There are 2 complementary units concerned with applying ICT to solve problems and effects of using ICT in the world today.
Candidates have the opportunity to put into practice a wide range of software and hardware to create solutions to solve problems:
Students study the concepts associated with the use of ICT in the 21st century. They also have opportunities for acquiring skills needed in the IT profession such as co-operative working and project management.
These practical skills can be developed in areas of ICT that are of interest to them. Students can also use these newly acquired skills as a springboard into other qualifications and working environments:
ICT is an ever growing field with ever more careers needing ICT, from cybernetics, to medical engineering to robotics and aeronautical engineering; there are literally hundreds of career opportunities that can use ICT as an A Level.
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