Computing and IT is required in nearly all businesses and job roles in today's world. Whether it is the ability to communicate and run administration using software, the advanced technical knowledge to design new programs, or the knowledge of how to build secure networks, IT skills are in huge demand and the sector provides literally millions of job opportunities.
The College of North West London is a highly-regarded provider of training in both hardware and software, covering IT systems and support, and specialist use of IT applications. Our computing offer ranges run from entry level and those designed to support people with visual impairments, through to degree-level courses.
The College has a range of facilities equipped to provide the learning opportunities you need, including a Cisco and networking lab, web design and mobile app systems, and specialist software reflecting your course's needs. We are also introducing new courses in robotics, reflecting a particular stand-out feature of our provision.
For more information on Computing and ICT courses, please click on the links below.
|Certificate For IT Users - (ITQ) (QCF): Level 3||Adults||City & Guilds|
|Certificate For IT Users (ITQ) (QCF): Level 1||16-18, Adults||City & Guilds|
|Certificate For IT Users (ITQ) (QCF): Level 2||Adults||City & Guilds|
|Certificate for IT Users (Start IT - ITQ) Entry 3||Adults||City & Guilds|
|City & Guilds Diploma for IT Users (ITQ) Level 3||Adults||City & Guilds|
|Diploma for IT Users (ITQ): Level 1||16-18, Adults||BTEC Level 1|
|Extended Diploma in Computing (16-18)||16-18 (Full-time)|
|Foundation Degree in Computing (Full Time)||Adults||H.E. Courses|
|Foundation Degree in Computing (Part time)||Adults (Part-time)||H.E. Courses|
|HNC in Computing||Adults||H.E. Courses|
|HNC in Computing (Part time)||Adults (Part-time)||H.E. Courses|
|HND in Computing (Full time)||Adults, H.E. Students||H.E. Courses|