Digital Technology and Computing

What does digital technologies mean to you? It is far more than working with computers - it is the fastest moving and expanding sector which is constantly changing.

It’s about the use of electronic tools, systems and devices to produce, store and process information, including social media, multimedia and mobiles.

Sectors include app development, programming, data analysis, network management, creative media, digital marketing, music technologies and more.

This is a dynamic, exciting and constantly evolving career route which will open up a world wide range of opportunities.

Meet our students Anna Bayliss

Anna Bayliss

“The practical work and the chance to use the computer software in a more in-depth programme was the reason I chose the study at Newbury College. I enjoy being able to be creative in my learning.”

Meet our students Jake Lambourn

Jake Lambourn

I chose Newbury College because it provided me with the right course in the specific area of IT I wanted to pursue. As an apprentice, the on-the-job training allowed me to fully immerse myself in the career I wanted and a work environment which taught me the skills I still use today. Since leaving the College I have worked for various companies around the South East including design agencies, print and digital marketing companies, start-ups and charities. I am delighted to currently be using my skills to support the local community at Apple Print Creative and Design as a Web Developer.

What can I progress on to?

Information technology and telecommunications professionals n.e.c.

up to £45,240

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Information technology and telecommunications directors

up to £80,600

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IT business analysts, architects and systems designers

up to £53,040

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