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Our range of industry certified apprenticeships are developed and delivered by qualified IT trainers with unparalleled expert industry experience.

We offer apprenticeships at level 3 (A level standard) and level 4 (Foundation degree standard) and all of our courses lead to industry recognised qualifications.

  • Infrastructure
  • Software
  • Digital
  • Cyber security
  • Information systems analysis

This is an Advanced apprenticeship and is equivalent to gaining two A Level passes.

If you already have A Levels you can still choose to do a level 3 advanced apprenticeship route as you will still develop work-based skills and experience in your particular role.

You could also do a level 4 apprenticeship,  but some employers may require you to have studied subjects relevant to the apprenticeship.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Entry requirements can vary depending on the employer’s requirements, but you will usually need at least five GCSEs with grades 9 to 4/A* to C, including English and maths.

If you don’t have GCSE English and maths at the required level, you can still undertake a level 3 apprenticeship but will be required to undertake additional functional skills as part of your course and sit maths and/or 3 English exams.

PROGRESSION

Successful completion of an advanced apprenticeship will allow you to:

  • Progress onto a level 4 higher apprenticeship
  • Study for an undergraduate degree at university
  • Continue in full time employment – Information on the different job roles you could progress to can be found on each individual course page.

This is a Higher apprenticeship and is equivalent to gaining an NVQ Level 4, HND, or foundation degree.

If you’re already employed and looking to upskill your existing digital skills, a level 4 apprenticeship may be more suitable.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Entry requirements can vary depending on the employer’s requirements, but you will usually need:

  • At least five GCSEs with grades 9 to 4/A* to C, including English and maths
  • Level 3 qualifications such as A levels, Advanced apprenticeship, NVQs, or BTEC.

Some employers may also require you to have studied subjects relevant to the apprenticeship at level 3.

If you don’t have GCSE English and maths at the required level, you can still undertake a level 3 apprenticeship but will be required to undertake additional functional skills as part of your course and sit maths and/or 3 English exams.

PROGRESSION

Successful completion of a higher apprenticeship will allow you to:

  • Progress onto a level 5 higher apprenticeship
  • Study for a full undergraduate degree at university
  • Continue in full time employment – Information on the different job roles you could progress to can be found on each individual course page.
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