Administration and IT

Why should I study administration and IT?

There is a demand for staff with advanced administration and IT skills, and good opportunities for those wanting to enter the profession. The average annual salary in Scotland for an office manager is over £28,000. Specialist administrators earn over £23,000 a year.

All our administration and IT courses also offer a direct route to university study for those looking to gain a degree level qualification.

Within your role you would run an organised and efficient office so your colleagues can get their work done.

You could work anywhere from a small business to a large employer such as the Civil Service or NHS.

What jobs can I get in this area?

You can get a senior administrative role in business, events, finance, healthcare, human resources, hospitality, IT, marketing, retail, and the voluntary and public sectors.

Graduates of HND Administration and IT are eligible for ‘member’ grade of the Institute of Administrative Management (MInstAM). More information on the Institute of Administrative Management website.

How are the courses taught?

You’ll learn through work placement, groupwork, lectures, industry visits and guest speakers.

You’ll be taught by people with extensive experience of the industry, and get the chance to go on industry visits and hear from guest speakers.

What courses does the college offer?

We offer a range of administration and IT courses. All our courses prepare you for employment in industry or for further training or qualifications.

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