Digital Infrastructure Engineer 

Our apprentices gain hands-on experience in applying essential technical skills, transforming from software enthusiasts into junior software developer capable of designing, developing, testing, and deploying full-stack applications

Program overview

The curriculum combines hands-on experience with the theoretical knowledge needed to excel in IT environments. Apprentices learn to manage, maintain, and troubleshoot various hardware components and systems, ensuring they are prepared to support their organisation’s IT infrastructure effectively. Our delivery model ensures that apprentices are aligned with the latest industry standards and technologies relevant to their roles.

Benefits & outcomes

  • Hardware Management and Support: Apprentices become proficient in building, managing, and supporting IT infrastructure, including hardware components, networks, and servers.
  • System Maintenance and Troubleshooting: They learn to apply their skills to maintain, troubleshoot, and optimise IT systems, ensuring optimal performance and reliability.
  • Specialisation Opportunities: Apprentices can focus on areas most relevant to their employer’s needs, such as cybersecurity, network management, or hardware support.
  • Real-World Projects: Participation in ongoing projects helps them apply their skills in practical scenarios, ensuring they are job-ready.
  • Project Portfolio: Apprentices build a comprehensive portfolio showcasing their skills and achievements in managing and optimising digital infrastructure and IT hardware support.
3 – 4
Level 3: 21 months
Level 4: 24 months
Digital Infrastructure Engineer Level 3 or 4 apprenticeship

Who’s it for?

Those looking to gain hands-on experience with real-world IT systems, hardware management, and infrastructure projects, this program provides the essential skills and knowledge needed to succeed as a digital infrastructure engineer.

Elegibility criteria

  • To have the right to work in the UK
  • Continuous residence in the UK or EEA for the past 3 years
  • At least a grade of 4/C in GCSE Maths and English (or equivalent)
  • No prior study of the course content (e.g. a degree in Networking, Computer Science, etc.)
  • The ability to demonstrate Level 3/4 learning outcomes through work experience
  • No enrollment in other qualifications during the apprenticeship
  • Passionate about IT