Information and communication technologies in education refers to teaching and learning the subject matter that enables understanding the functions and effective use of information and communication technologies (ICTs).

The Double Award qualification at AS and A2 level introduces students to key aspects of the ICT practitioner role, including system design and installation, software development, website design and management, technical support, networks and communications and working with end users.

Students of WhyTeacher’s GCE in Applied ICT will learn how to use appropriate ICT tools and techniques to carry out investigations, capture and handle data, solve problems and plan and manage projects. The AS qualification has a broad appeal and develops students’ communication and decision-making skills.

These are harnessed to build and maintain an eportfolio as a showcase for their achievements.

The Double Award qualification at AS and A2 level introduces students to key aspects of the ICT practitioner role, including system design and installation, software development, website design and management, technical support, networks and communications and working with end users.

WhyTeacher GCSE ICT provides excellent coverage of Information Technology and digital literacy, and fulfils a significant part of the Key Stage 4 Computing curriculum.