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IT Software & Web Professionals Apprenticeship Level 2

IT Professionals Level 2 Apprenticeship at Bedford College

This apprenticeship will provide you with the skills required to develop computer solutions that help businesses and individuals become more successful in their work. This may include developing software or websites, helping companies set up new systems, or training people to use their IT facilities. This course will combine the practical hands-on experience of the workplace with the knowledge and understanding gained through College attendance. Optional units are selected by you and your employer, to reflect the work being undertaken in your job role.

Entry requirements

Grade requirements: You will need a minimum of four GCSEs at grades A*-C or 9-5, including English and maths.

Course content

During this apprenticeship you will study a range of topics, including:

  • Organisation and planning of own workload
  • Health and safety
  • Customer care
  • Development of own effectiveness and professionalism
  • Hardware installation
  • Set up an IT systems
  • Creating a procedural computer program
  • Technical advice and guidance
  • Testing ICT systems
  • Computer games development

Assessment methods

You will be assessed through building a portfolio of evidence.


You will gain the following qualifications:

ICT Professional Competence Level 2 Diploma


  • ICT Systems & Principles for IT Practitioners Level 2 Award
  • Employment Rights and Responsibilities
  • Functional Skills in English and Maths

Further study and career options

Further study: On successful completion of this course you could progress on to the advanced IT Professional Apprenticeship (Software, Web & Telecoms) Level 3.

Future careers: These qualifications can help you progress into a range of roles including database administrator, internet/web professional, IT product developer, IT technical sales and network manager.

Additional information

Course Information & How to Apply

To start this Apprenticeship you will need to be employed in a relevant job role – visit the Apprenticeships section of our website, where you can view our Apprenticeship vacancies. For further information or queries you can email us or call 01234 291000.

LengthStart DateDay(s)FeesLocationCourse Code
1 year Flexible In College – 1 day per week Free if 16-18yrs. If 19 or over please ring 01234 291000. Cauldwell Street F1587

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We have access arrangements in place to help students with disabilities or any other particular needs. Call us on 01234 291000 for more information.

Additional formats
Course information sheets are also available in large print and audio formats. Call us on
01234 291000 to order your copy.

Next steps

To be eligible for an apprenticeship you must either be employed on a full-time contract by an employer willing to support your training or have an offer of employment as an apprentice. Bedford College can help you find a job role with an employer if you don’t already have one.

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Bedford College actively seeks to promote equality of access to education and training and to provide support where appropriate. Employers are made aware that apprentices have the same rights to protection against discrimination, harassment and victimisation under the Equality Act 2010 as employees. 

Apprentices who have disclosed a disability covered by Equality legislation have the right to request reasonable adjustments in the workplace. We will work with employers to ensure that appropriate adjustments are agreed and established to facilitate this.

At the College we provide additional support for students and apprentices who have a specific learning difficulty or disability.

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