BTEC L1 Coding, Multimedia, Robotics & Web Development

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Learn all the essentials to get started in digital and IT. You'll gain technical and organisational knowledge, and produce computer programmes, animations and various forms of project work - all while getting to grips with working in the industry.

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Course Information

In this course, you’ll gain the fundamental knowledge to kickstart a career in IT or prepare for further learning. You’ll gain technical knowledge through the use of digital communication technologies and create computer programmes, animations and websites, as well as developing your own digital product. Using spreadsheets, you’ll build the problem solving, planning and organisational skills that are in demand for busy IT jobs across multiple sectors. You’ll also increase and strengthen your employability skills in organisation and research, while following a personal progression plan to achieve your career goals.


Who is this course for?

If you're in year 11 or 12 and are looking to take the next steps towards your career, these courses are for you. Our vast selection of vocational courses span a range of subjects and combine academic study with practical skills. Study in industry-standard facilities and use our industry links to prepare for progression.

Units / Modules

  • Being Organised
  • Progression Plan
  • Creating an Animation
  • Creating a Website
  • Recording Income and Expenditure
  • Creating a Computer Program
  • Developing Multimedia
  • Project Planning

Benefits / Skills

  • Create a website and a computer program
  • Develop digital information and a digital product
  • Follow a personal progression plan to achieve your career goals
  • Strengthen employability skills such as organisation and research

Entry Requirements

Four GCSEs at grade 2 or above, including English and maths. At least one of your GCSEs needs to be a grade 3 in English or maths. If you have not achieved grade 4 in English and maths, this will be factored into your course.

Career Progression

Progression may include studying a Level 2 qualification, an apprenticeship, or relevant employment.

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Course Details


1 year

Study Type

Full time

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Course Fee (16-18)

No fee

Course Facts

Trips and Opportunities

English and maths will be built into your course if your grades are below grade 4.


There are 22,526 jobs in the IT sector in Leeds; this means the IT sector in Leeds has 6% more employees than the national average. (EMSI, 2019).


Roles after our digital and IT courses can include web designer, software developer, network engineer, computer systems analyst and cybersecurity analyst.

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