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    Hi, i'm just after finishing year 11 and I wanted to do an apprenticeship in I.T
    I was just wondering, if i should do a level 2 or a level 3 a apprenticeship.

    I currently have no experience, qualification or gcse's in I.T at all.
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    (Original post by MarcosC)
    Hi, i'm just after finishing year 11 and I wanted to do an apprenticeship in I.T
    I was just wondering, if i should do a level 2 or a level 3 a apprenticeship.

    I currently have no experience, qualification or gcse's in I.T at all.
    Look around at different companies and see what they require. If you'll hit their requirements for level 2, opt for that one but if you can stretch to the level 3 then by all means go for it! There are plenty of details on various websites depending on the companies/colleges you are looking at, so see what you prefer
 
 
 

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