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Route A Applied ICT Certificate in Digital Applications. An introduction. “We have to ensure these ‘ screenagers ’ are going to be active participants, not just passive recipients”. Dame Enid Bibby , Headteacher at Wood Green School

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Route A Applied ICT

Certificate in Digital Applications

An introduction

“We have to ensure these ‘screenagers’ are going to be active participants, not just passive recipients”.

Dame Enid Bibby, Headteacher at Wood Green School

New media is playing an increasingly important role in our everyday lives, skills in digital applications lead to a range of career options.

So what is it all about?


  • The qualification focuses on the practical application of digital technology including:

    • web design;

    • graphic design;

    • game development;

    • podcasting;

    • animation…


  • To develop your ability to select and use digital applications appropriately and produce high quality work; 

  • To enhance creativity and communication; 

  • To equip you with some of the skills that you will need in the workplace or in further education or training;

  • To develop time management and planning skills; 

  • To encourage you to reflect critically

Units may include
Units may include...

  • Unit 1 – Using digital tools

  • We live in an age of information overload – TV, radio, instant messaging, text-messaging, web and e-mail, mobile phones, video, DVD and CD – to say nothing of newspapers, magazines and face-to-face conversations.

  • How do we manage all of the information we receive – and how do we judge its usefulness?

  • How can we present it clearly and effectively so it communicates the message we want to convey?

Units may include1
Units may include...

  • Unit 2 : Creative Multimedia

  • This unit will help you to design and produce your own multimedia applications, as well as take a critical look at multimedia in the world around you.

  • You’ll learn how to create your own multimedia products – music, images or photographs, for example - and then manage the process of putting them together to create something new.

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