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Do you like working with computers games websites and apps? Ever thought about making a career out of your passion for digital? If you want to study alongside classmates and learn from industry too this T-Level in Digital Production Design and Development could be just what you're looking for. This two-year course will provide you with all the skills and industry experience you need to kick-start your career. Learning from tutors with a background in industry and in our fantastic facilities all whilst gaining invaluable experience through a work placement you will learn digital skills such as programming emerging issues and the impact of digital as well as legislation regulatory requirements and security. You will also undertake an employer industry placement for a minimum of 45 days throughout your course giving you the opportunity to put your new skills into practice and thrive in the workplace.

  • Entry Requirements, Units, Assessment and more...

    Entry Requirements

    You will need 5 GCSEs at grade 5 or above including English maths and IT/Computer Science. You may also be required to undertake an assessment to ensure your suitability ahead of enrolment.

    Assessment Method

    During the course you will be assessed via written examinations and employer set projects along with an assessment of progress during work placements.

    Aims of the course

    You will study the core content which aims to help you gain the knowledge understanding and application of contexts concepts theories and principles relating to the following areas: - Problem solving - Introduction to programming - Emerging issues and impact of digital - Legislation and regulatory requirements - Business context - Data - Digital environments - Security

    Progression Opportunities

    On successful completion of the course you may progress to higher education to study in a digital related or other field. Apprenticeships at advanced and higher level in the digital sector are open to you as is employment in the digital sector.


    Learning will be a mixture of classroom work using industry standard faciltiies and tehcnology as well as independent study and offsite work placement.

    Career Options

    This course is suitable for anyone wanting a career in software production and design. Students can progress into roles such as Web Developer Web Designer Software Developer Computer Games Tester Computer Games Developer E-learning Developer User Experience (UX) Designer and many more.

Course Details

Venue Southwark
Day/Eve Day
Mode Full Time
Start Date 02/09/2024
End Date 19/06/2026
Course Code 4ITBA9T0


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19-24 £ 0
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