It’s for jobseekers who want to upskill themselves to be able to perform the day-to-day digital tasks required in the modern workplace.
Regards of the sector, whether it’s manufacturing, retail, education, hospitality, care or transport, the skills you develop during the course will help you improve your all-round productivity when you find work.
Being able to display to employers that you’re able to use digital technologies in the workplace is a huge advantage when applying for jobs. Even if you’ve been digitally literate for a while but lack the formal qualifications, simply by having a Level 2 in IT on your CV will tell people immediately that you know your stuff.
Quite often Level 2 qualifications are the minimum requirements in job, apprenticeship and university applications, so it really does pay to get it under your belt if you’re thinking of building on your existing skillset or applying for a job that require further training.