What is a flexible ITQ?

Why choose a flexible ITQ?

BCS ITQs are nationally recognised qualifications, which provide the skills needed to enhance learners’ employability and enable them to benefit from IT and online services.

Sizes and levels

ITQs are available in various sizes and levels to meet your needs.

Rules of combination

Each qualification is achieved by meeting the minimum number of credits and other criteria. 

Qualifications builder

To help you create a tailored ITQ, we have created an innovative tool which will guide you through building the qualification you want.

Recommended combinations

If you’d like advice on recommended combinations, please contact one of our advisors on 01793 417445 or email bcssales@bcs.uk.

ITQ progression routes

The flexibility of ITQs encourages progression by recognising small steps of achievement and enabling your learners to build on their existing skills.

Progression can be demonstrated either by increasing the number of units and working towards a larger qualification:

  • Award 
  • Certificate

or by developing skills at a higher level:

  • Level 1
  • Level 2
  • Level 3
Qualification withdrawal
Please note that following a review of our qualifications portfolio, we will be withdrawing some of our qualifications between now and December 2018. Please click on the link below for information on the full list of qualifications that we are withdrawing. If you have any questions regarding the qualifications that are being withdrawn, then we are happy to discuss it with you. Full contact details can also be found by clicking the link.
Changes to our qualifications portfolio

Brochure

ITQ brochureFlexible learning
Relevant skills
 
ITQs from BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT.
 
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Qualifications Builder

To help you create a tailored ITQ, we have created an innovative tool which will guide you through building the qualification you want. Find out more

Accessibility

BCS seeks to provide equal access to assessment for all candidates.
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