Software Development Technician
A Software Development Technician typically works as part of a software development team, who builds simple software components (whether web, mobile or desktop applications) to be used by other members of the team as part of larger software development projects. They will interpret simple design requirements for discrete components of the project under supervision. The approach will typically include implementing code, which other team members have developed, to produce the required component. The Software Development Technician will also be engaged in testing that the specific component meets its intended functionality.
On programme support
- Dedicated Remit digital skills trainers
- EP (electronic portfolio)
We work with our employer partners to take the cost of delivering the relevant qualifications, combined with the relevant funding to provide a cost-effective solution with a demonstrable return on investment.
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The assessment includes all the requirements of the standard, including, competencies, knowledge and behaviours. It takes place in the final few months of the apprenticeship, using four assessment methods:
- Summative portfolio
- Synoptic project
- Employer reference
The use of a variety of assessment methods in the final end point assessment ensures that the assessment of each apprentice is based on their performance and reflects accurately the quality of their work and the application of skills, knowledge and behaviours specified in the standards. Taken together, these components of the final end point assessment build a cumulative picture of performance against the standard, enabling the independent assessor to make a holistic judgement about how well the apprentice meets or exceeds the standard.
Benefits to your organisation
- Our programmes are tailored to your organisation
- Our people become your people
- Reduce recruitment costs and develop new recruits
- Increase productivity and your bottom line
- Develop a skilled and motivated workforce
- Make hiring simpler and cheaper
- Flexibility for existing employees
- Fill your skills gaps