ICT Functional Skills Level 2 is a vital qualification, which shows you have relevant computer skills that can be applied in a practical context. This qualification assesses a variety of skills, varying from your ability to use Microsoft Office effectively to accessing the internet whilst staying safe and secure.
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The Functional Skills qualification in ICT at Level 1 and 2 are ideal qualifications for learners wishing to develop practical, transferable skills in ICT in order to work confidently, effectively and independently in life. In this course, you will learn how to use the internet, emails, Microsoft Office software such as Word, Powerpoint and Excel – all of which are essential for current professional practices.
This qualification is ideal for learners wishing to develop practical, transferable skills in ICT in order to work confidently, effectively and independently in life.
The purpose of this qualification is to provide learners with ICT skills to help them gain the most from life, learning and work.
The objectives of this qualification are to help learners to:
There are no specific entry requirements set by the awarding body.
This qualification is assessed via 1 external assessment. The assessment will be split into 2 sections:
For eligible learners, the qualification is free of charge. For more information about eligibility, please call our team on 020 8472 6060.
A lot of learners are who are looking to get in to university or work are finding it difficult to do so because they do not have a GCSE Grade C or equivalent in Maths, English and ICT. This qualification is designed to address exactly that.
This qualification is suitable for learners studying the following:
For more information about career development and how we can help, please speak to one of our advisers at 020 8472 6060.
This depends on your circumstances and the funding stream that are available at the time. We strongly advise you to speak to our adviser at 020 8472 6060.
We have courses running every month therefore we advise you to speak to our advisors at 020 8472 6060 and book a place.
The typical duration of the courses are 15-20 weeks including the examinations. This may vary because of awarding body restrictions on when examinations can take place.
These courses are assessed externally – which means there are examinations. The examinations dates are arranged by us after the end of the course.
Sometimes learners fail an examination because of difficult personal circumstances and if needed, you are welcome to speak to our trained advisors confidentially about these and we can arrange for support where possible. We strongly advise learners to speak to our advisors about anything that may hamper your learning as soon as possible so we can arrange for support. That said, there are options for 1 re-sit for most qualifications free of charge.
Mostly yes. Every university has their own entry requirements which can be found on their own website. If you need support in choosing the right university / higher education programme, you are welcome to speak to our trained advisors