PDA Software Development – CORE (SCQF Level 7) @ Glasgow

January 31, 2019 @ 9:30 am – 4:30 pm
IT Professional Training
McCormick House, 50 Darnely Street Glasgow
G41 2SE

Study, Get hired and demonstrate the skills you’ll build by joining ITPT’s Software Development Course. ITPT is offering a wide range of certification programmes which are designed to take your career to next level.

Funding Available:

This course is FREE (SAAS part-time funding) to anyone who is receiving state benefits or earning £25,000 or less, given that they have not used SAAS/ILA funding towards any other course/training in the last 12 months.

General aims of the qualification
1. To develop an understanding of the software development life cycle.
2. To develop skills in computer programming.
3. To develop computational thinking skills.
4. To prepare learners for employment.
5. To develop team-working skills.
6. To develop project management and time management skills.
7. To develop an appreciation of the contemporary IT industry.
8. To facilitate retraining of learners with no background in software development.
9. To facilitate the up-skilling of learners with a background in computing.
10. To contribute to the reduction of skills shortages in the software development area

CORE (SCQF Level 7)
The Software Development Core level is designed for those you are looking to enter into the world of Software Development. This level provides the essential knowledge and experience of Software Languages from a variety of Programming Vendors.

Aims of Qualification
The principal Aim of the qualification is to prepare the learners to obtain employment as entry level computer programmers.

No previous knowledge of computer programming is required, but learners would benefit from having previous experience of using computers, for example, the use of office applications.

SQA Group Award Codes:
GL15 47

SQA Unit Framework:
The course comprises of three Units:

1. Software Development: Analysis and Design
2. Software Development: Implementation and Testing
3. Software Development: Project

Analysis and Design
This Unit introduces the Software Development Analysis and Design Process. It covers traditional and contemporary trends in software development methodologies including Waterfall, Prototyping, Incremental, Spiral, Rapid Application Development (RAD) and Agile. You will gain practical experience in using various Analysis and Design tools and be able to produce models and apply both the Waterfall and the Agile Development approaches.

Implementation and Testing
This Unit will introduce you to the principles and practices of computer programming including the stages in writing a computer program, the basic constructs of programming, algorithms, data types, data structures and testing techniques. You will develop your programming and computational thinking skills by implementing and testing practical solutions using an appropriate software development environment.

This Unit is designed to give you the opportunity to apply skills and knowledge of software analysis, design, implementation and testing to produce the components of a software product composed of multiple sub-programs. It is aimed at learners wishing to begin
preparing for a role as an entry-level software developer. You will analyse a problem, design the operation and interaction of program components, produce working code to meet requirements, and test a completed solution to prove functional operation.

Course Tuition Fees: (If you not eligible for the SAAS Part Time Funding)
If any student do not qualify for the SAAS, DWP or SDS funding then they can also self-finance this course. Please contact us for the price and manageable instalments option is available.

There is further discounts if there a group of students or delegates from the company like to attend this course.

For more information please do contact us on 0141 429 2922 / info@itpt.co.uk

October 15, 2018