This qualification is appropriate for individuals employed at any level of an organisation across any sector in which ICT systems are used as part of the business.
Topics include the principles of cyber security, threats to organisational security, safe ICT use and the importance of implementing cyber security policies.
There are no formal entry requirments. All applicants will be required to attend an interview to ensure their suitabilty for the course.
Upon achieving the qualification, you will be awarded a certificate giving the full qualification title - the Level 2 Award in Cyber Security Awareness for Business.
Former Media Studies learner James Radford is revelling in his first job with a creative agency. He has secured a role as a Production Assistant with Derby based Matchstick Design.
His main responsibility is to help ensure smooth work flow in the studio – taking briefs, dealing with suppliers and seeing jobs through to delivery. He’s also preparing images for use in wide ranging projects and assisting with research.
With further experience, he aims to take on a more senior role on the creative side of the business.
It’s my first job and I’m sure my time at Derby College helped me to get it. My studies gave me skills, confidence and knowledge of film, which helped a lot. I would definitely recommend the Media Studies course to other people interested in a career in the creative industry. It was the right choice for me: the standard of teaching was good and we covered the subjects I’m most interested in.