This course is suitable for school leavers or other young people looking to improve their skills in computing, digital media, web development, networking or computer games. It may also be attractive if you are a mature student wishing to change career direction or return to full-time study.
There are opportunities to study any of the component units on a part-time basis.
There are no academic requirements for entry to the course.
Entry is by interview and suitable candidates would have a genuine interest in digital media computing in some form. This could relate to multimedia business IT computer games or computing.
Those achieving the Computing with Digital Media NC at level 4 will gain automatic entry to the level 5 course.
The course contains the following mandatory units:
In addition, you will undertake a range of optional units in the areas of web design, mobile technologies, digital media, networking or general computing. These options will vary by course location. Your core skills of communications and numeracy will also be developed.
The course will be delivered in one of our centres. There will be extensive use of online resources to enhance delivery of the course. A small number of units will be taught using video conferencing facilities by tutors from other centres, providing a useful introduction to working in a dispersed team.
Each unit will be studied over one semester, at one hour and 50 minutes per week.
Please contact your local centre for more information on start date.
For the latest information on fees please see our fees policy.
On completion of this course you may progress to Level 6 Computing with Digital Media or an HNC in Computing or Interactive Media.
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We are no longer accepting applications for 2017/18
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