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Computer Engineering at ELATT

Do you like computers and want to learn more about their inner workings? Then Computer Engineering is for you!

When learning Computer Engineering at ELATT you will learn to install, configure, use, and maintain a wide array of software, including the Windows Operating System, and security features such as Windows Server, security layers and security software (read more about the difference between Windows and Windows Server here.)

One of the Units you will learn in Computer Engineering is Cybersecurity. In Cybersecurity you will learn about key protection software and features you can use not only in a potential job but on your personal hardware. Terms you will become familiar with are Preventive Maintenance, in which you will be taught how to watch out for when your system will fail and how to circumvent any issues that come with that. Another unit you will learn is Customer Support, one of the most vital aspects of a computing career, in which you will learn how to address customers, deal with difficult customers and how to adhere to the service agreement provided.

Starting at Level 2 Award, you will be studying 6 hours a week for 9 – 10 weeks. At higher levels you will be studying from 6 – 12 hours a week for 24 weeks, following City and Guilds Computer Engineering qualifications. Basic requirements for entry are Entry Level 3 English (Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking) basic IT skills.

Computer Engineering can open many doors for you in your life and the National Careers Service tells us that a salary of £30,000 is very achievable. This line of work can truly widen your scope and broaden your horizons, so join ELATTs’ Computer Engineering class today.

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