The Ordinary Diploma in Information and Communication Technology (National Technical Award - NTA Level 6) programme aims at preparing a person who is able to develop, manage
and supervise information systems using state of art technologies and apply knowledge and skills in solving business related problems.
The objective of the Ordinary Diploma in Information and Communication Technology (National Technical Award - NTA Level 6) programme is to prepare a person who is able to
perform operations related to computer information systems, configuration of network and hardware, create interactive websites, support end user applications and demonstrate entrepreneurship skills.
Competence Level Description
The holder of the qualification will be able to apply skills and knowledge in a broad range of work activities, most of which are non-routine.
Completion of Semester 1 and 2 will give the student NTA Level 5 qualification
Completion of Semester 1, 2, 3 and 4 will give the student NTA Level 6 qualification
The minimum entry level for Ordinary Diploma in Information and Communication Technology (NTA Level 6) programme shall be
- Possession of Basic Technician Certificate (NTA Level 4) in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) related fields or its equivalence established by NACTE;
- Possession of at least one subsidiary and one principle pass at A-Level excluding non-religious subjects or its equivalence set by NECTA.
4 Semesters to be covered in 2 years.