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  1. BTEC Level 3 Diploma in IT

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    Course code: 70400-01

    The course is ideal in giving you an insight into the various career options in IT.

    You will have the opportunity to study new skills in areas such as Computer Games Design, Database Design, Graphics, Web Design and other units that will prepare you for employment in the IT industry.

    The course is equivalent to 2 A levels.

    Starting in September 2019, please select 19/20 from the drop down menu for Year of Study.

     

  2. Advanced Apprenticeship Team Leader/Supervisor (Level 3)

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    The apprentice will work towards a first line management role, with responsibilities in operations, managing teams and helping to meet departmental/store targets. Themes within this apprenticeship include project management, decision making, organisational performance and personal excellence.

    Key responsibilities are likely to include supporting, managing and developing team members, managing projects, planning and monitoring workloads and resources, delivering operational plans, resolving problems, and building relationships internally and externally.

  3. Advanced Apprenticeship in Customer Service (Level 3)

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    Further enhance your customer service skills by understanding the different types of customer whilst gaining more experience in the field. The apprentice will gain an understanding of the customer service environment, the principles of business, customer retention and the use of technology to improve customer service. In the work place, some apprentices will be required to make and receive telephone calls confidently, while others will help with the organisation of meetings and effectively be able to use, handle mail and use office equipment. Other duties may include welcoming visitors to their business therefore the apprentice should have key communication skills and customer-handling skills. Apprentices will be required to have the skills, knowledge and competencies to support business systems, processes and services to contribute to making businesses more efficient and productive.

  4. Intermediate Apprenticeship in Customer Service (Level 2)

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    The apprentice will gain both technical knowledge and real practical experience, along with functional and personal skills. These are acquired through a mix of learning in the workplace, formal off-the-job training and academic study at college. Apprentices will be able to contribute to improved customer service delivery and increased customer satisfaction in the public sectors and attract new customers to the business. They will also improve customer loyalty and remain competitive and profitable in the private sector. Other roles will include communicating effectively with customers either face to face or by telephone and promoting their products and services to a wider audience.

  5. ACCESS to Higher Education – Business

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    This course is for students over 19 years of age. If you are interested in a career in business or accounting or you want to go to university or study a higher apprenticeship in business or finance then this course is perfect for you if you do not have the grades.

  6. Business & IT – Business BTEC Level 2 First Certificate

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    Course Code: 73021-01

    This is a great beginners course to business. Students will learn the basics about business, including finance and marketing.

  7. CAD (Computer Aided Design) Level 3 3D Award

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    The Computer Aided Design course provides opportunity for students to gain a range of valuable City & Guilds qualifications in 2 & 3-Dimensional CAD at level 2 and 3. The CAD schemes attract students from diverse backgrounds such as Electrical/Civil/Mechanical Engineering, Architectural, Furniture Design, Sports Ground Design, Town Planning, Highways, Cartography…or anyone who needs to produce plans. Increasingly, students from artistic/graphic backgrounds appreciate the links between the precise nature of CAD and graphical illustration.

    There are nine learning outcomes to the Level 3 3D qualification:

    • Apply appropriate commands to set the 3D modelling environment
    • Create and use working planes at any required position/attitude within 3D Space
    • Define and use co-ordinate points at any position within 3D Space
    • Apply appropriate commands to construct the whole or part of a 3D model using the best available method – surface or solid modelling
    • Apply appropriate commands to modify 3D solid objects
    • Apply appropriate commands to perform 3D operations on existing objects
    • Apply appropriate commands to manipulate a 3D model
    • Apply appropriate commands to view 3D model in a variety of display formats
    • Print/plot/export 3D models
  8. CAD (Computer Aided Design) Level 3 2D

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    The Computer Aided Design course provide opportunity for students to gain a range of valuable City & Guilds qualifications in 2 & 3-Dimensional CAD at level 2 and 3. The CAD schemes attract students from diverse backgrounds such as Electrical/Civil/Mechanical Engineering, Architectural, Furniture Design, Sports Ground Design, Town Planning, Highways, Cartography…or anyone who needs to produce plans. Increasingly, students from artistic/graphic backgrounds appreciate the links between the precise nature of CAD and graphical illustration.

    There are thirteen learning outcomes to the Level 3 2D qualification:

    • Use a layering system and different line type styles
    • Define and use a system for grouping objects to form blocks or libraries
    • Produce isometric drawings within the 2D environment
    • Define and use an adjustable co-ordinate system based on user requirements
    • Use complex dimensioning routines
    • Use different drawing spaces and complex multi viewing areas
    • Produce hard copies of drawings
    • Make inquiries of an existing drawing and place reference points
    • Use a means of pre-command object selection in order to carry out editing processes
    • Change the properties of a number of drawn entities
    • Edit blocks/symbols and hatched areas
    • Modify continuous lines formed by a connected sequence of lines or arcs
    • Use a method to remove unused items and rename other items logically

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Keighley College

Bradford Road, Keighley
West Yorkshire BD21 4HQ United Kingdom

Tel: 01535 685000
Student Absence Line: 01535 685109 / attendance@keighleycollege.ac.uk
Email: enquiries@keighleycollege.ac.uk

Exams Email: exams-KLY@leedscitycollege.ac.uk