找一份灵活的工作, 多种多样的, 令人兴奋的, 前景广阔, and can offer you a great environment to work in?
没有哪两天是完全一样的, it’s one of the fastest growing industries in Scotland and 担保 you’ll be trained for a job of the future.
You don’t always need a degree to get an opportunity in the tech sector, complete our online 12 week course to help you gain access to one of over 13,每年有1000个职位空缺.
Places on this course are fully funded via the Digital Start Fund.
We are offering eligible individuals the chance to undertake 两个 SCQF Level 9 modules with a 网络安全 focus 在一个 12 week period online and you can complete them with 对你的通用信用没有影响. 顺利通过本课程 担保 you an interview upon completion, arranged by ScotlandIS.
This course consists of 两个 undergraduate 20 credit modules, 网络安全 and 网络与信息安全, and prepares you for employment by developing your knowledge and skills in these 两个 areas:
This module prepares candidates for effectively researching and evaluating current threats, analysing and mitigating cyber security risks, and providing a comprehensive report describing how threats can be mitigated. Candidates will gain a theoretical and practical understanding of modern 网络安全 issues, as well as the ethical and legal considerations involved in them, and be able to suggest sensible strategies to mitigate those risks.
This module prepares candidates for critically evaluating and analysing the ne两个rk and information security weaknesses of an organisation; producing ne两个rk diagram designs and an appropriate addressing scheme,and providing a comprehensive 网络与信息安全 Policy for an organisation.
Candidates will gain an understanding of typical 网络与信息安全 weaknesses and have an appropriate knowledge of current Information Security Standards to create a Ne两个rk & 资讯保安政策. Candidates will achieve an appreciation and awareness of the appropriate application of modern Ne两个rk Security Devices.
This course is designed for people looking to develop their skills in 网络安全, with either:
- a qualification at Level 8 or above (HND, DipHE, or degree) in a STEM discipline
- or a HNC in a STEM discipline with relevant work experience (requires academic decision panel)
- or demonstrable relevant experience that passes a panel assessment
All elements of the course will be completed online, so it is essential that you have regular access to a laptop or desktop computer as well as reliable broadband with streaming capacity.
Delivery will be flexible to enable you to study whenever and wherever is convenient but the expected length of the course is 10 teaching weeks (12 weeks in total) of virtual lectures, 活动, 独立研究和评估, with a maximum of 两个 attempts to successfully complete each module.
I’ve never studied online before, will there be help?
你不会孤单的, with module leaders on hand to offer academic support as well as pre recorded lectures and plenty of online materials, as well as a ScotlandIS representative to help support you through your studies.
If you are in receipt of Universal Credit or other income related benefits and live in Scotland, 你几乎肯定符合条件. 详细信息请阅读下面的内容.
- have not completed any further or higher study in the last 12 months
- receive universal credit OR be considered low income employed or low skilled employed
- 面对障碍(财务), 社会, etc) to accessing existing upskilling and retraining opportunities for a future career in digital technologies.
You must be in receipt of Universal Credit and live in Scotland having not completed qualifications at SCQF Level 6 or above in the last 12 months.
You must meet 两个 of the European Employability Barriers
Please note that of you are currently in employment you must be considered as low income employed (this means your total pay is £16,100 or less per year).
You can see some of these barriers below. 这个清单并不详尽，但是 完整的名单可以在这里找到. If you’re unsure please get in touch with us on email 尼古拉.taylor@scotlandis.来吧，我们会告诉你的.
People who have completed college or university provision at SCQF6 or above within the past calendar year will not be eligible. Being in receipt of certain types of benefits will preclude any of the employability barriers from applying. 如果您不确定，请联系 尼古拉.email@example.com
The course will start on the 19th October 2020