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Level 5 Diploma in Web Application Development

Course title

Level 5 Diploma in Web Application Development
75 credits

Campus location

Online blended delivery, and one face to face evening session per week at Whittingham Campus

Why study this course?

This programme has been designed to meet industry requirements and take learners from complete beginners to job ready.

Businesses have an increased reliance on digital technologies, and digital skills are a key requirement for adults in the West Midlands.  With a shortage of skilled developers, the Level 5 Diploma in Web Application Development will upskill a complete beginner to a web programmer.

This programme’s purpose is to upskill those already working in a website development role, but also offer learners with no previous experience in programming, a pathway to employment in this occupational area.

Applicants do not need technical experience to join, and the programme has excellent learner support, tutoring and mentoring.

Those who graduate the programme will be competent to work in the following junior/associate roles: Full Stack Developer; Frontend Developer; Backend Developer; Software Developer; QA Engineer.  They will also be competent to work in a Support Engineer role.

Areas for potential future specialisation/study include Frontend Frameworks; Systems Administration; Data Analytics; QA Engineering; User Experience; Dev Ops Engineering.

Length of course

Part time over two years

Compulsory modules

Unit 1: User Centric Frontend Development

Unit 2: Interactive Frontend Development

Unit 3: Data Centric Development

Unit 4: Full Stack Frameworks with Django

Delivery

Delivery is blended online. This comprises self-directed online learning and two evening sessions. One session will be face-to-face, and the second delivered remotely.

Tutorial support will be provided by the course leader.

Students will also receive a substantial support package as part of the online delivery. This includes 1:1 tutoring 24/5 plus weekends, personal mentoring and career services.

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Assessment

The method of assessment for this qualification is through a portfolio of evidence. The portfolio of evidence consists of four projects.  There are no exams.

The outcomes for learners are assessed and graded at Pass, Merit or Distinction level.

How to apply

Part time applicants should apply via the Apply link on the Halesowen College website.

Should any applicants have questions or queries, please contact the Student HUB for further guidance:

Phone: 0121 602 7777

Or via the live chat facility on the College’s website www.halesowen.ac.uk

Entry requirements

Mature applicants may present a more varied profile of achievement that is likely to include extensive work experience.

Halesowen College ask applicants have the following:

  • GCSE grades A* to C (9 – 4) in Maths and English Language.
  • A Level 3 vocational qualification in a relevant subject at grade PPP or above, or 1 A Level with one in a related area

Applicants will need to complete and pass the Code Institute’s coding challenge.  This is sent to applicants who complete the college’s application form.

Applicants to the programme will fall under the College’s HE Admissions Policy, including RPL.

Start date

Autumn 2021

Day

Autumn 2021 course timetable to be confirmed

Time

Autumn 2021 course timetable to be confirmed

Course fee 

Course Fee: £4880

Registration Fee: £225

Total Price: £5105

Advanced Learner Loan available to eligible applicants.

Should any applicants have questions or queries in relation to finance, please contact the Student HUB for further guidance:

Phone: 0121 602 7777

Or via the live chat facility on the College’s website www.halesowen.ac.uk


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