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Improving Personal Exercise, Health and Nutrition

Poor diet and lack of exercise are recognised as some of the major contributors to ill health. Regular exercise and a balanced diet help to reduce stress, improve sleep, reduce the risk of illness and increase life quality. Therefore, having a good understanding of diets, the role of nutrition in exercise and personal moti­vation is an important part of maintaining wellbeing.

Information & Communications Technology L2 (Professional Qualification-FREE Course)

This practical ICT course will help you to develop a range of ICT skills relevant for both personal and workplace use.

The course is designed to enable support staff to work alongside teachers and children in the application of ICT in a learning environment. In addition to providing staff with the confidence and skills required, we also promote practical classroom application of ICT.

We can offer training in the efficient use of a range of software and applications and can customise the training to accommodate school styles, fonts and templates. The course can also accommodate, teachers, administrators and managers.

Information & Creative Technology Diploma

Take your first steps towards a career in the digital industry. You'll learn the skills to produce IT systems and software, websites and mobile apps, and video, graphics and animation.This  programme specialises in wide-ranging subjects across computer systems, hardware and software. IT is an ever-changing industry full of possibilities and this course will build your skills and understanding preparing you for further study.

Information & Creative Technology First Extended Certificate

This course will give students the potential opportunity to progress to employment or progress within employment in a wide range of job roles across the information technology sector and creative industries, for example in roles such as software engineer, website content manager, computer animator, helpdesk support and graphic designer.

Information Technology (Network, Security & Digital Technologies)

Every company relies to a certain extent on security, networking and technology professionals with advanced technical skills to complete a diverse range of jobs. Our IT, security and networking course will give you a solid understanding of business and empower you to progress to university or into a challenging and rewarding career.

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Information, Advice or Guidance

Offering clear and accurate information, advice or guidance and knowing what can be shared legally and professionally can greatly improve outcomes for a business. There are some fundamental rules for successful information sharing, and ensuring staff are aware of these is key.

Ideally, to complete this qualification you will be currently working in a role involving providing information, advice and guidance. The qualification requires reflection on practice which is significantly easier if you are currently (or have recently) been providing IAG. 

Infrastructure Technician Apprenticeship

An Infrastructure Technician provides support to internal and external customers, helping them to be productive when using technology to do their own jobs, by using tools to problem solve and trouble shoot non routine problems. The Infrastructure Technician sets people up on systems and provides support when they need it, rectifying issues to maintain the organizations’ productivity.

IT Application Specialist Apprenticeship

The IT specialist role plays an important support role within a business organisation. IT application specialists provide support and assistance to colleagues to make effective use of available IT systems and software. IT user skills are required for over 72% of job roles and over 90% of new posts specially require IT user skills. As an IT Application Specialist Apprentice, your exact duties will depend on your employer. It's likely that you'll be working with a team or member of staff to handle various tasks. You may be providing support to other staff members, working on a helpdesk, creating and amending many types of formatted information including documents, diagrams, spreadsheets and presentations. This type of work requires a strong sense of responsibility, accuracy and attention to detail. One of the great things about IT Application Specialist is that you can work almost anywhere, with your transferable skills; you could be working in an IT systems centre, large global organisation or maybe a small independent company.

IT User NVQ Level 3

This NVQ provides you with the competence, skills and knowledge to work effectively and efficiently with IT systems, communications and productivity tools and applications in a range of job roles and industry sectors.