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Computing and Office Technologies

Choosing a computing or office technologies course can open the door into hundreds of different jobs in a range of career areas worldwide, such as IT support role: IT Technical, Network Technician first line, second line and third line support technician, desktop support engineer.

Our work-related courses combine a mixture of face-to-face and online lectures, practical sessions and industry talks and trips to give you in-depth knowledge of your chosen subject. 

Work experience opportunities across our programmes help students to achieve successful employment on completion of their programme of study. 

On top of all that, our tutors have a wealth of industry experience. So, you can be sure you will be learning from people who have the experience and knowledge to set you up for a career in an IT support role.

You can download a course guide here.

We offer a range of computing and IT courses at Nottingham College, ranging from beginners to university level and even apprenticeships.

The rise of digital technology shows no signs of slowing down, so there’s no better time to start developing the skills that could lead to exciting careers all over the world.

If you’d like to specialise in software development or design the next big computer game, we can help you along your way.

  • The average salary for a computer professional is £31,000.

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Information Communications Technician - Advanced Apprenticeship (Level 3)

Progress your career in the IT industry with this Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship.

Can’t find the apprenticeship you’re looking for?

Annual Apprenticeship Conference 2022

Published on: 25 March 2022

How apprenticeships can lead to successful, new careers

Published on: 21 March 2022