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Who is it for?
A degree apprenticeship enables individuals to earn whilst they learn, combining academic study at University with substantial training and development of transferable skills in the workplace. The Digital and Technology Solutions Specialist is a Master’s level degree apprenticeship which provides employers with the opportunity to upskill existing staff, or recruit new talent in to their organisation.
“A Digital & Technology Solutions Specialist maintains digital and technology strategies through technology leadership; investigating, identifying and implementing technological strategic solutions. They direct digital technology provision by studying organisation goals, strategies, and practices and delivering and supporting strategic plans for implementing digital technologies”.
Why do the apprenticeship?
It will provide apprentices with a way to both earn in their chosen area of employment, and study to obtain a MSc degree.
What are the benefits?
The blend of technical and management skills will enable apprentices to gain confidence, competence and capability to apply leadership within their organisation. Learned management skills will enable apprentices to operate in a range of digital and technology related specialist roles. Apprentices are not required to pay University tuition fees, and will earn a full-time wage.
What you’ll study
The Digital and Technology Solutions Specialist is an apprenticeship that will take 2 years to complete, leading to a MSc university qualification, awarded by NTU.
NTU has a major commitment to develop degree apprenticeship courses. NTU’s apprenticeships are suitable for both small and large employers, and can be tailored to meet employers’ specific business needs. The Computing and Technology Department has:
– highly-regarded academics, who are active in a broad range of research areas, achieving 80% world-leading or internationally-excellent research impact (REF 2014);
– a rich mix of knowledge ranging from software development for different types of systems, Artificial Intelligence, cybersecurity and IT management, through to hardware aspects such as networking;
– industrial experience built up and maintained through our industrial links and our applied research activity;
– ultra-modern facilities, equipment and software. This includes the new Interdisciplinary STEM Teaching and Engagement Centre (ISTEC), which contains state-of-the-art laboratories;
– Access to academic programs from Microsoft, Oracle, IBM, SAS, and major software available across all campus computers;
– Experience in delivering Masters courses in Data Analytics for Business (part time), Computer Science, IT Security, Technology, and Cloud and Enterprise Computing.