About the apprenticeship
Install and maintain computer hardware, clients, laptops, audio/visual equipment and specialist equipment within phases.
Maintain an up to date inventory of ICT equipment, and ensure cleanliness of equipment.
Assist with the expansion of the school network infrastructure including switches, cabling and wireless network equipment. Routine administration including data backups
Software installation, maintenance and upgrading in line with the school development plan
Administration of Internet, HwB, , including learning platforms.
To support staff and students with the use of ICT including preparation of booklets and online support, and assisting with inset training where appropriate.
To support staff and students with the set-up and preparation of ICT equipment around the school.
Report any detected breach of the school's ICT acceptable use policy to the ICT Network Manager.
The Apprentice ICT Technician is an important part of St Christopher's School. The school is increasingly dependent on its ICT systems working properly and efficiently especially as we plan for a new build. A proactive and planned approach is essential to ensure the ICT infrastructure enables the school to work to optimum effect.
Good level of literacy and numeracy
Working in the Education sector
Experience of installing and maintaining PC hardware and software
Experience of Microsoft operating systems and Office packages
Experience of supporting end users
Experience of using and preparing audio/visual equipment
The appetite to make a contribution to the lives of the students, parents and the community that the school will support
Awareness of the latest developments and innovations in ICT, including national curriculum developments / recommendations
5 GCSE's including English and Maths
A'level or equivalent in Information Technology subject area
Welsh Spoken Skills: No Welsh Written Skills: No
Level 2 IT
About the employer
St Christophers School St Christophers School
No, we are not part of the Disability Confident Scheme from the UK Department for Work and Pensions.
Please note that all apprenticeships are open to everyone. However, some organisations have worked to achieve Disability Confident accreditation. You should always apply for the apprenticeship you feel best suited to.
TBC interview / task to be completed at School