BCS Level 3 Diploma
Our Level 3 Infrastructure Technician Apprenticeship is designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills to develop as an Infrastructure Technician. This will allow you to support productivity through the use of IT. This programme has been designed by industry leading employers to ensure that as a 3aaa Apprentice, you receive the most relevant Technology training for industry.
Over the 15 month Apprenticeship, you will gain a wide range of knowledge and experience in a Technology role, allowing you to kick-start your career.
Benefits Of This Apprenticeship
- You will gain the relevant skills to maintain a secure network.
- You will develop the skills to setup and troubleshoot network devices.
- You will understand why backup processes are business critical.
- You will be able to repair and upgrade computer systems to ensure you take advantage of technological changes.
- You will gain an understanding of the laws and regulations applicable to your role and the business you work for.
Typical Job RolesThese are just a few of the job roles you could apply for to start your Infrastructure Technician Apprenticeship:
- Help Desk Technician
- First or Second Line Technician
- Network Support
- IT Infrastructure Technician
- IT Engineer
- Cyber Security Technician
Industry Recognised Qualification
On completion of your Apprenticeship, you will be awarded BCS accredited Knowledge Modules covering: Networking and Architecture, Mobile and Operating Systems, Cloud Services, Coding and Logic and Business Procedures.
Upon completion of the course, you will also receive an industry recognised qualification from Microsoft or CompTIA whilst gaining eligibility to apply for the register of IT Technicians confirming SFIA Level 3 Professional Competence.
Training And Mentoring
Your Apprenticeship will last 15 months and will involve you coming into your local academy during the initial stages of the programme. Your local academy will then work with you and your employer to establish the timetables for your sessions.
You must submit a portfolio of evidence comprising of workplace tasks, which will be supported by evidence gathered throughout your Apprenticeship. Your local academy will explain further.
To be accepted into the 3aaa Apprenticeships' applicant pool, you must hold 5 GCSEs (graded A* to C or 9 to 5) or equivalent.This must include English and Maths and you must demonstrate a proven passion for technology.
Progress Your Apprenticeship
After completion of your Level 3 Apprenticeship you can then progress onto a Level 4 Apprenticeship in Network Engineering which will further your knowledge and skills. Upon completion, you will receive BCS Level 4 in Network Engineering which will give you an extended knowledge of Technology.