Course - BTEC First Diploma for IT Practitioners (Software Development) Level 2

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  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements You will normally need to have at least one of the following: A BTEC Introductory Diploma in IT @ Work (at least merit), a standard of literacy and numeracy supported by a general education equivalent to 4 GCSEs at grades A* - D, related work experience or other related level 1 or 2 qualifications.
  • Academic title
    BTEC First Diploma for IT Practitioners (Software Development)
  • Course description
    General information

    A BTEC First Diploma is a practical, work-related course. You learn by completing projects and assignments that are based on realistic workplace situations, activities and demands. It introduces you to the employment area you have chosen and provides a good basis to go on to a more advanced work-related qualification.

    Course content

    The course is made up of six units - 2 core units and 4 specialist units.  

    First Diploma Software Development Core Units

    Unit 1: Using ICT to Present Information Unit 2: Introduction to Computer Systems

    First Diploma Software Development Specialist Units    Unit 4: Website Development  Unit 7: Software Design and Development  Unit 11: Numerical Applications  Unit 18: ICT Graphics    

    Teaching and assessment

    All units are assessed and graded and an overall grade for the qualification is awarded.


    Students successfully completing the course with Merits in both Software Development and Visual Programming will be legible for the BTEC National in Software Software Development course.

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