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The New Extended Certificate in Computing

It is with great excitement that we announce that Assurability CIC will be delivering three Units (210 Guided Learning Hours) of the BTEC Extended Certificate in Computing.
  • Unit 07 - IT Systems Security and Encryption
Unit 20 - Managing and Supporting Systems

Unit 22 - Systems Analysis and Design

These units will be delivered over 6 hours, one day a week over 35 weeks, using Hertfordshire Alternative Provision Contracts.

These Systems-based Units form mandatory or optional units for The Extended Certificate, The Foundational Diploma and The Extended Diploma.

You may contact us, as normal, using the AssurabilityCIC@gmail.com email address

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