Whether you want to improve your PC skills, develop applications and games, create websites or learn about networking, our ICT, computing and computer science courses will equip you with the skills for a career in this fast-paced and innovative industry. At CONEL, we offer you real work opportunities and placements with an industry focus, plus plenty of support and advice from a professional team. We have fully-equipped computer suites, giving you access to the latest hardware, software and networks at the cutting edge of computer technology, ensuring you have the most up-to-date skills required for the workplace.
Our IT and Computing Academy offers a fast-track route into the industry if you are aged 16-24, including summer internships, coaching and mentoring, and the opportunity to network with industry professionals.
Our courses will equip you with the knowledge and skills needed to work in this ever-expanding field. A web designer in London earns an average of £37,648, whilst software developers earns £49,483.
Career options at a glance include:
This course will help you kick start your career as a computer games designer. Starting with a foundation year, you’ll develop the industry knowledge, technical and professional skills you need to move on to study the BSc (Hons) Computer Games Design.
If you would like to study Computing at university but left school without the qualifications you need, then this Access to HE course could be for you. Each year, over 20,000 Access to HE students apply for a degree course at a UK university; if you go onto complete a relevant degree at university, your Advanced Learner Loan will be written off by Student Finance England.
This practical course will develop your technical IT skills, giving you specialist ICT skills relating to PC building, upgrading and maintenance, enabling you to progress into a career in ICT support.
This BTEC course will help you develop specialist skills in a wide variety of IT areas, including the development of websites and mobile apps, database management, and digital animation.
This course helps you to develop the professional skills to work in IT, including hardware, networking, programming, graphics and web development, as well as enabling you to progress to university.
This introductory course will equip you with the IT skills needed for today's workplace. You will gain new IT knowledge, including Microsoft Office (covering word processing, spreadsheets and presentation software).
This course will help you develop IT support skills, as well as helping you to develop, test and implement solutions to improve workplace productivity using IT.