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Digital Business Services Pathway
Technical Occupations Higher Technical Occupations Professional Occupations
Skilled occupations that a college leaver or an apprentice would be entering. Typically require qualifications at levels 2/3 Require more knowledge and skills acquired through experience in the workplace or further technical education. Typically require qualifications at levels 4/5 Occupations where there is a clear career progression from higher technical occupations, as well as occupations where a degree apprenticeship exists
Data Analyst Technician
Source, format and present data securely in a relevant way for analysis using basic methods.
Data Analyst Advanced Technician
Collect, organise and analyse data to provide business insights using extensive knowledge of data solutions, database systems and analytical tools
Business Information Professional
Provide and implement data technology enabled solutions to support internal and external customers.
Digital Solutions Technician
Creating, editing, posting and updating content including e-commerce content, product information, and descriptions.
Digital Content Administrator
Digital Solutions Advanced Technician
Facilitate and instigate direct communication online between the end user or customer and the organisation, implementing communication strategies to support business objectives.
Digital Content Manager
Digital Solutions Professional
Provide and implement technology enabled solutions to internal and external customers
Cyber Security Technical Specialist
Data Analytics Specialist
Digital Business & Enterprise Systems Architecture Specialist
IT / Digital Futures Management Specialist
IT Business Analysis Specialist
IT Operations Management Specialist
IT Project Management Specialist
IT Strategy Specialist
Network Engineering Specialist
Software Engineering Specialist
System Test & Assurance Specialist
Business Analyst
Cyber Security Specialist
Data Analyst
IT Consultant
Network Engineer
Software Engineer
Digital Production, Design and Development Pathway
Technical Occupations Higher Technical Occupations Professional Occupations
Skilled occupations that a college leaver or an apprentice would be entering. Typically require qualifications at levels 2/3 Require more knowledge and skills acquired through experience in the workplace or further technical education. Typically require qualifications at levels 4/5 Occupations where there is a clear career progression from higher technical occupations, as well as occupations where a degree apprenticeship exists
Software Development Technician
Build simple software components (web, mobile, desktop applications) as a part of larger software development project. Interpret simple design requirements and testing to ensure components meet their intended functionality
Digital Front End Developer
Software Development Advanced Technician
Build and test simple, high quality codes across various layers (front end, logic and database) and interpret design documents and specifications
Digital User Experience
Games Designer
Gaming Audio Engineer
Video Games Quality Assurance Technician
Software Development Professional
Software engineering covering modelling, simulation, human factors, systems engineering and influences upon product architecture throughout the whole product lifecycle
Digital Support and Services Pathway
Technical Occupations Higher Technical Occupations Professional Occupations
Skilled occupations that a college leaver or an apprentice would be entering. Typically require qualifications at levels 2/3 Require more knowledge and skills acquired through experience in the workplace or further technical education. Typically require qualifications at levels 4/5 Occupations where there is a clear career progression from higher technical occupations, as well as occupations where a degree apprenticeship exists
IT Support and Services Technician
Help internal and external customers to install and use IT technology along with trouble - shooting their problems. Skills are developed across IT security and data management
Cyber Security Technician
Detect security breaches and respond using alerts from automated tools to determine breach status and resolution working with the incident response team. Extended skills allow hazards, risks and controls to be managed
Cyber Security Professional
Provide and implement cyber security technology enabled solutions for internal and external customers
Hardware, Networks and Infrastructure Technician
Design, install, maintain and support communication networks. Knowledge extends to network configuration, cloud, network administration and monitoring tools. Provides advice and guidance to internal and external customers
IT Systems Technician
Co-ordinate systems development tasks including the design, integration and formal testing, oversees transition into production
Computer Systems Analyst