OCR Diploma in IT L2

Course starts usually in September
Full time course days are ( TBC )
9:15 AM - 4:45 PM
Level 2
Cost or fee remission information
Bishop Auckland Campus

Course overview

The units in the OCR Diploma in IT L2, form a foundation for entering the workplace or further study by providing students with a theoretical background reinforced with practical skills that transfer to the modern workplace. This course will offer learners the opportunity to develop transferable skills that are essential in the workplace or for further study. The qualification is designed to support employability and progression.

Course requirements

4 GCSEs at grades D-E including maths and English. Alternative qualifications and experience will be considered. An interview and short assessment will assess your suitability and interest in the subject.

What will I do?

The OCR Diploma in IT L2 is taught over 3 days per week for one year. Topics covered include: , Communicating and Working in the IT Industry , Installing computer hardware and software , Website development , Computer Graphics. Units are taught in class with a mixture of written and practical activities and assessment is via assignments and portfolios. Work experience will be included as part of this course. Skills in maths and English will be taught as a mandatory part of this course.

What will it give me?

The course will help you achieve a Diploma in IT L2 alongside qualifications in English and maths if you do not already hold a GCSE at grade C or above. It will help to develop skills and employment opportunities and the ability to progress onto a Level 3 course.

Materials needed

Pens and paper.

What can I do when I finish?

Progression internally depending upon achievement, attendance and motivation. Employment opportunities include Website Design, Digital Graphics Design, Games Design, IT Technician.

What next?

If you would like to apply, please click on the APPLY section below. Thank you.


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