Why study a BCS course?
The reasons to pursue a BCS qualification are many. For most people, however, the motivation lies in wanting to secure their career and make sure they’re taking advantage of every opportunity there is to improve their prospects. Given the fact that the BCS currently boasts 68,000 members in 150 countries and represents a sizeable community of business leaders, educators and policy-makers, those people are right on the money. The prestige and connections enjoyed by the BCS and its more distinguished members become yours for the taking (and reaping the benefits of) as you commit to a course and become a member yourself.
Created in collaboration with a diverse set of professionals and industry leaders, BCS courses also cover every base in ensuring their students walk away with a significant competitive advantage upon completion. So, whether you’re after a career in computer science, project management or business analysis, the skills and knowledge offered as part of BCS certification will go a long way in helping you become an expert of your chosen field. Not only are the courses flexible and endorsed by industry leaders, but they’re also globally recognised, Ofqual-approved and guaranteed to give you a leg-up in today’s labour market.
What jobs can I do?
Seeing as BCS qualifications cover a number of different fields and are tailored to professionals of several disciplines, there is consequently a variety of different career paths they could lead you to, for example:
- Network Engineer
- IT Support Analyst
- IT Manager
- Computer Scientist
- Computer Engineer
- Software Tester
- Business Analyst
- Technical Business Analyst
- Project Leader
- Project Manager
What courses does the BCS offer?
- BCS Certificate in Computer Science
- BCS Certificate in IT
- IT and Project Management course
- Accredited ISTQB Software Testing Foundation course
- Business Analysis Foundation course
- Business Analysis and PMP Training course
- Business Improvement Consultant Training course