product Development

Unit 18: Computational Thinking

Unit 19: Computing in the Workplace

Unit 22: Computer Security in Practice

Entry Requirements top

A minimum of 4 GCSEs grade D or above, including maths and English at grade D

Assessment top

This course will be assessed over 11 assignments. Two of these will be online examinations, the remaining 9 will be coursework/practical assessments.

Professional Opportunities top

Students who pass the course with a double Merit grade or above can progress onto the BTEC Level 3 Foundation Diploma in Computing. Students who complete the course with a grade of Pass/Merit will be invited to interview for the level 3 course.

Further Information top

The level 2 computing course can also be used as a pathway to courses with media.

Dates & Fees

Reduced fees may be applicable depending upon your personal circumstances, please contact us for details
Start End 16-18 Year Old 19+ Tution Fee
4/9/2017 29/6/2018 Free £1070.00
*Fee for non-UK residents
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