From Graphic Design to Videographer; this career family will allow you to utilise your creativity and technical skills.
With good attention to detail and a head for numbers you’ll be collecting, analysing, and presenting data to internal and external stakeholders on a range of subjects.
Digital communication involves the use of online tools like email, social media messaging and texting to reach other individuals or a specific audience in order to share a message.
Working in Technology Solutions gives you the opportunity to be involved in conceiving, designing, programming, and testing frameworks and applications used by businesses and end users at all levels.
IT operations is the overarching term for the processes and services administered by an organisation's information technology (IT) department IT operations are responsible for defining the way an organisation manages software and hardware.
Working in User Research & Relationships means you’ll focus on building, managing, and utilising relationships with people, clients, and users at all levels.
Newcastle College is a further and higher education college in the North East. They offer hundreds of vocational courses, degrees and apprenticeships.
With strong partnerships in technology, Newcastle College works with leading industry organisations such as Accenture, Dynamo, Bede Gaming, DXC, NBS, Waterstons and Digital Union.
From game design, to IT, digital marketing, cyber security and networking, a range of courses and apprenticeships are available for all levels to give students an opportunity to gain key skills in technology.
Students also get the opportunity to access client-based opportunities and teach using industry standard software and technology.
Situated in the city centre of Newcastle, the main campus is a short walk from central station. With a handful of shops on its doorstep, students have a handful are in no shortage of a thriving scene.
Students in digital are based in the Trevelyan building. This gives them access oto a dedicated Mac suite for gaming and graphics production. With specialist software and hardware to support application development, students can develop their skillset using top-of-the-range equipment.
Newcastle College has one of the largest libraries in the North East, with over 40,000 books and journals. Additionally, there are many learning spaces across the college to help you with independent study.
If you have a passion for computing and technology, then look no further than Newcastle College to give yourself the best start in a technology-focused career.
With recent funding from the Office for students (OfS) to spend on equipment, computing students can access £2m facilities and collaborate with employers in industry.
Leading edge teaching facilities such as CAD to VR software sets and Newcastle College part from others in industry.
Students at Newcastle College have gone on to become:
Develop your skills on the job and work with some of the most reputable companies in the North East to kick start your career in computing. An apprenticeship is perfect for anyone who would like to broaden their knowledge.
Computing and digital technology is always evolving. If you have a creative and technical mind, then you'll get the opportunity to use real-life problem solving and develop a comprehensive knowledge of the computing world.
Join the thriving digital community at Newcastle College and experience hands-on learning. You'll also get the opportunity to gain practical experience and collaborate with other students and businesses to further improve your skill set.
Develop your skills in IT and become an expert in computing. These courses are available on both a full time and part-time basis for a range of learners. Ranging from entry level to level 4 engineering, our courses give all students an insight into IT.