E-Commerce Toolbox teachers guide
Suggestions and support for facilitation has been provided in the section “Facilitation guide”.
Structure of the Toolbox
The Toolbox covers the following training package:
ICA50605Diploma of Information Technology (Web Development)
The Diploma consists of nine common core units, seven specialist units, and five electives, three of which are currently available in this Toolbox.
Common core units
These core units, which are common to the majority of IT Diplomas, are:
PSPPM502BManage complex projects
ICAA5151AGather data to identify business requirements
ICAA5158ATranslate the business needs into technical requirements
ICAA5054AValidate quality and completeness of design
ICAP5039AMatch the IT needs with the strategic direction of the enterprise
BSBPM505AManage project quality
ICAS5202AEnsure privacy for users
(Note – this can also relate to business analysis and planning)
ICAA5056APrepare disaster recovery/contingency plans
ICAS5102AEstablish and maintain client user liaison
(Note – this is post-implementation support)
Specialist website units
ICAA5146ADevelop website information architecture
ICAB5165ACreate dynamic pages
ICAA5141ADesign dynamic websites to meet technical requirements
ICAB5180AIntegrate a database with a website
ICAT5083ADevelop and conduct client acceptance test
ICAU5208AUse site server tools for transaction management
ICAT5081APerform systems test
ICAI5212AImplement quality assurance processes for websites
ICAA5139ADesign a database
ICAB5068ABuild using RAD
Project based approach
The Toolbox is organised around three projects, which have been based on discussions with industry content specialists. The learner will be expected to take on the role of project manager for each project.
A project based methodology has the following benefits:
Contextualised, authentic learning.
Discussions with people working in related industry areas suggest that work is commonly managed and assigned around projects.
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