Reasons to study this course
- T-Levels are designed with employers to give young people the relevant skills required by industry.
- This course will provide a mixture of technical knowledge and practical skills specific to the software development sector.
- You will be collaborating with local companies to develop your technical and employability skills.
- As well as combining classroom theory and practical learning you will participate in an industry placement.
What you will study
Core Content – problem solving, programming, emerging issues and impact of digital, legislation and regulatory requirements, business context, data, digital environments and security.
Occupational Specialism – the SDLC of Analysis, design, implement and test software as well as looking at tool and techniques to maintain and support software, working collaboratively, evaluate sources of knowledge and work within legal and ethical constraints.
Industry placement of 50 days.
How you will be assessed
Core Content: two exams and an externally-set project
Occupational Specialism: externally assessed project where you will be required to analyse a problem and design a solution, developing a prototype and gathering feedback to inform future development.
Successful completion of your industry placement.
Degree apprenticeship or a degree such as Software Development or Computer Science. Skilled employment within the software development sector.
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