E-Commerce Toolbox teachers guide
Projects provide opportunities for higher level skills appropriate at the diploma level.
Provides reinforcement of higher level concepts and skills such as project management and systems analysis by applying these skills on each project.
Provides the opportunity to integrate analytical, generic, and technical skills to a complex and realistic situation.
The projects and units of competency
There are three projects associated with the Diploma of Web Development. On completion the learner will have met all the objectives of the nine core and seven specialist units.
The projects area provides a summary of all the projects. Each project is divided into a number of stages with each stage representing one unit of competency. Associated with each project stage is a resource pack.
Website project 1 – Bazaar Ceramics website
PSPPM502BManage complex projects
ICAA5151AGather data to identify business requirements
ICAA5158ATranslate the business needs into technical requirements
ICAA5141ADesign dynamic websites to meet technical requirements
ICAA5146ADevelop website information architecture
ICAB5165ACreate dynamic pages
ICAA5054AValidate quality and completeness of design
Website project 2 – Bazaar Ceramics e-commerce website
ICAP5039AMatch the IT needs with the strategic direction of the enterprise
ICAS5202AEnsure privacy for users
ICAB5180AIntegrate a database with a website
ICAT5083ADevelop and conduct client acceptance test
ICAS5102AEstablish and maintain client user liaison
Website project 3 - Website performance
ICAA5056APrepare disaster recovery/contingency plans
ICAT5081APerform systems test
ICAU5208AUse site server tools for transaction management
BSBPM505AManage project quality
A resource pack contains all resources necessary to develop the skills and knowledge to complete the related project stage. Importantly however, the resource pack is independent of the project and only contains formative assessments (the project is the summative assessment).
Resource packs contain resources such as discussion papers, tutorials, activities, and self‑checks to ensure the learner has opportunities to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to complete the project tasks.
A resource pack equates to one unit of competency.
Tools and resources
Several competencies require specialised tools and environments, although this Toolbox has been developed independent of specific tools, environments, and platforms. As an example:
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