The students will also be able to demonstrate the skills learnt during the program and will have required soft skills to utilize the knowledge and skills about Computing and IT at the workplace.
The aim of the Diploma in Computing and IT qualification is to prepare students for a rewarding and successful career in the Computing and IT Industry by preparing students with the theory, knowledge, industry skills, technology, and professionalism essential to take the first step and subsequently transition into the workplace or the prospect to pursue their higher studies.
Upon completion of the course, the students will be well versed in the Computing industry and will be able to work independently and even supervise to some extent in the area of Software development, database design, using Python for programming, web designing, computer networking, using agile for software development, web development through the use of Django and API. The students will also be able to demonstrate the skills learned during the program and will have the required soft skills to utilize the knowledge and skills about Computing and IT in the workplace.
|Programme||SCQF Level||SCQF Credit Point||EQF Level|
|Diploma in Computing and IT||7||134||5|
|Diploma in Animation||7||124||5|
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This international bench-marking will offer additional value and career progression to our students.
You may now be interested in knowing:
1. What is Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA)?
SQA is not for profit Government Sponsored agency accountable to the Scottish Government and sits at the heart of Scotland’s world-renowned education system. SQA has over 100 years of experience in developing qualifications and qualification systems across the globe. LCCI GQ is the first and only institution from Nepal to be approved by SQA.
2. What is the Scottish Credit & Qualifications Framework (SCQF)?
SCQF is a globally recognized national qualifications framework in the UK and is managed by the Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework Partnership. In order to be on the SCQF, LCCI Global Qualifications have gone through a rigorous and quality-assured process of ‘credit rating’.
The SCQF Partnership includes members from the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA), College Development Network, the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA), and Universities Scotland.
3. What are SCQF Credit and SCQF Level?
Through the credit rating process, LCCI Global Qualifications have received SCQF credit points, which show how much learning has been achieved, and an SCQF level which shows how demanding the learning is.
4. What is European Qualifications Framework (EQF)?
EQF is a European-wide qualifications framework that joins the qualifications of different European countries. LCCI GQ qualifications are benchmarked against the EQF, making it easier for European employers to compare LCCI GQ programmes against their own framework.
5. How can I verify the recognition of LCCI Global Qualifications programme?
Only qualifications that are SCQF credit-rated are listed on the SCQF database. You can use Weblink below and search by ‘LCCI Global Qualifications’ (as “Qualification Owner”) in order to verify the recognition of LCCI GQ programmes within the national qualifications framework of Scotland: scqf.org.uk/the-framework/search-database/
6. Can I apply for further education after successfully completing LCCI GQ IT programmes ?
Since LCCI GQ programs are benchmarked at SCQF and EQF, students have the opportunity to take lateral entry into bachelor's degrees at various foreign universities, subject to meeting their entry requirements. Students who are interested to apply must have successfully completed 10 + 2 (Higher Secondary Education) to obtain credit transfer opportunities. (Please note, LCCI GQ does not claim any academic equivalency of any of its programs in Nepal’s context)
For more details contact BD@LCCCIGQ.COM – 9801185416 or 9801161113