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At Pareto, we go above and beyond to find the right fit for both you and a prospective employer. Taking people of high potential and placing them in positions where they can excel.
We know what great potential looks like, so we understand that by investing in apprentices you’ll be introducing highly skilled and talented workers into your company.
The Information Communication Technician Level 3 Apprenticeship provides learners with the relevant knowledge and skills they’ll need to progress through the early stages of their careers. Those fulfilling the role of IT Support are required to resolve system user queries and faults in a helpdesk environment. We make sure that learners become perfectly equipped to carry out their job responsibilities to a high standard, helping them in the direction of long-term success.
Those who complete the Information Communication Technician Apprenticeship will gain an understanding of how to do the following:
18 months, with 80% of learning achieved on the job, for optimum productivity.
The role of Information Communication Technician Level 3 can be implemented across a variety of jobs titles such as 1st Line Support Technician or IT Support Technician
Gaining a Level 3 Information Communication Technician allows you to fit seamlessly into a number of different industries. For example, a Travel Agent uses a system to manage their customer bookings. However, when the system fails it needs rectifying rapidly in order to reduce the financial impact and damage to customer reputation. The business would contact an IT Technician to report the problem and either get it fixed or escalated to an engineer.
Whilst employers have the freedom to choose from a wide range of learners, apprentices without level 2 English and maths will need to achieve this level before taking the End-Point Assessment
To be eligible for the Information Communication Technician Level 3 Apprenticeship candidates must be:
A citizen within the European Economic Area (EEA) or have the right of abode in the UK, and have been ordinarily resident in the EEA for at least the previous three years on the first day of learning.
A non-EEA citizen with permission from the UK government to live in the UK, (not for educational purposes) and ordinarily resident in the UK for at least the previous three years before the start of the course.
If you’re looking to build your skills through professional training and on-the-job experience, an apprenticeship could point you in the right direction!