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    5 full days

Course Description

The CASP+ Certification Course is primarily tailored for IT professionals seeking to enhance their cybersecurity skills and knowledge. This includes but is not limited to, Network Security Engineers, Security Architects, Security Analysts, IT Managers, IT Directors, and Network Administrators.

However, it's also well-suited for any professional looking to delve deeper into the realms of cybersecurity or seeking to validate their existing knowledge.

If you're dedicated to advancing your career in the IT field, particularly cybersecurity, and value real-world skills and hands-on expertise, this course is indeed an excellent choice.

Entry Criteria

A minimum of ten years of general hands-on IT experience, with at least five years of broad hands-on security experience.


Delivered Online as Virtual Classroom

This course is delivered by our partner, eCareers


Official Exams which are online proctored


Upon completion of the CASP+ certification, you can take on a variety of advanced cybersecurity roles.

Here are a few potential opportunities, along with their average UK salary figures from the leading job site,

  • Cyber Security Analyst: A Cyber Security Analyst is responsible for maintaining the security and integrity of data. The average salary in the UK is £62,500.
  • Information Security Manager: An Information Security Manager establishes and enforces security policies to protect information systems and data. The average salary for this role in the UK is approximately £65,000.
  • Network Security Engineer: A Network Security Engineer focuses on the design, implementation, and troubleshooting of secure network solutions. The average salary in the UK is £57,500.
  • Security Architect: A Security Architect designs robust security systems to prevent security breaches. The average UK salary is around £75,000.
  • Chief Information Security Officer (CISO): A CISO is a top-level executive responsible for an organisation's information and data security. In the UK, the average salary for a CISO is £120,000.

Kindly note, salaries can vary significantly based on experience, location, and company size.

However, possessing a CASP+ certification can substantially enhance your employment prospects and earning potential in these roles.

Other details

Course type: Part-time Courses

Level: 3

Programme Area:

  • Personal Learning Account
  • Computing, Digital Technologies and Games Development

Computing, Digital Technologies and Games Development

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Computing, Digital Technologies and Games Development

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