Do I need A-LEVELS in ICT to be an IT TechnicianWatch
It does offer computer science but it is considered a challenge which requires a few more A's than I have as I have mostly B's. But if I get more A's what would you recommend?
You should either take maths or compsci then, or both. I'm pretty sure you can become a technician with compsci/maths, but i'm probably the person you shouldn't ask.
A-levels in ICT are completely different from the duties of an IT technician. I don't think technicians learn about input/output devices for the 10th time and work in MS word/excel/access. Take Computer Science, it has most of the ICT syllabus in it but has more detailed and useful theoretical component with an actually useful practical one too.