Digital: IT Infrastructure

T Level (Level 3)

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Availability & Details

Digital: IT Infrastructure - T-Level SF-ITINTL-D(0000)000

Venue
South Downs Campus

Type of study
Full-Time

Dates
Academic Year 2021-22 (2 years)

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Overview

This Level 3 technical qualification will provide you with the knowledge, skill and behaviours required to enter into skilled employment or further study in this sector.

The digital infrastructure specialist route has been designed to cater for students looking to move into any of the following exciting roles: Infrastructure Engineer, Infrastructure Architect, Infrastructure Manager, Business Analyst, Systems Engineer, Cyber Security or Network Security.

You will need five GCSEs at grade 4 or above including English Language and Mathematics.

Over the two years you will cover the following four parts to the Infrastructure T-Level:

  • A core component that covers the essential knowledge and underpinning concepts that will prepare you to enter the sector. Covering topics like Data, Digital Environments, Legislation, Security, Business Environment and Culture.
  • An occupational specialism covering exciting infrastructure skills that include; network management, security, desktop management, cloud architecture.
  • A 45-day industry placement with a local employer to help get you ready for work.
  • Digital, Maths and English skills that underpin the technical component of the course.

The core knowledge and understanding will be assessed through an examination and core skills through a practical employer-set project. In addition to this, maths, English and general digital skills will be integrated within the qualification in occupationally relevant contexts.


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