Job roles in IT
A Computer Technician would deal with any problems a computer may have, physical such as hardware problems, software such as problems within the Operating System.
NCFE qualification ITQ (for basic skills)
City and Guilds certificate for IT practitioners Level 1 (for basic skills)
City and Guilds certificate for IT practitioners Level 2 (slightly more advanced skills)
City and Guilds certificate for IT practitioners Level 3 (advanced skills)
OCR diploma for IT practitioners (for advanced skills)
Depending on the company a level 1 support technician earns £15,000, A level 2 support technician would earn £20,000 and level 3 would earn £25,000.
Reference: <http://www.brokencomputers.co.uk/qualifications.php> [accessed 17/09/2012]
A web designer will have to deal with customers, tweaking websites made or making a design template for the customer.
Portfolio of designs made
Needs to know HTML(Hyper Text Mark up Language)
Also needs to know CSS(cascading style sheets)
£25,000 to £35,000 on average.
A network manager would need to manage the routers and servers designated to the company that employs them.
City & Guilds Higher Professional Diploma for IT Practitioners
OCR Higher Level award for IT professionals
BTEC/HND in Computing and NVQs for IT professionals
A level designer is in charge of the designed levels for games that are currently being developed.
Reference: <http://www.creativeskillset.org/games/careers/article_4736_1.asp>[accessed 17/09/2012]
Software developers make software for companys.
A software developer earns £20,000 – £40,000.
Degree in computer programming
My dream job is a web designer, A web designer averagely gets £25,000 to £35,000 annually. A web designer needs certain skills, these are: HTML, CSS, Photoshop, SQL, ASP / PHP, Macromedia Development Packages, Flash.
Note: not all of these qualifications are needed but preferred.
references: http://EzineArticles.com/569672 [accessed 24/09/12]