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I'm thinking of going to either one of these to study level 3 Computing courses they offer. I was wondering which one of these courses is better for someone looking to progress into IT further. I'm also looking for any further suggestions for nearby colleges and their IT courses

https://www.blackburn.ac.uk/course/l...loma/CN703D-Y1

https://www.runshaw.ac.uk/course/lev...computing-ict/
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I would personally say the one at Blackburn college is better of those 2 - https://www.blackburn.ac.uk/course/l...loma/CN703D-Y1

But have you also considered doing a level 3 IT apprenticeship? You'd work towards a qualification like that, get real world experience and likely also pick up a few more industry relevant qualifications such as microsoft certifications or linux based ones.
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I would personally say the one at Blackburn college is better of those 2 - https://www.blackburn.ac.uk/course/l...loma/CN703D-Y1

But have you also considered doing a level 3 IT apprenticeship? You'd work towards a qualification like that, get real world experience and likely also pick up a few more industry relevant qualifications such as microsoft certifications or linux based ones.
Guess i've been a bit afraid of doing an IT apprenticeship cause i'm considering going to Uni, though the prospective of gaining certification does sound good
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