T Levels are nationally-recognised qualifications which carry UCAS tariff points. Passing one T Level is the equivalent of passing three A Levels. T Levels offer a unique way of learning, combining valuable industry experience with classroom study. This course covers a broad range of topics such as, Digital Analysis, Digital Environments and Legislation, providing you with a wide-ranging knowledge and many important industry skills. As well as the core course content, there are opportunities to specialise in areas such as Digital Support, Network Cabling, Cyber Security and Digital Infrastructure. Your industry placement will provide you with an understanding of industry standards and will help you to recognise and practice professional codes of conduct. This experience will help you to stand out to future employers and/or educational institutes. Career options might include Infrastructure Technician, Technical Support Professional or Digital Systems Operator.

What the course leads to

What courses can I do after this? 

You may wish to progress on to a Higher Education course or into full-time employment on completion of the T Level.

What jobs can I get? 

Career options might include Infrastructure Technician, Technical Support Professional or Digital Systems Operator.

What do I need to apply

To do this course you should have... 

To enrol on this course, you must have Maths and English GCSEs at Grade 4 (Formerly Grade C) or above to enrol on this course.

What about work experience? 

As part of your T Level, you will complete 45 days in a work placement. We encourage you to find an employer that is the right fit for you and will support you in securing your employment.

Course costs

Course content

Course Content 

What will you learn?

Throughout the course you will:

  • Learn how digital technologies impact business and market environment.
  • Understand the ethical and moral implications of digital technology.
  • How to use data in software design.
  • Use digital technologies to analyse and solve problems.
  • Study the legal and regulatory obligations relating to digital technologies.
  • Plan digital projects.
  • Test software, hardware and data.
  • Use digital tools for project management and collaboration.
  • Learn about roles within the digital support services sector.
  • Practice fault analysis and problem resolution.

More info

Start Day/Time 

This course begins from September 2024.

Attendance 

Full-time

Level 

Level 2

Qualification Name 

T Level

Awarding Body 

Bournemouth & Poole College

More about the course 

T Levels are Nationally recognised qualifications which carry UCAS tariff points. Passing one T Level is the equivalent of passing three A Levels. T Levels offer a unique way of learning, combining valuable industry experience with classroom study. This course covers a broad range of topics such as, Digital Analysis, Digital Environments and Legislation, providing you with a wide-ranging knowledge and many important industry skills. As well as the core course content, there are opportunities to specialise in areas such as Digital Support, Network Cabling, Cyber Security and Digital Infrastructure. Your industry placement will provide you with an understanding of industry standards and will help you to recognise and practice professional codes of conduct. This experience will help you to stand out to future employers and/or educational institutes. Career options might include Infrastructure Technician, Technical Support Professional or Digital Systems Operator.

What will you learn?

Throughout the course you will:

  • Learn how digital technologies impact business and market environment.
  • Understand the ethical and moral implications of digital technology.
  • How to use data in software design.
  • Use digital technologies to analyse and solve problems.
  • Study the legal and regulatory obligations relating to digital technologies.
  • Plan digital projects.
  • Test software, hardware and data.
  • Use digital tools for project management and collaboration.
  • Learn about roles within the digital support services sector.
  • Practice fault analysis and problem resolution.

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Academic Year 

2024/25

Attendance 

Full-time

Level 

Level 2

Qualification Name 

T Level

Awarding Body 

Bournemouth & Poole College