Computer Science - BTEC Extended Diploma - Level 3
The BTEC Extended Diploma Level 3 extends the specialist work related focus available from the Computer Science - Level 3 course.
The programme also includes studying Maths and English towards GCSE grade A-C if you do not already have these grades.
Balliol Road, Bootle, L20 7EW
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. What topics/modules are covered?
Software design and development
Systems analysis and design
Object orientated programming
Procedural orientated programming
Human - Computer interaction
IT technical support
IT systems troubleshooting and repair
Computer system architecture
Maintaining computer systems
Installing and upgrading software. What are the entry requirements?
In order to qualify for this course, you will need:
4 GCSEs at grade A*-C in an IT related subject and maths and English at grade A-D
Computer Science - Level 2 or other relevant Level 2 qualification at Merit or above and be working towards GCSE Maths and English at grade A*- C
Entry to all courses are subject to a successful interview, a satisfactory reference from your school or employer and evidence that you will be a committed student. Career Path
IT System Helpdesks
Database Developer. What can I do if I complete this course?
Employment. What qualification will I gain?
BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in IT.. How many days of the week will I be studying?
4 days.. Start date
2 years (with the option of completing a 90 credit qualification after 1 year).. Where will I be based?
The Sixth Form Centre, Hugh Baird College.. OfferingID
Aged 16-18 Aged 19-23 and 1st full level 3 Aged 19+ Loan
Free Free £4,322
If you are aged 19+ you may be eligible for financial support to cover the cost of the course and/or travel, childcare and equipment expenses. Click here to find out more.. Disclaimer
We reserve the right to make changes and improvements to the provision of courses and other details. There are minimum numbers of students required for each course to run. Should there be insufficient numbers to run a particular course, then every effort will be made to enrol you on a similar, appropriate course.