Women in Information Technology Levels 1 and 2
The aim of this course is to stimulate interest and
enjoyment of Information and Communication Technology, enabling
students to acquire a basis for further study and employment and
gain a range of qualifications from the awarding bodies OCR and
City & Guilds.
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Candidates will study 15 hours a week, timetabled over 4 days,
for a duration of 30 weeks.
Candidates will study the following:
- Microsoft Office applications including: Word, Excel,
- ITQ in IT User Skills (Levels 1 and 2)
- Nationally recognised OCR Text Processing qualifications
- Keyboard Skills
- English and Maths
- Computer Maintenance
- Customer Care
There are no formal entry requirements; students are given an
initial assessment and are interviewed to assess suitability. The
main requirement is a willingness to learn and a desire to
Course Career Prospects
There will be some opportunities for gaining employing in the
ICT/Administration sector but more opportunities will be available
after further study including Applications Developer, IT
Consultant, Web Designer, Network/Software Engineer, Systems
Analyst, Games Developer.
If you are unsure about your career progression please contact the Careers Team.
How to Apply
To apply for this course, click here to
download an application form. Completed forms should be
returned to Centralised Admissions, Learner Services,
Doncaster College, FREEPOST RRBE CXT2 ZTGA, The Hub, Chappell
Drive, Doncaster, DN1 2RF.
After returning the form, you will be asked to attend an
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