Video- IT and Computing at BAC
Student case study
Diploma in IT (Creative) L2
I chose my course because I am interested in games design. The college has a friendly atmosphere and the smaller classes mean we get lots of support. I enjoy the library facilities and being able to study in my own time in the quiet zones. I plan to complete my Level 3 qualification at the college and progress on to university to study for a degree in games design.
What courses could I study?
We have a course at BAC regardless of your previous experience of IT and Computing. If you have studied at GCSE level, you might be able to go straight onto our Level 3 Diploma. If not, we have Level 1 courses designed to build up
your skills first. Click below to read about the options available:
What facilities would I have access to?
As an IT student at BAC you would have access to the IT suite as well as the learning zone. The IT studio is equipped with the Adobe suite of software including Photoshop, Indesign and Illustrator. Dreamweaver for website
development is also part of the creative suite. Other specialist software such as Gamemaker and Construct 3 may also be used.
As part of the E-sports course you will also use a wide range of Microsoft software to plan and promote an E-sports tournament. You may also use media tools such as cameras and video recording to present work and ideas.
What trips could I go on?
As an IT student you will visit companies involved in the IT industry as well as local technology awareness events.
In the pasts students have enjoyed a range of guest speakers from the North East Technology Park (NETPark) and visits to Sunderland's 'Software City'.
What careers are there in this area?
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