Published on August 22, 2022

When Mante applied for her Level 3 Diploma in Computing, Networking & Computer Game Design at North Hertfordshire College, she knew that the course would give her the opportunity to explore new skills and learn new things about computing. Now that she’s reached the end of her course, Mante is leaving NHC with a strong portfolio of skills and an apprenticeship lined up with Computacentre – pretty impressive, right? 

Find out more about Mante’s NHC journey in her interview below: 

Why did you choose to study at NHC? 

“I liked the location of the College, and I liked that the course involved a large variety of different topics. I wanted to expand my skills and learn new things, and the Level 3 Diploma in Computing, Networking & Computer Game Design gave me the perfect opportunity to do that.” 

What was the most interesting part of your course? 

“I’ve enjoyed learning new technical skills, like networking. I was surprised by just how broad the subject really is when I started studying it at the College, there were so many new skills to learn. I’m glad I came to the College for this course, it’s provided me with opportunities that I wouldn’t have had otherwise or wouldn’t have heard of.” 

What are your next steps after you finish your course? 

“Now that I’ve finished my course, I’m going to be starting an apprenticeship at Computacentre. It’s a Business Administrator role, and I’m looking forward to getting stuck in. In five years’ time, I hope to have progressed within my role and still be using and developing the technical skills I learnt during my time with NHC.” 

If you could speak to someone who’s thinking of joining a course at NHC, what would you say to them? 

“North Hertfordshire College is very different to school. It provides you with more opportunities to be in control of your work and your own progress.” 


Want to follow in Mante’s footsteps? Why not check out North Hertfordshire College’s Computing, Networking & Design courses, and start the journey towards your future?