Having relevant digital skills will enable you to progress into a wide variety of job roles and sectors, so opting to study digital technologies can open many doors.
Unlock your potential, open your eyes to the opportunities available in this region and develop the skills and knowledge employers value across different sectors.
The Humber has a thriving digital economy and is building a reputation for digital innovation and creativity across the UK and worldwide.
You can expect to be taught by tutors with recent industry experience, they come from diverse backgrounds and use their sector knowledge to deliver training that helps give you a head start in your career.
A variety of sectors need individuals with knowledge of computing, technical competence and the creative flair to support content creation. You can develop all of these skills and more here at North Lindsey College.
Employers really value the chance to recruit from College as we can recommend and support our students into great apprenticeship opportunities. So you can apply direct to an apprenticeship vacancy or come to College as a student and apply whilst you are studying with us.
We have close links with local employers that may require apprentices. We advertise vacancies on the College website as well as on the Gov.UK Apprenticeships website.
The average Information Technology (IT) salary is £49,625. Working in Information Technology (IT) you can earn between £23,000 and £99,999.
The average Marketing salary is £40,769. Working in Marketing you can earn between £22,500 and £77,878.
(Sources: Reed Salary Guide, and Check-a-Salary)
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