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Level 4 Computing – BTEC Higher National Certificate
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|Computing BTEC HNC||09/09/2021||15/06/2023|| ||£5,000.00||
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Information about this Course
Computing & Game Development
Level 3 qualification in Computing and/or ICT or equivalent experience, plus Maths and English at grade 9-4.
This course is designed for students who are looking to embark on a range of
different careers within computing. It is ideal for anyone at the beginning of
their career or looking to improve their qualifications or career prospects.
You will develop a broad knowledge and awareness of key aspects of the
computing sector through six core units, which include one unit assessed by a
The units comprise:
- Database design and development
Assessment is continuous and will take a variety of forms including written reports and reflections, presentations and portfolios of work. There will be a requirement of independent study outside of taught sessions which could amount to eight hours per week and some units will require significant self-study.
On successful completion of the Level 4 Higher National Certificate you can develop a career in the computing sector either through entering employment or progressing onto a number of different higher education courses such as the Level 5 Higher National Diploma in Computing and honours degree programmes in Computing.