Length: 2 years
More about the course
The core element of a T Level in Digital Production, Design and Development will allow you to develop your knowledge and understanding in a broad range of topics such as programming, coding, the use of data and the different platforms of delivery in the digital industry. It's a fast moving and cutting-edge subject and you'll also learn about the potential security risks that organisations can face and how to analyse problems and identify solutions through computer programs.
You'll then move onto study the subject in more detail through the occupational specialism. This is where you can get deeper into specific aspects of the subject, developing and practising the skills needed for an occupation.
*Subject to approval - please refer to Course Information for further details.
Students will develop an understanding of:
Alongside your studies you will undertake a substantial work experience placement of at least 315 hours.
You will require a minimum of 5 GCSEs at Grade 5 or above, including English.
You may also be required to participate in an assessment to ensure suitability ahead of enrolment.
This Technical Qualification aligns to the Software DevelopmentTechnician Level 3 Apprenticeship and therefore supports progression to entry-level job opportunities in software designand development. Job roles could include:
● Software Development Technician
● Junior Developer
● Junior Web Developer
● Junior Application Developer
● Junior Mobile App Developer
● Junior Games Developer
● Junior Software Developer
● Junior Application Support Analyst
● Junior Programmer
● Assistant Programmer
● Automated Test Developer
* T Level courses are currently pending approval and Kidderminster College will take all reasonable steps to provide the courses as described in this guide. In the event that we are unable to deliver specific T Level pathways, we will communicate to applicants and work to find alternative and suitable programmes.
Equivalent to 3 A Levels
T Levels are an alternative to A levels, apprenticeships and other 16 to 19 courses. Equivalent in size to 3 A levels, a T Level focuses on vocational skills and can help students into skilled employment, higher study or apprenticeships.