Course Overview This Artificial Intelligence (AI) course will give you a state-of-the-art understanding of AI and develop the highly practical skills and expertise required to develop the construction of AI systems, including those that integrate multiple modalities. This course will give you the creativity to develop AI solutions to real-world problems, as well as softer employability skills such as being able to communicate complex, technical information to non-technical stakeholders. Key Features’ The AI course will equip you with the skills to solve real-world problems whilst also offering you the chance to gain valuable industry experience which, in an ever-increasingly competitive graduate job market, will set you apart from the rest. Throughout the course, you will have access to modern technology and software, as well as expert guidance from experienced industry professionals. You will also work on practical projects that demonstrate your understanding of AI concepts and showcase your ability to develop innovative solutions. Upon successful completion of the course, you will be awarded the Pearson BTEC Level 4 Higher National Certificate in Digital Technologies (Artificial Intelligence (AI) Solutions and Applications), which is recognised by employers and academic institutions worldwide. Course Content Unit 1: Professional Practice in the Digital Economy Unit 2: Innovation & Digital Transformation Unit 3: Cyber Security Unit 4: Programming Unit 5: Big Data & Visualisation Unit 7: Cloud Fundamentals Unit 11: Software Development Lifecycles Unit 15: Fundamentals of Artificial Intelligence (AI) & Intelligent Systems Entry Requirements Entry requirements for Artificial Intelligence Solutions and Applications is 32 UCAS Tariff points. Acceptable qualifications include a minimum of one A Level or an equivalent Level 3 qualification, preferably gained in a digital IT related industry. Minimum of four GCSE’s at grade C/4 or above Mature applicants with other qualifications or non-formal qualifications are welcome to apply. If you are over 21 years of age, you will be assessed on an individual basis and may be asked to complete a short task to demonstrate the required level of knowledge to meet the demands of the course. All applicants are required to attend an interview with the course tutors, where course requirements and current skills will be discussed and explored to ascertain suitability. If you have any questions about entry requirements, please contact the Higher Education department on [email protected] Careers Upon completion of the Artificial Intelligence Solutions and Applications course, you can choose a career as: Data analyst AI developer Machine learning engineer AI (Software) Engineer AI Researcher Machine Learning Engineer Business Intelligence Developer Data Engineer AI solution architect. Computational Statistician These roles are in high demand across various industries, including healthcare, finance, cybersecurity and more.
Unit 1: Professional Practice in the Digital Economy Unit 2: Innovation & Digital Transformation Unit 3: Cyber Security Unit 4: Programming Unit 5: Big Data & Visualisation Unit 7: Cloud Fundamentals Unit 11: Software Development Lifecycles Unit 15: Fundamentals of Artificial Intelligence (AI) & Intelligent Systems
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