The course has been designed to develop a range of high level skills giving a good knowledge of system security, networking, practical computing and the role of the IT Technician. The focus of the Level 3 Diploma for Computer Technicians course is on practical aspects of IT including installing computer hardware, setting up networks and customising software, as well as the role of IT support. Alongside this there are also mandatory units on Communication and Employability Skills for IT, Computer Systems and Information Systems. This gives you the opportunity to develop your personal skills, look at how computers work and how these can be used by business to achieve their targets. You will be expected to work practically and safely but will also need to follow this with fully documented evidence of the process. Be prepared to develop your communication skills in a variety of ways.
Collecting your GCSE results at the college next Thursday? They'll be available between 9am-12pm in the terrace café.
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