March & September
Full-time/Evening classroom based
Laksamana College of Business
The BTEC Higher National qualification in Computing is designed to address an increasing need for high quality professional and technical education pathways at Level 4 and 5, providing students with a clear path to employment or progression to further education, such as, a degree. The programme aims to develop graduates with a strong and broad technical knowledge in computer science and technology reflecting the current developments in Information Technology (IT) area such as Software Engineering and Application Development. This course would be beneficial to anyone who wishes to work in the innovative, exciting and fast-paced world of Information Technology.
Provide IT employees opportunities to achieve a nationally and internationally recognised level 5 qualification
Equip learners with excellent career path in IT related industry
Upon completion of Pearson BTEC Level 5 HND Diploma in Computing in (Software Engineering or Application Development), students have direct entry into second year of:
- BSc (Hons) Computer Science
BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma in Computing (Software Engineering/ Application Development and Testing)
- 1 GCE ‘A’ Level + 4 GCE ‘O’ Level Credits*
- BDTVEC National Diploma
- HNTEC Certificate, or equivalent
*GCE ‘O’ Level in English or IELTS score of 5.5 can also be considered with this qualification
- Pearson BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Business
- University Foundation Course
Employers value BTEC qualifications as courses are usually industry directed, in other words they give students industry-specific knowledge and skills which makes them readily employable. BTEC qualifications start to prepare you for a specific career, whereas A levels aim to give you a solid academic grounding in a given subject.
BTEC offers career-based qualifications designed to give students the skills they need to move on to higher education or to go straight into employment. BTEC develops a range of practical skills and knowledge which help learners to prepare for and progress in their chosen career.
Classroom style teaching combined with the project work and practical, work-related activities help to develop student’s behaviour and skills which can include teamwork, creative thinking and presentation skills.
More employers and Higher Education institutions than ever before are choosing BTEC-qualified candidates for their academic and practical. knowledge and skills
Students also attend 60 hours of additional English training, and are able to sit the IELTS examination.