Level 5 RQF

Web Application Development
for Further Education Colleges

Code Institute supports leading Further Education Colleges in the delivery of skills for employment


RQF Level 5 Diploma in Web Application
Development, Gateway Qualifications

Advanced Learner Loan scheme funding up to £5,421

98% Graduates employed within 1 year

Transforming Digital Education Together

Delivery Ready
Level 5 accreditation, train the trainer, excellent learner support package.
Advanced Learner Loan
Viable and sustainable with Advanced Learner Loan funding up to £5,421.
Quantifiable Outcomes
98% graduate employment provides robust destination data
Supported Learning
Round the clock 1:1 tutor support, community and career services
Regulated Qualification
Diploma in Web Application Development, Level 5 RQF, Gateway Qualifications & Code Institute
Career Opportunities
Excellent employment prospects with 90k unfilled tech vacancies per week.
Flexible Delivery Options:
100% Online

Your Online Campus

Technology, Data, People

Code Institute unifies people, data and technology to help colleges deliver this course. We work with you to put the learner centre-stage. Our assessment tool ensures you identify learners with the right aptitudes. Our technology provides classroom analytics to pinpoint learners needs and deliver human support. Our career team coaches and prepares learners and secures interviews for all graduates. We use our industry expertise to match your grads to careers where they will thrive.

Our Education Partners

Code Institute helps universities and colleges deliver technical skills and clear pathway to graduate employment.

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“We worked in collaboration with Code Institute to develop a regulated qualification that would upskill those already working in a website development role and also offer learners with no previous experience in programming a pathway to employment.”
Paul Saunders
Director of Business Development, Gateway Qualifications
“The ability to get it off the ground now far outweighs the potential advantages of creating a qualification like this under our own steam, as the resources needed and the time frame involved in developing the platform would be very considerable.”
Andrew Nicholson
Head of Digital Technologies at Newcastle College
“Colleges are deeply embedded in the local community, so they are key in bridging the digital divide and creating the skilled workforce local employers are looking for.”

Louise Aitken
Skills Lead, South East LEP
“It’s our job to open doors and we do that with weekly careers webinars where our hiring partners tell learners what the industry is looking for. This is a great opportunity for our students because these companies are recruiting directly.”

Jane Gormley
Director of Career Services, Code Institute

Speak to an Education Consultant

To discuss how your college can deliver the Level 5 Diploma in Web Application Development.