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Comments about Course - BTEC National Diploma for IT Practitioners (Software Development) Level 3 - At the institution - Bromley - Greater London
Entry requirements Students should normally possess either a minimum of 4 GCSEs at Grade C and above (including Maths and English) or a BTEC First Diploma with a minimum of 4 merit or distinction grades. Mature candidates (over 21 years of age) unable to meet these requirements, will be considered if they can demonstrate that they have gained experience in computing/IT.
BTEC National Diploma for IT Practitioners (Software Development)
We offer a two year full-time course in Information Technology applications approved by the Business and Technology Council (BTEC). It is designed for students who have a flair for studies in computing and IT. Emphasis is placed on the practical elements of computing with a large degree of 'hands on' at equipment level. If you see your future as the 'technically able' person in the office environment or as a technician who configures PCs, sets up networks, or installs both software and hardware then this is the course for you.
BTEC NATIONAL DIPLOMA FOR IT PRACTITIONERS IN SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT CORE UNITS:
Unit 1: Communication and Employability Skills for IT Unit 2: Computer Systems Unit 3: Information Systems Unit 7: IT Systems Analysis and Design Unit 18: Principles of Software Design and Development Unit 20: Event Driven Programming BTEC NATIONAL DIPLOMA FOR IT PRACTITIONERS IN SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST UNITS Unit 5: Advanced Database Skills Unit 6: Advanced Spreadsheet Skills Unit 8: Communication Technologies Unit 10: Client Side Customisation of Web Unit 13: Human Computer Interaction Unit 17: Mathematics for IT Practitioners Unit 19: Web Server Scripting Unit 21: Website Production and Management Unit 23: Installing and Upgrading Software
Teaching and assessment
Assessment is by a combination of course work and projects, and time assignments. Lectures combined with practical workshops and the opportunity for personalised collaborative learning through our Virtual Learning Environment, Moodle.