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Links with local business and industry and organisations such as IBM develop the skills and knowledge for the programmers and consultants of the future.
New learning units are introduced all the time to keep pace with the dynamic industry requirements. Gaming development, Cisco Certified Network Associate accreditiation, web and programming languages and protocols and the introduction of new products keep courses current and learning relevant.
Learning in the first year is centred on developing a solid foundation in ICT skills and knowledge. The second year allows students to follow either a software development or a system support pathway, making the most of individual strengths and talents.
For course options, please use the Course Search at the bottom of the page.
|WELCOME to technician and instructor Peter Upfold, who is supporting practical workshop sessions and bringing experience of web and programming consultancy.|
The Department has been working with IBM on their "Bluefusion" project which gives students the opportunity to learn from software developers, game designers and project leaders.
Business and Law
Covering a range of disciplines including accountancy, economics and financial studies, courses develop knowledge and understanding of the commercial and economic environment. With many courses at AS and A2 level, the focus is on classroom study and assignments.
Links with local businesses and guest speakers bring experience of real situations to inform classroom study.